The world today is filled with coaches of every type. So many, in fact, you may question what a coach really does. 

I’m a big fan of clarity. Not everyone should have or want a coach. Your reasons need only be your own. But, have you ever thought about how broadly-defined the term “coach” can be? It’s about as broad as the term “financial advisor.” You may think the role of a coach is to inspire you -- to be responsible for showing you methods to improve. Or, you may think a coach serves as a sounding board. And, I would tell you… you’re right. 

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