By Leanne Hoagland-Smith
Surf the web and you can find article after article about what it takes to become a successful coach or to have a successful coaching practice.
Yet with all this excellent information, being a successful coach still eludes many who have entered this still emerging profession.
Since successful coaches ask good questions, maybe now is the time to ask this question:
What does it take not to be a successful coach?
Sometimes in life it is easier to identify what doesn’t work than what does work. Having a successful coaching practice takes time, ingenuity, risk taking, experience and clarity of purpose.
When any small business person identifies the barrier to success, then he or she will be far more successful regardless of industry.
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