I am curious

I am curious

 

I’m curious………?

If I could, please ask…………?

Would you mind if I suggested……………………?

These statements were shared with me this week by Bernie Da Souza at a presentation that I consider was excellent.

It made me think about how we ask for information and how we expect answers regardless of how we ask. The kinder way to ask is to elicit opinion and then actually listen fully to the answer.

Never one to feel like I have all the answers myself, I continually wonder how I can improve things, and these hit home with me as being kind and respectful.

Bernie is an international speaker, author and coach. He even made the point that we all need a coach and of course he has his own.

So, please let me ask you…

I’m curious, do you use a coach. If not, why not. If so, how is that working out for you?

If I could please ask you, what would be the perfect client for you and how many of them would you like?

Would you mind if I made suggestions about how to find more perfect clients?

What this leads to is a future track to run on, and we all function better with a vision or written plan. Especially if it comes with a timeline.

The final part to any coaching is the need to track, give feedback and be accountable. The best way to do this is to give someone you trust the power to follow you up in a way that you know will keep you on track. If I suggest how to follow you up, then it may not work, but if you suggest how I should follow you up, it is more likely to succeed.

At Compass Business Coaching, we create a follow-up plan that enables you to be motivated, focused and excited about your goals. Plainly some goals have to do rather than want to do, but even just knowing that once these have to do goals are out of the way you can get excited about what follows, its better than relying on will power alone.

We all know how easy it is to be distracted off our hoped-for track. The reality is it is you who holds that key to a solution. We just show you how to make it so.

Check out Bernie Da Souza; you’ll love his stuff if you are mindful of the concept of coaching.

Sharing goals will always be more fruitful. Sharing ideas helps that too. Being accountable gives us power and energy.

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