When it comes to winning financially, it’s better not to go at it alone. A good coach can be a major advantage to helping you to win bigger and to win faster.
What do you have in common with Lebron James, Stephen Curry, Serena Williams, Cam Newton, and Russel Wilson?
Is it the speed? Or is it the muscles? The athletic physique?
I’ll let you be the judge of that.
One thing that you have in common with these world-class athletes is the need for a coach. No matter what level of success a person has achieved, every person needs a good coach in their corner.
A coach is someone who carries a valued person from where they are to where they want to be. They help to unleash potential, correct weaknesses and foresee threats.
Most importantly, they can add much value to your life by teaching you from their own experiences so that you won’t have to solely learn from your own.
A coach isn’t a cheerleader who sits on the sideline only praising you when you do well. A coach is there with a game plan to help when you are doing well and when you are not.
You might not always like or understand the plays that your coach will call. But, you can trust that their desire is for you to WIN. A coach has vested interest in your success.
So my question for you is, who is your coach? Or are you independent?
Now don’t get me wrong, self-sufficiency is a good thing, and so is being able to depend on yourself to take care of business. But independence is overrated.
So much of our community hails independence. The more you do things by yourself, the more praise you receive. But how is that working for us?
That doesn’t sound too much like a community, that sounds like every man and woman for themselves. When you are independent to the point of refusing help, you cap your wisdom at your own experiences, and you have to make your own mistakes in order to learn.
You take the long route.
The shortcut to success is to have the coaching and mentorship of someone who has already obtained what you want and more.
Learn from their mistakes, glean from their experiences, get a share of their knowledge without ever having to go through the same obstacles.
And when you come upon similar struggles, you can dodge them and get optimal results because your coach has already drawn out a play for this situation.
Expedite your success and get yourself a coach.
And if you are losing with money and wanting to win, get yourself a financial coach. Don’t make costly mistakes with money when someone is available to help you avoid that.
Even if you are wealthy and believe that you have done well, the best athletes in the world still have coaches.
Never underestimate the power of help through coaching.
Catapult your way to success. Don’t go at it alone. Go at it with someone who has your back, wants you to win, and has a game plan to do so.
Your financial coach,