I once heard about a study which showed how kindergarten students were better at solving certain problems than adults were.
In each of the tests, the kids solved the problems in less time and with less head-scratching. Apparently the adults committed the sin of over-thinking, while the kids just relaxed and kept an open mind while taking care of business.
In my opinion, keeping an open mind is one of the best traits that a coach (or any entrepreneur) can possess.
I try to remind myself of this, and make sure that I don’t dismiss ideas just because they’re different than what I’m used to.
For example, earlier this year I started offering a laser coaching program after a fellow coach that I trust recommended that I do it. It sounded crazy at the time, but the program sold out and I’ve been having a lot of fun with my laser clients.
But if I hadn’t been flexible and willing to try something new, I would have missed out on everything that has brought me.
Next week, I’ll be there when Sofia Reis shows a different way of structuring a coaching business.
It’ll require an open mind, but if you hear her out and implement what she teaches, it’ll be a game-changer for you.
The webinar is happening on Tuesday, and you can save your spot for it here: