Anytime I’ve wanted to be the best or even just a little better at something, I got a coach. Whether it was being a better weightlifter, a better entrepreneur, or a better husband to my wife, I got a coach to help me.
As a gym owner, you know the value of coaching to your members, but do you apply that in your business? Gym owners absolutely need coaches to help them with the business too.
But what makes a good business coach? What qualities or traits should you seek out in a business coach? Obviously, you want someone who has experience and success, but that’s only surface level. Think deeper, and there are skills that all great coaches must possess to truly enact change and progress with their clients.
What could happen to you without a coach? You may fare okay in the short term, but more than likely in the long run, the journey will be way more difficult, with less return for your efforts. There also may be some consequences outside failing to run a successful gym that you may not have thought about.
That’s why we decided to open our Personal Business Coaching for Gym Owners series with an episode on why it’s absolutely critical for you as a gym owner to have a coach. Watch or listen to our mini-podcast below and let me know what you think in the comments below.
Thanks for taking the time,
In Part 1 of our series, The Value of Coaching you'll learn:
- The benefits of having a business coach
- What qualities to look for in a business coach
- The potentially damaging consequences you can face not having a coach