Lessons I learned during my first year were many. I’ll try to summarize just a few. Coaching or guiding is about building a relationship of trust, tapping a person’s potential, creating commitment, executing goals. Trust, potential, commitment, and execution. Learned I had to one build trust to challenge paradigms three six strategic clarity for execute flawlessly five give effective feedback six tap into talent seven and move to the middle.
I would say that challenging their paradigms is one of the most difficult obstacles I have. Cuz these are deeply have views that color every aspect of a person’s thinking. Personal’s paradigms may or may not correspond to reality. And how do we as guides or coaches help them see the difference?
our paradigms can help or hurt us. They can limit us if they’re achieving our potential, thus becoming self-fulfilling prophecies! People afraid of failure interpret setbacks as confirmation that they are failures! Essentially their faulty paradigms become true.
We as guys or coaches can help people shift their paradigms by challenging them We have to use very inquisitive questions. And more questions, and more questions, and more questions, then we have to get a commitment from that person that they can and will change their behaviors.
simple motivation simply does not last. Behaviors have to change and that comes from a pure commitment. A commitment to change those behaviors. I was able to help them change these behaviors in a quicker way by the tools that the master key experience has laid out for us. This is an incredible experience that I truly believe everyone should be part of!
More to come…