Hey again. How has your week been? This week, I wanted to put together a little video for those of you in the Wellness and Human Services Industries who are in the process of looking for a Business Coach or Mentor. Amidst the intense, elevated experiences at events and or the first points of contact with people we admire and look up to, especially for women, we can get a bit off centre in the excitement, but it's really important that you stay connected to you, to your inner GPS and what you need throughout this process, as well as the energy of the awesome opportunity you're looking into.
A lot of what i have been doing this last few years in my work is supporting people through the sales decision process to ensure that they make the most connected, authentic and aligned decision, first and foremost for them and their business, over the long term. This video thus contains some of the info I've found you really need to know to help you to chose the Coach or Mentor with whom you'll have the most mutually beneficial, long term relationship Coaching or Mentoring Relationship, for you, for them and for the success of your business or cause. Have a watch to find out more and if there's anything that i can do to help support you through any upcoming big sales decision making processes, you're most welcome to book in with me for a quick chat and additional support if you need.
Ultimately a good coach or mentor is a partner in your growth and is there to lovingly hold you accountable to your own vision, goals and growth and they will lovingly support you to find your truest truth through this process. A mentor holds wisdom that may be of use to you in successfully actualising your vision, goals, transformation and growth yes. But ultimately, it is your choice to take it on and to do the work or not. And a good Coach or Mentor will respect your choice and own inner wisdom either way, plus encourage you to work through your blocks and tap your own motivation and ability to act so that you make the best possible decision for you and your business. They’ll also have enough integrity to say if they feel the partnership is not right for you both and to not take your money if you or they think it would seriously compromise your health and well-being. In my experience, the best coaching and mentoring partnerships are the ones grounded in heart-centred honesty and integrity, self awareness, the genuine desire to truly be of service, mutual respect and self responsibility, empathy, good, clear communication and trust, in each other and in the higher order of things. Not to mention mutual excitement at the prospect of all the wonderful things you'll achieve together and wonderful times you'll share. But that's me. Tell me about your perfect Coach or Mentor. What do they look like to you?
As always, thanks so much for reading and, until next time, have fun, take care.
Nat talks about Self Expression, Heart Centred Communication and Lifestyle for Leaders.