Make Sure You Get The Right Type of Coach You Need – A Results Coach 

With the unregulated profession of ‘life coach’, self-improvement ‘professionals’ are blossoming up like dandelions. We have taken a leap into a Wild West of personal improvement, and we encourage you to be aware of the differences before you invest in expensive, unproven help. You should hire the right kind of help for your needs.

Here is a table to highlight the contrast between a ‘life coach’ and a Thriving Results Coach.

Life CoachAn amorphous support person who you pay to feel better about yourself or your life. They will self-define the other things they do.Your favorite neighbor who does energy work. Your friend who just came back from a self-help seminar and is now an expert on what you need to change. Your brother-in-law
FriendAn amorphous support person you don’t pay.The guy you always see at the bus stop who greets you with a friendly, “Hello!”The people you sit by in Sunday School. The person you ask to join you for frozen yogurt when you are lonely.
MentorPerson who has accomplished the same goal you want to accomplish and who is willing to guide you. May be paid, but often is not.Warren Buffett mentoring Bill Gates.Your Parent that you ask parenting advice from or try to duplicate their good results.
ConsultantPerson you pay to predict and analyze a certain aspect of your performance or business and advise you to shift things in a specific way.Sales consultant, operations consultants, Financial advisory consultants, Human resources consultants, Risk consultants, etc., “
Therapist/DrProfessionals regulated by the government who label your physiological or mental problems. They prescribe treatments (talk therapy, surgery, medicine, etc), and pronounce prognoses (this is chronic, this is terminal, this is curable, etc)Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Medical Doctors (MD) Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.), Chiropractors, Pyschiatrists
CheerleaderSomeone who always encourages wins and focuses on the bright side. Someone who acknowledges only the good in your performance.
Sports CoachSomeone who gets paid pay to empower the athlete to achieve higher levels of specific performance in a sport. (I.e. win the championship, the state title, or cut time off my 400 meter dash)HIgh School Football coaches, Cross Country coaches, Minor League baseball coaches, College Basketball coaches, Bear Bryant, Vince Lombardi
Thriving Results CoachSomeone you pay to hold you accountable and empower you to achieve a specific result in a specific time frame. A Results Coach will work with you to create powerful new solutions that are custom-built to match your personality and individual situation and goals. They guarantee specific new results.Elizabeth Meservy, Founder and Chief Visionary Officer at Thriving Results Coaching

Thriving Results Coaching Guarantees Results

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Coaching is not for everyone. It is more of a demand than support. If you’ve ever had a child on a football team, you know that a good coach is far more of a demand than a support system. If you need a good coach to elevate your performance in life, we might be a good fit for you. We’ll hold your feet to the fire, measure every yard you gain or lose, and relentlessly call your greatness forth until you have achieved the results you have longed for. For more information, Schedule a Free Consultation Here.