Oct 29

Episode #001 – The Value of Having a Professional Coach

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thumbnail spreakerSometimes life bogs you down until making simple decisions begins to feel like life-altering events. Do you ever want help wading through the struggles of everyday life? Do you want to be more productive at work and at home? A coach can help you find clarity within the chaos.

Those who use a personal coach are better able to go through life at their maximum potential. Don’t you deserve to unlock your potential and enjoy the best your life has to offer?

If you want to know more about finding clarity through daily stress and maximizing your productivity, then listen to this episode of Clarity Coach, where host Rockie Lee talks with author Dane Sanders, Founder of GoBe Collective, about the value of hiring a professional coach.

Transforming your life so you can be your most productive self is not easy. This interview offers an opportunity to explore the benefits of having a personal coach help you work toward your goals.

What Is a Professional Coach?

The episode kicks off with an introduction to Dane Sanders, host of Converge: The Business of Creativity Podcast and founder of GO Summit.

Then Dane explains what coaching is, how people have become more open to the idea of coaching, and what he strives for when helping his clients achieve their goals.

If something prevents you from being your most productive self, then the services of a personal coach can help you overcome that type of obstacle.

How Does Coaching Differ from Therapy?

Next Dane segues into comparing and contrasting how coaching differs from therapy. During the podcast he also addresses questions such as:

  • What could coaching help me overcome?
  • How could coaching impact my life?
  • What results can I expect from coaching?

Now ask yourself these two questions: Do you want to broaden your view to a deeper perspective about life? Do you want to have stronger relationships in your life and business? If you answered “Yes” to either or both questions, then you may enjoy the value of having a professional coach.

Why Don’t More People Use Personal Coaches?

Then Dane addresses some of people’s great fears or hindrances in having a personal coach.

Dane goes on to use his experiences in the industry to explain how all personal coaches are not created equal, and how coaches differ from consultants..

Having a personal coach at your side can help you find clarity in your life to improve your relationships. What’s keeping you from investing in the value of having a professional coach?

The episode wraps up with Dane offering a personal coaching tip for couples looking to strengthen their relationship.

Do You Want to Know More about Personal Coaching?

Do you want to know more about achieving clarity in your life? Are you ready to live life to your maximum potential? Listen to the entire podcast now, and then share your questions and comments below where we can discuss them together.

Rockie Leethumbnail spreaker

Rockie Lee is a Relationship Development Coach who helps both singles and couples find clarity in life, in relationships & in personal growth and improvement. Currently certified through Strategic Intervention, Rockie continues to train with Strategic Intervention Coaching. If you want to develop practical skills needed to move forward in life, please contact him using the information below.

Telephone Number: 778-883-7203
Website: https://claritycoach.ca/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VancouverClarityCoach
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ClarityCoachCA

Dane Sanders

Dane Sanders is the host of Converge: The Business of Creativity Podcast and founder of GO Summit. His keynotes, books, podcast, and coaching have helped hundreds of individuals transform their lives and businesses. If you are ready to achieve real results that transform your life, please contact him using the following information.

Telephone Number: 778.883.7203
Converge Summit: http://www.convergesummit.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followdane
Twitter: https://twitter.com/danesanders