Coaching in business!? Now we’ve all heard of a Coach, in terms of a football team, an athlete or even a swimmer, but for a business owner, that’s a new one!
However, as business deals with the current economic woes, the need to be able to adapt to the rapidly changing environment has never been so apparent.
Markets are becoming global and competition is increasing as consumers have greater choice. More and more business owners are looking for that edge or the fine tuning that can make the difference in their businesses.
Finding Your Edge
So business owners are looking outside their normal resources for the information and guidance they realise is needed, for them to develop and educate themselves and grow their own businesses.
In business you’re either growing or you’re dying and a business will only grow to the level of its owner’s knowledge or beliefs.
So the business owners who succeed are those who look to increase their own knowledge and prepare to accept changes in the way they think.
What separates elite athletes from average athletes with great potential?
Only their thought processes, techniques, motivation and of course a fantastic Coach! Sure, to be a top athlete you would already have these, but it’s getting there, maintaining it and constantly seeking to improve for that edge over the competition, that makes a winner.
Jim Rohn’s quote says it all.
“Never wish the job were easier, wish you were better!”
Business is simple, people are complicated
Changing your business can be the easy part – changing yourself and your team can be the greatest hurdle.
Having a Business Coach helps you maintain your motivation, refine your skills, gain constructive feedback and attain constant improvement in your business.
Jas Darar is an award-winning professional business coach with the world’s largest coaching firm. He’s counts Ben Hunt as one of his clients.