I may not be psychic, but I do have a trick for telling who will become a successful coach.
If someone goes to great lengths to grow their business, and makes the sacrifices that others won’t, there’s a good chance that they’re going to make it.
That sounds broad, so here’s a great example:
I’m currently running a group coaching program that meets every Monday at 8 am EST.
One of my clients in the program, Wally, lives in Hawaii. So the time zone difference is crazy – the meetings are at 3 am his time!
Yet Wally gets up very, very early and shows up to every call. He contributes and does the work (with a smile on his face). It’s about a week before Christmas, and he’s still showing up at 3 am for coaching calls.
Back when I was getting into coaching, I enrolled in a group program where the calls started at 11 pm my time and often ran until 1 am. Yet I never missed one of those calls. I prioritized them, and made sure I was there and ready to rock and roll.
It may not seem like a huge deal to get up very early, or stay up very late, to attend coaching calls. But small actions like that tend to carry over into other aspects of your business.
If Wally is willing to do a coaching call when 99% of the population would choose to drool on their pillow in a warm bed, then he’s probably going to do the other things that it takes to be successful.
It’s like what Eric Thomas says: “When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe then you’ll be successful”
If you have that same fire in your belly, you’re a great ft for my Secret Coach Club newsletter.
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