|I got a lot of great feedback from my last rant blog post (if you missed it you can read it here) and since I have more in me, here we go….. 🙂 |
In one of the Facebook groups I belong to, someone had posted "I'm tired of people blaming their coach if they don't get results. It's not them, it's you. Do the work and you'll get the results."
I’m calling bulls&*t on this. My response was something similar to the following...
As with any profession, there are great coaches, not so great coaches, and coaches who have no business being coaches.
Plus you have to take into account the different coaching styles, so perhaps the coaching style doesn’t match the person’s learning/growing style.
Are there instances where the client doesn’t do the work? Of course. But to make a blanket statement and say that this is always the case, is not only wrong but can be damaging to the client.
Their response was that there is always a lesson to be learned and it’s up to the client to be resourceful and get the work done. Last time I checked, clients aren't hiring people to get a lesson…they want a result. Second, if they were that resourceful to do the work on their own, they probably wouldn’t need the service. Just sayin'.
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