Here’s something that often confuses new – and even experienced – high-performance coaches during sales conversations and networking events…
Can you tell the difference between high achievers and big dreamers?
Can you tell the difference between whose who are ready to do the work to get where they want to go and those who love sharing their big vision but have no intention of following through?
The good news is high performers are easy to pick out of a crowd when you know what to look for.
For one thing, there is tangible proof that they are go-getters - they have a long list of wins and achievements behind them.
They regularly hit incredible goals that others find difficult or even impossible to achieve.
High performers are often known for a specific skill or expertise but there are also those who are multi–talented with highly developed skills in many different areas.
Many high performers are top earners in their work or business, but may not be doing so well in other aspects of their personal life such as their health or relationships.
They are very hard on themselves and constantly running on the “hustle and grind treadmill.”
Top performers battle with a number of very specific issues and, if you want to be a successful high-performance coach, you need to familiarize yourself with these.
Fear of Failure
They’re afraid of failing, being seen as weak or ineffective and living a life that does not reflect who they are and what they’re capable of.
The need to have everything absolutely perfect blocks a lot of high performers from getting what they want. Perfectionism holds them back from experiencing joy and satisfaction on the way to the top.
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