Introduction: Sticking to the Wrong Coach
Hey fam, Tanner here. Back in Miami, I’ve been contemplating a recurring theme in entrepreneurs’ messages: the impact of persisting with the wrong coach on business growth. It’s a vital topic, especially for those aiming at substantial business development.
“I’ve been contemplating a recurring theme in entrepreneurs’ messages: the impact of persisting with the wrong coach on business growth.”
The Fallacy of Staying with a Non-Effective Coach
Many of you have told me, “I’m already with a coach and want to finish that first,” even when it’s clear the coaching isn’t working. Here’s the hard truth: if it’s not working now, it’s unlikely to start working. This is akin to staying in a stagnant relationship, hoping it will suddenly improve. The reality is, sometimes you need to make a change.
Wrong Coach: My Personal Journey with Coaches
Reflecting on my journey to making $70 million, I remember starting from scratch and hiring five different coaches in five months, each costing around $10K. It was a rollercoaster – each promised solutions, yet it took five tries to find the right one. That fifth coach was a turning point, leading me to immense success.
Investment in Coaching is Part of the Success Journey
Investing in coaching and not seeing immediate results can be disheartening, but it’s a critical part of the journey. Success isn’t about just investing money; it’s about enduring the trials and errors. Hiring coaches that don’t work out is part of that path.
Wrong Coach: Identifying the Right Strategy
If you’re not getting the results you want, it’s either due to the wrong implementation or strategy. For those building an online business, the focus should be on generating more leads, sending more messages, and making more sales calls. If your current coaching isn’t aligning with these goals, it may be time to reassess.
Advice for Entrepreneurs with Coaches
If your current coaching relationship isn’t yielding the results you need, don’t cling to it out of obligation or hope. It’s similar to finding the right life partner; sometimes, you need to move on from the wrong relationships to find the right one.
Wrong Coach: Conclusion
Remember, the path to finding effective coaching and business success might involve trial and error. It’s okay to move on from a coaching relationship that isn’t working. Your business growth depends on making strategic decisions, sometimes that means seeking new guidance.
That’s it for now. Keep pushing forward, and don’t be afraid to make changes that align with your business goals. See you next time!