On this Quick Tip Tuesday, I’ll define many different types of mentor and coaching opportunities — one-on-one, group, virtual, accountability, advisor, seminar, etc. — and how each, in their own way, can make a huge difference in accomplishing your goals! Whether you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or someone who wants to make money online… bringing a coach or mentor onto your team is quite often the game changer you’ve been looking for. After listening to this episode, you’ll understand the whys and hows!
You’ll find out…
- Why not all mentoring relationships are paid relationships
- The biggest difference between a coach and a mentor
- When you’re always guaranteed to experience a major return on investment re: coaching
- My personal thoughts as to why a mentoring relationship doesn’t require any obligation on the part of the mentor — with one major caveat
- What most coaching is designed to do
- Why you’re far more likely to follow through on your goals when you hire a coach
- Details behind Push Goal Coaching
- Why, generally speaking, the more accountability you want the more you have to invest
- The #1 thing to look for in a one-on-one coach
- The ideal type of coaching program for someone who’s just starting out
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