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Coaching for Business Entrepreneurs
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Need an extra push to grow your business or get your business to new heights?

Coaching Commitments

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Sales Development, Marketing, and Networking

Install proven profitable and predictive systems to run your business

Planning

Visioning, Strategic Planning, and Defining Expectations

Custom Business Plans with exciting and reachable goals

My Approach To Coaching

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Brad

CEO, Divi Corner

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Business Coaching?
LEARNING TO LEARN and BEING COACHABLE

Learn how to be more coachable

I. GET GOOD ERROR CORRECTION
The very best way to learn is to get regular feedback from a coach who will tell you accurately about very specific errors and then pat you on the back when you correct each one. Complex feedback is totally useless and incomprehensible to most students. That doesn’t mean you’re stupid. It means your instructor doesn’t know how to teach you. It’s easy to single out those coaches. They’re testy and irritable when you’re just “not getting it”. Of course, you don’t understand what he wants because you don’t know what he’s saying. Corrections should be simple. You should be able to think about the correction during your next attempt. As each correction sticks, it becomes incorporated into your motor program.

II. ERROR CORRECTION IS JUST LIKE SCULPTING
With each subtle change, you get better. You’ll become eager for error correction, knowing it’s the best way to learn rather than a mark of humiliation. Make certain you fully understand the correction. If you don’t know what you’ve done, there is no learning. It’s only with a “knowledge of your performance” that you will improve. That’s why some people think they can never get better. They don’t want the constant criticism of a spouse or friend or coach who points out their errors, so they don’t listen. They don’t want to be “bugged”, don’t like instructors, and so never improve. Learning takes place quickly and will really stick if you get good error correction. It is the very essence of learning. I view a good learning experience as better than psychotherapy. A psychotherapist might convince you that you’re okay when you’re really a mess. After a coaching session, you really are better than you were before! How many psychiatrists can claim the kind of success after an hour of psychotherapy?

III. FEEDBACK
Good students of learning don’t just like feedback, they love it. They’ll be motivated to try harder. So much so that it’s sometimes pretty hard to get away from a coach and play on your own. That’s why I think it’s critical to develop the next step, your own internal sense of reward for what you do.

IV. TRIAL AND ERROR
Trial and error really is the best way to learn. Get an idea of what you want to do. Do it. Then learn from errors you’ve made. Those errors won’t be hard to see. Even professional athletes make large, easy-to-see errors. Curiously, those who make big errors and have them corrected may have much better long-term learning than those who perform a skill right off the bat, because they are more likely to forger it and be unable to perform it in the future. So, if you’ve ever tried long and hard to windsurf in big seas, when you’ve finally got it, you’ve got it forever. Twenty years from now, you could head beck out and do it again.
Correcting big errors is the best way to set skills in stone. Without error correction, you’ll learn nothing.
If you think you’re setting yourself up for getting criticized, that’s not what error correction is about. Good error correction motivates students to practice longer, harder and better. It also reinforces why you’ve done right.

V. FINDING THE RIGHT COACH: THE MATCHUP SYSTEM

Learning doesn’t have to take very long at all if you can really connect with your coach or instructor. From the first minutes of a lesson, you should be able to implement each suggestion the coach makes and then refine it through error correction.

Find the right coach
FINDING THE RIGHT COACH: THE MATCHUP SYSTEM

Learning doesn’t have to take very long at all if you can really connect with your coach and instructor. From the first minutes of a lesson, you should be able to implement each suggestion the coach makes and then refine it through error correction.

A relationship of mutual trust and honesty must be established. Knowing that the coach has your goals best interests in mind and the focus is getting better results.

The greater the desire is to learn and improve the greater the benefit the "coachee" will receive.

You may have several coaches just as many sports teams do.

Mentorship is a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person.

It has been said that "when the student is ready the master will appear."

Coachable vs Teachable

The definition of Coachable is: "capable of being easily taught and trained to do something better".

What gives you that capability? MINDSET

I want you to take out a piece of paper and at the top, write down the name of your coach.
Below their name, I want you to write down 5 things that make that person a great coach.

Just to start you out on this list, experience, should be one of the things that make him or her great coach, right?
I am sure you would agree that your coach has more experience in this business than you do?  Then write it down.

Did you do it?  That was your first test.  Did you pass? 
Then do it now:  feedback and error correction, first lesson

Examples
1. Experience in the Business
2. Mindset A positive "can do attitude"
3. Ability to connect with students and their goals
4. Superb communication skills
5. Commitment to the people they coach and to their success
6. Belief in the student
7. Paitent
8. Compassion
9. Understanding
10. Firmness

Wise people learn from other people’s experience.
Wise people learn from other people’s experience. I recommend getting coachs that have a lots of experience and a lot of traits that you want.

The question you must as yourself is: "Am I really willing to do what I need to do in order to be more coachable and learn from others?

Realize you need to be vulnerable enough to know you are not perfect and there are things we need to do that we cannot do on our own.

Sometimes, the most important things we need to learn require fundamental changes in our behavior and midset.

A true genius admits that they don't know it all, and is open to learn.

The first step and often the hardest step is to change our mind-set and set a new standard of mental toughness.
This is very difficult to do on your own.

If you believe that you are perfect and unwilling to change, the coaching stops before it gets started.

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