Do you remember graduating from school?

Were you like me and thought, “YES!!!  I am NEVER going back to school and I am NEVER going to read another non-fiction book AGAIN. It’s all novels from here on out”?

In all truth, I went for a long time without even opening up any books.

I was absolutely DONE with school, and books, and tests, and deadlines.

I had gone nonstop through school for about twenty years. That is preschool through a Masters Graduate Degree.

Little did I know that life is full of learning and tests and deadlines.  It just looks different.

And little did I know that it is the most successful people who never stop studying and learning.

It’s the professionals who have a coach!!! Click To Tweet

There came a time when I knew that there were some things that just weren’t working in my life. I needed help!!!

I went looking for that help. And what I found was that the people I want to be like are the ones who never stop learning. They never stop reading, nor do they ever stop seeking coaching.

I learned that the average Millionaire reads at least one non-fiction book a month and the average Billionaire reads double that or more.

I knew that the current path I was on wasn’t working and I needed to do something different.

What if I looked to the people I want to be like and do what they do?

And when I looked, I saw people who are avid readers and people who invest in themselves through coaching.

Simple, right? Yes, actually, it is.

The first step I took was that I committed to going back to my childhood prolific reading ways. I turned off the TV and started reading again. I started with novels to get the habit of reading warmed up and then I started going back and forth between fiction and non-fiction.

Reading has become a welcome reprieve in my day when it was once an assignment I resented.

Then I started going deeper into coaching.

I try to set aside one hour a day to learning and coaching.

 
 


 

Coaching can look like a number of things.

I often listen to audios or watch videos of my personal coach, Dani Johnson.  I have a number of courses and ebooks I am working through on writing and blogging. And I have a growing stack of leadership books I am working through.

It seems like a lot and, I guess, it is. But, one hour a day is doable.

 I’m worth it.  My future is worth it.

I take my ego out of the equation, take notes, and just follow directions. Click To Tweet

Since I started doing this one simple task each day, the path I was on has changed and is now going in a much better direction.

Do YOU invest in yourself through reading and coaching? Do you want to get started?

If so, I have a present for you.

I have created a printable to make YOUR daily coaching sessions even better. Print it out, take notes, and make an action plan.

I know you have goals. Get to work and make them happen.

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Alejandro Escamilla

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3 comments on “Invest In Yourself with Coaching”

  1. Thank you Sarah. This year I got two coach and had a mentor too, each for different projects and phases of this year’s journey. I learned a lot and got asked questions about myself I never thought of asking. So I agree with you on this. Hear hear for coaches.

    • WHOOHOO!!!! I’ll be honest and say it wasn’t until this last year that I really took the step to actually invest in coaching. And guess what?! I’ve seen the MOST progress in my life. Shocker, right?!

      Who are your favorite coaches???

      Thanks for coming by!!! 😀

  2. Investing in yourself and diving into personal development will absolutely change your entire life. It will allow you to go after the career or job you want. It will build your self-confidence, self-esteem and self-value. It will allow you to create healthy relationships. Whether that be a professional level, friendships or even a romantic partner.

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