Don’t be too proud to ask for help. A project consultant or a personal coach is cheaper than a partner or a manager but acts like one just the same. Corporate CEO’s use them and so do artists & entrepreneurs. Be smart, hire someone smart to help you sort through the possibilities, dissect the challenges, and point to the opportunities.
|Posted By Bjorn|
| Help |
I have no doubt what you are saying about a coach is on the wishlist for many a creative mind. I am ONE of those. (Seems like whenever I finish a new piece and start thinking of bringing it to the marketplace my mind imediatly start pumping out a new idea to produce.) SO my QUESTION is: how in the world do I locate such a wizardperson? The Yellow pages under........? I´m getting pretty desperate these days man - approaching 66 - running out of time with a full tank of gas. HELP!!
|Posted By Beth|
| Help helps. |
It’s great to have another pair of eyes, another perspective on The issues. Although initially I questioned why I needed one, I have Come to greatly value my coach’s advice. He has pointed out things That I never saw and more than once, has turned me around and pointed me in the direction I really want to go. Worth every penny.
|Posted By Connie Buchari|
| it's worth it |
My coach has no other agenda than what’s best for me. I may not always agree with her, but she always brings wisdom and worthwhile advice to the table. Only a fool would not want that.