Your Potential Pusher
“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities.”
—Bob Nardelli, President and CEO of Home Depot
What does Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Warren Buffet (one of the richest men in the world), and Elvis Presley have in common? They have all used a coach or mentor to maximize their potential so they could achieve extraordinary results in life. Think about it: Every world-class athlete or athletic team has a coach. Every expert dancer has a dance instructor. Every movie star and best-selling author has an agent. Every singer has a voice instructor. Every great preacher has a spiritual father. Why shouldn’t every business owner, leader, pastor, and person have a business, leadership, or a life coach? Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods do not have several coaches because they have not achieved success, but because they want to continue to be the best. Have you ever felt like you should be further along in life by now? Well, you should be! What has been holding you back? Maybe you just need a coach to help you unlock your potential
and accelerate your destiny.
CONFIDENCE COACHING KEY:
A life coach will push you to maximize your potential. Confident people continually look for ways to improve themselves. You will never maximize your full potential in any area of life without the assistance of a personal life coach. You may think that you can improve on your own, and you will to a degree. However, you will not perform at your maximum potential. It is almost impossible to maximize and maintain your confidence all by yourself. My track coach that summer taught me the value and importance
that a coach adds to a person’s life potential. He revealed to me the potential I did not know was there. He pushed me beyond my selfimposed limit. Right now you may be highly successful, excellent at what you do, a notch above everyone else. However, without a personal coach pushing you along, you will never be as good as you could be.
CONFIDENCE COACHING KEY:
Wise people learn from their mistakes. Wiser people learn from the mistakes of others. The majority of business executives admit to having outside help when planning for their future success. They realize that there are two ways to learn: 1) By making mistakes, or 2) By having a mentor/coach. You can learn the hard way from your own experiences and mistakes or learn the easy way from other people’s experiences and mistakes.