Lawyers bank on you getting in trouble
Doctors bank on you getting sick
Police bank on you become a criminal
Landlords bank on you not building a house
Dentists bank on your teeth decaying
Mechanics bank on your car breaking down
Coffin makers bank on you dying
So many professions count on your inability to prosper. They need you to fail, its job security for them. And the longer you struggle, the more lucrative it is for them.
Psychologists call it codependence and that’s a pretty messed up dynamic if you ask me.
Coaches, or at least coaches like me, want to see you thrive not just survive. I pride myself on client turnover, it means I helped them achieve their goals. It also means I get them get results, fast. (That’s what you should be looking for in a coach, whether it’s me or not)
I don’t fix broken people and I don’t help average people improve. Someone else can gladly have that audience.
And I certainly don’t need to bank on something to go wrong with you or your business in order to help you.
In fact, I only work with people already performing at a high level who want to become more.
If that sounds like you,