In today’s episode, we’ll talk about why you should hire a life coach and it can help you grow your business.
Today, I’m bringing Matt Laughlin. Matt is a personal, business, and relationship coach. Working with him is a generative, creative, and healing process. He doesn’t follow a set program. Instead, his coaching is shaped by who you are, what you hold dear to you, and what you seek to create or overcome.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- How did Matt switch from therapy to coaching?
- Does Matt find to get better results without the confines of the therapeutic license?
- Why should somebody work with a life coach as explained by Matt?
- How does somebody find a legitimate coach?
- The only real metric of whether you found the right coach is to examine the inner growth that unfolds in the coming months. What are the telltale signs that somebody is a good coach, as discussed by Matt?
- A good coach knows when to push and pull.
- How does Matt define life coaching?
- The four distinctions of coaching, as proposed by Matt.
- What are Matt’s thoughts on coaches who take the first distinction of coaching too far?
- What Matt found that seems to move the needle when it comes to business?
- Why do a lot of people get stuck into the trap of looking externally to produce results rather than starting to go inside themselves as discussed by Matt?
- What wisdom would Matt give his younger self that would help him collapse time and get results faster?
- If somebody will follow Matt’s advice, what possibilities will open for them?
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