Self-Care Challenge (Day 282): Hiring a Coach

Two smiling ladies at an inspiring event

As a self-care coach myself, I understand the value that coaches bring to the table. They listen objectively, ask insightful questions to help us gain clarity around our desires, and help us design goals that achieve those desires. Whether your goals are related to health, relationships or business, working with an impartial third party can be the difference between thinking about what you want and actually doing something to make it a reality.

Just as doctors consult with other doctors, smart coaches also consult with other coaches.

Why? Because it works.

The things that may not be obvious to you often stick out like a sore thumb to an intuitive coach. Great coaches can hear the hidden message behind spoken words.

Equipped with a new perspective on my personality type, I realized that it was time for me to hire a coach of my own. I’ve made a great deal of progress toward my goals over the past year, but I need a little help with building and sustaining momentum.

Successful people understand that they can’t achieve their dreams alone; they need a tribe of supporters who are encouraging, motivating and inspiring.

Part of the reason it took me so long to get to this point is that choosing the right coach can be difficult. It’s important to find someone who fits your personality, and has a style that makes you feel both comfortable and challenged at the same time.

I’m excited to see what happens next!

Stacy Fisher-Gunn
Stacy Fisher-Gunn

I'm a Self-Care Coach, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, Author, and Founder of Living Upp. This community is a reflection of my desire to create an inspiring gathering place for people who want to explore self-care and live up to their fullest potential.

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