Things To Remember:
Having a coach work with you toward your dreams and
goals can be like an angel sent to save you from
yourself. Many people settle for the SOS
complex. They are "Sick Of Struggling" but they do
nothing about it. Often a person comes to believe that's
just life. You try, you struggle, then you die.
You do not have to settle!
If nothing else, a good coach will remind you that you
have a choice and they will do so at a time you most
need to hear it. When you're caught up in the soap opera
of your life, you can easily forget realities that make
a difference. That's your coach's job to help you
Why do all winning athletes
have coaches? Because they can't do it alone.
Fundamental law of success in any part of life: we learn
how to make great things happen. We are not born great.
We develop greatness.
So to learn, you need a
teacher, a mentor, a coach. Left to our own
devices, few of us are able to develop our potential
into success. We can not teach ourselves what we do not
already know. To get better, we need coaching.
Do not limit yourself.
Coaching can be effective for anyone with the desire to
do more and better in any part of life: relationships,
work performance, school, career advancement, physical
health, or quality of lifestyle.
BulletProof Coaching is a process
of personal development that enables people to make
changes in their lives in such a way as to sustain those
changes once made. In simpler terms, how you
change determines not only where you end up but, most
importantly, whether or not you stay where you got. It's
easy to get successful. The hard part is staying
The BulletProof Coaching logo
shows a figure superimposed over a circle with seven
segments. That circle is the "Pie of Life"
and represents the areas of human need, which if
regularly met, keeps a person where they want to be in
life. Needy people are anxious people and not able to
manage ongoing success. The BulletProof approach not
only assists you to achieve your goals but to live a
higher quality of life as well.
With BulletProof Coaching you
||• Believe in
the worth and value of yourself as someone to be
• Use your "Emotional Intelligence" as much as
your other intelligences.
• Know how to sharpen your focus.
• See what you've not seen, try what you've not
• "Get the car out of the ditch and moving
again" as it were, rather than wasting time
wondering why it slid off the road in the first
• Learn the strategies you need to plan and
execute your plan for achievement and success.
Coaching is not counseling or therapy.
Your coach will not give you a diagnosis. Because of
that there is little stigma, if any, attached to having
a coach to work with you on desired goals. You will, as
a matter of fact, be of interest to your friends and
colleagues if you tell them you're getting coached. They
will respect you for having the wisdom to realize you
can't fully succeed by yourself. They will want to know
how the coaching works for you because they probably
want to try it themselves.
Be willing to follow the
suggestions your coach makes. Most good
coaches use questions to get you to consider new
possibilities and strategies rather than outright
telling you what to do. Keep your mind open.
Likewise, be willing to ask
questions yourself. Ask your coach what you
need to know to keep trusting him or her. Ask yourself
what is going on inside yourself when your coach makes a
suggestion or points out something you knew but forgot.
Coaching is a dialogue , a conversation between two
motivated individuals who have your success and best
interests at heart! Keep the dialogue going.