Everyone Needs A Coach 

Coaches Impact.

In Paris, France, nearly 10,500 athletes will represent their country next July in the 33rd Olympic games. The opening ceremony is a spectacle on its own. On display will be the greatest athletes in the world who all have one thing in common. And that one thing in common is undisputed. That one thing is each one of those athletes has a coach. It most likely is a coach labeled as one of the best in the world in that particular sport, team, or individual. 
Even the greatest athletes like Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and Serena Williams hired coaches to sharpen their games. And coaching is not limited to just athletes. There are speech coaches, drama coaches, and life coaches. Coaching is critical to all walks of life. It is nearly indisputable that no organization or team wins without a coach. Each athlete can reach the pinnacle of their profession with a coach. Without one, there is no chance to maximize your skills or abilities. Nor can you maximize your teams, or an organization. 
The best coaches are classified and tagged as elite, extraordinary, serial winners, or simply great coaches. To those reading this article, you are probably a coach or someone who aspires to become a coach. Coaching can be a rewarding profession affecting the lives of many. Evangelist Billy Graham once said, “A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime.” That is a profound statement. The question then becomes, are you impacting others? And, are you being coached to be the best version of yourself? You can certainly do both. Action is all that is required.  

– Dr. Barry Davis

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