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C
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Coaching is fundamental to the American Way of Life and successful Christian Living.

 

Coaching for peak performers has been around for years. The most successful athletes, for many decades, have been coached to win the big event.   Phil Mickelson or Rory McIlroy would not be the golfers they are today without good coaches. Michael Jordan, John Elway, and Peyton Manning have all had coaches. Executive Leaders in the business world and Fortune 500 companies hire coaches to move from good to better to great!
 
In the American culture, behind each great milestone or accomplishment, stands two people -- the one who executes the task or carries out the game plan and the one who helps lthem to create the game plan and carry it out.  The “coach” teaches, inspires, and motivates the client to improve his skills.  Maybe it is time for you to evaluate and consider the benefits of a coach for yourself, your Church and its key leaders, or a special group or team with whom you are working.  Coaching is on the cutting edge for greater success and development.    

 

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