Judge others by their questions rather than by their answers. ~ Voltaire
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can I tell if I am ready for coaching? I’ll answer this question from 2 perspectives. (There are many more perspectives but these 2 will cover lots of ground. 1) You are fed up with your current situation and you absolutely know that you will do whatever it takes to make a change. 2) You love your current situation but would like to experience even more pleasure and satisfaction and achievement along the way.
Q) Who should consider hiring Jack? A) A number of factors should be in place for you to consider hiring me. 1) You must be able to afford me. The fee for coaching can be a significant expense to you, but it cannot be a killing expense to you. I do not want any clients that have to choose between paying my bill or the absolute necessities of life. 2) You need to be ready to work, ready to try new things and make your best efforts. 3) You must be absolutely determined to make changes in your life. I call this being at threshold…you are truly fed up with your current situation and must make a change or you are delighted with your current situation and yet you know that there is so much more out there waiting for you to show up! 4) You must know enough about me and like and trust me enough to enter into a coaching relationship with me. 5) You must be willing to make time in your life for coaching and new efforts. Coaching takes time and implementing new ideas and plans takes time. You will almost certainly need to make some sacrifices in nonessential areas, like television or some other low priority activity, to make time for coaching.
Where am I? Who am I? How did I come to be here? What is this thing called the world? How did I come into the world? Why was I not consulted? …Where is the director? I want to see him. ~ Soren Kierkegaard