What You Put Your Attention On Grows! - Lisa Schermerhorn
Athletes hire coaches. Why? Because they work! An Olympic athlete, a tennis or golf pro would never compete without a coach. Why would you make changes in your life on your own, when you could have someone cheering you on and making you better?
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What You Put Your Attention On Grows!

What you put your attention on grows! If you are unsure of what you want, you will always be in the state of uncertainty. If you are fearful of going to the next step, you will continue to attract reasons not to achieve your goal. There is a term, leap and the net will appear. In order to go to the next level you have to take that leap of faith. All successful people have taken great risks in their lives.

We all have blind spots. Have you ever had someone point out things that you didn’t know about yourself? It happens to all of us. What if you had someone to help encourage you, point out the blind spot and give you tools to reach your goals? What would that look like to you? Imagine achieving a goal you have always thought would be out of reach.

Athletes hire coaches. Why? Because they work! An Olympic athlete, a tennis or golf pro would never compete without a coach. Why would you make changes in your life on your own, when you could have someone cheering you on and making you better? Wouldn’t that build your confidence and help you have the courage to try something new? I am a coach and I have a coach. I use one because they helped me achieve goals I never would have on my own.

According to an article in Forbes Magazine, “The commitment of corporate titans such as GE, Goldman Sachs and Google now sees spending on executive coaching in the US alone at more than $1billion per year. But whereas 20 years ago most coaching was a remedial effort aimed at poor performers, most coaching budgets today focus on developing high potential leaders. And what are they getting for their money?

Though the exact impact of coaching is notoriously hard to quantify, Marc Roudebush, CEO of Inspiring Workplace, points to a recent global survey of coaching clients by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource center which concluded that the mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was 7 times the initial investment, with over a quarter reporting an ROI of 10 to 49 times. For Roudebush, who has worked with senior executives at companies as diverse as Google, Bacardi and HSBC, the reason for such large returns is clear: leaders cast a long shadow. “When they are able to walk their talk, people listen and are likely to follow suit, improving the levels of enthusiasm, trust, and

Coaching can help you achieve a level of excellence by enhancing your leadership skills, quality of decisions, interpersonal relationships, job satisfaction, and sense of well-being. So If you want to increase your profits, achieve a level of excellence, become more resilient and get real results, find a coach who will help you achieve all of your goals. You will wish you found one sooner!

If you want to know more about coaching contact me, I’d love to talk to you.

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