How To Find The Right Coach

When you are stepping out in faith to share your testimony through coaching, speaking, or writing a book, it’s important to find the right coach.

You’re going to put a lot of time into training and you’re going to want a process for growing your leadership and message into an actual brand that can be multiplied. It’s important to find someone who will give you a focus and deadline but not drive you so hard that you get discouraged.

You’re creating content or video’s to serve people, so you want to have a coach who understands the tension that goes along with staying Christ-centered, coaching, writing blogs, being your own social media department and marketing agent.

Many people find a coach by simply googling and getting started on the phone. I am actually in the process of hiring a coach for Royal and I so I thought I would share with you what I am looking for in my current coach and also what I wish someone would have told me (the last point I share on the video) when I launched a Christian coaching business!

3 Tips On What To Look For In Your Coach

See you in the comments below!

Faith forward, Bec:)

Becky Harmon is an identity coach, intercessor and business leader. Her success in these arenas has placed her in demand as a personal advisor to ministry and marketplace leaders world-wide. Her personal experience of growing up in an alcoholic home, struggling with how to overcome food & alcohol addictions, depression, and financial sabotages through her identity in Christ rather than self-help, led her to develop her own out of the box coaching systems. To discover the specific attacks that accompany each part of your walk with Christ and the strategies you can implement to be an overcomer,  order 4 Phases of Spiritual Warfare. Available on Amazon and Kindle. 

2 thoughts on “How To Find The Right Coach

  1. May First!! It’s my May Day!!
    SOS! Save my Soul!!
    So thankful that I found you!!
    I have tried so hard for 5 years to write my message, coach….so resistant to learning new way…I’d rather just ‘wing’ it…so I did and ended up giving myself to others instead of giving myself to developing gift!

    I am finally ready to submit the ‘force of my horse’ and be trained.
    I love your ‘horse’ analogy…it is confirmation for me! I have been told prophetically that I have saddled my horse but that I had fear in learning how to ride it. I need a horse trainer for my flesh!! LOL!! I am looking forward to joining your coaching program in June! This month my grandson is born! Great time for new beginnings! New Idenity in Christ for me too!!

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