Mikey doing work as I 'Coach'
For those of you interested in training with us, training for yourself, to make you a better person, here are some guidelines to follow. They work for life in general. I stole this from Michael Rutherford, from Crossfit Kansas City, Coach Rut is the real deal. So much can be taken from these 10 key points, please consider them before making a decision that could change your life.
1. I am willing to make the coaching process an
investment in myself. I view it as a long-term
approach to creating changes in my life. I am
not looking for a quick fix.
2. I am ready to do the work necessary to get me
where I want to be, and I will let the coach do
3. I am willing to change any self-defeating
behaviors that are creating a barrier to my
4. I accept responsibility for my actions and will not
expect the coach to “fix” me, because I know
I’m the only one who can make it happen.
5. I have adequate funds to pay for coaching
and will not regret the investment. I view
coaching as a worthwhile investment in me,
not an expense, and I will not allow finances to
be a barrier to coaching.
6. I am willing and able to be completely truthful
with my coach, and I’m ready to hear the truth
from my coach even if it is uncomfortable at
7. Coaching is the appropriate process for the
changes I want to make.
8. I am able to commit the time needed to make
and keep scheduled coaching sessions and to
do the fieldwork that my coach asks of me.
9. I’m open to trying new things when my coach
asks me, even if they aren’t completely
comfortable or I’m not convinced they will
make a difference.
10. This is the right time in my life for me to accept
Realize that life changes take an investment, not necessarily monetary, but mentally, physically, emotionally, etc. If you aren't willing to pay the price, don't waste your time. For those of you who want to make a serious change, invest in yourself and join our membership area. Enhance your training, and watch your strength grow. Contact me and get started today.