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What the buddha says about coaches - instruction


There is a Buddhist axiom that goes like this:

"If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill it. "

This means to kill any belief of the Buddha as amazing apart from oneself.

To kill the Buddha is to BE the Buddha. Any conception we can have of the Buddha is so much less important than the actuality of what the Buddha in fact is. And hence any conception we have of the Buddha is limiting.

To encounter the certainty of the Buddha, we must annihilate that conception in order to be free of the limitations.

Regardless of your spiritual beliefs, this analogy can be practical to coaches and coaching.

"If you meet the Coach on the road, kill it. "

This means to kill any conception of being a Coach as amazing apart from oneself.

To kill the hypothesis of Coach is to BE a coach. To kill the Coach means to throw away the idea that we can flick a button and "Be A Coach" while on the phone with a client, then hang up, and flick that change off.

This clean thinking can by used to conceive numerous streams of education income. By Bringing a coaching-rich approximate to the construction of other streams of income, destroying our prior notions of that being a coach means lessons one-on-one, and the answer is:

- a much better blow of lessons on the world
- a much superior means to earn wealth for coaches

If you've been schooling for awhile, ask yourself, do you put on your role as a Coach like a hat, and take it off after you hang up the phone with a client?

Do you have an ON/OFF alter that you flick, revolving your role as Coach on and off?

If yes, what would it be like for you to annihilate your role as a Coach and go beyond?

Andrea J. Lee coaches entrepreneurs and online affair owners. As Thomas J. Leonard's All-purpose Manager, she helped build and deal with the main exchange ideas and instructor of individual and affair coaches in the world. Now the CEO of Andrea J. Lee Group of Companies, she writes, speaks and consults on Marketing, Internet and Affair systems. This is an extract from the her NEW BOOK - Many Streams of Schooling Income, http://www. multiplestreamsofcoachingincome. com


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