When it comes to coaching other people to succeed, one of the primary responsibilities of the coach is to see potential and find solutions in areas where the client is struggling. Once this has been accomplished, the next goal of a coach is to encourage their client to see and accept these positives and then to take action steps that will reinforce the good and move them forward toward their desired purpose.
- Recognizing friends and family who support and encourage your client
- A sense of accomplishment when a client meets short term goals
- Reflection on past victories that your client has had in their personal or work life
- Feelings of pleasure when timing works out perfectly for a client
- Appreciation of moments that make your client feel grateful to be alive
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