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“Who, exactly, seeks out a coach?…Winners who want even more out of life.” ~ Chicago Tribune

“Once reserved for executives and professional athletes, personal coaches…are going mainstream.” ~ Christian Science Monitor

“Coaching can certainly help you strengthen your sense of self-worth, focus on your goals – and get there, fast.” ~ The London Daily Telegraph

“I never cease to be amazed at the power of the coaching process to draw out the skills or talent that was previously hidden within an individual, and which invariably finds a way to solve a problem previously thought unsolvable.” ~ John Russell, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson Europe Ltd.

“Coaching is an action-oriented partnership that, unlike psychotherapy which delves into patterns of the past, concentrates on where you are today and how you can reach your goals.” ~ Time

“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum potential.” ~ Bob Nardelli CEO, Home Depot

“Part therapist, part consultant, part motivational expert, part professional organizer, part friend, part nag — the personal coach seeks to do for your life what a personal trainer does for your body.” ~ Kim Palmer, Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune

“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.” ~ Timothy Gallwey

“If you’re thinking of overhauling your career to achieve a more fulfilling life, consider joining the estimated 100,000 Americans who annually enlist the help of some 4,000 personal coaches each year.” ~  Money

“As life gets more frenzied, people are struggling to find balance and purpose. A coach simply helps you realize a more fulfilling and harmonious life, faster and easier.” ~ Dayton Daily News

“Got a nagging feeling that your life could be more fulfilling? Want to change direction but aren’t sure how to do it? Here’s how to jump start your new life today…Hire a personal coach.” ~ Modern Maturity

“A coach can play any number of roles –mentor, consultant, motivator, but one thing she [or he] is not is a therapist. Coaching deals with the “how”: how you can move on from where you are and make change. It’s action-oriented, and concerned with the present and future, not the past.” ~Shape Magazine

“No matter how strong a person mentally is, without proper mental nourishment he or she will crumble. Personal coaching is one of the best ways to help you get that nourishment and to keep you stay focused.” ~ BeingLive.com

“Coaching can certainly help you strengthen your sense of self-worth, focus on your goals — and get there, fast.” ~ The London Daily Telegraph

“Part consultant, part motivational speaker, part therapist, and part rent-a-friend, coaches work with managers, entrepreneurs, and just plain folks, helping them define and achieve their goals – career, personal, or most often, both.” ~ Kendall Hamilton, Newsweek

“Executives and HR managers know coaching is the most potent tool for inducing lasting personal change.” ~ Ivy Business Journal

“If you want to build your business and at the same time have a rewarding personal life, you call a coach.” ~ Robert Schwab, ‘Businesses Hire Coaches to Build Winning Teams,’ Denver Post

“Coaching started in the business world to help stressed executives cope with their professional and personal lives, and it still thrives in the corporate environment. But individuals are increasingly turning to coaching for help with all sorts of challenges.” ~ Kim Palmer, Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune

“The benefits of coaching appear to win over even the most cynical clients within just a few weeks.” ~ Shari Caudron, “Hire A Coach?” Industry Week

“Tiger Woods has one. Pete Sampras has one. So why not small business owners?” ~ Charles Boisseau, “Put Me In, Coach,” localbusiness.com

“Increasingly nonprofit executives and managers are finding coaches a terrific sounding board and source of help in a demanding and complex job.” ~ Nonprofit World

“How do you define success? That’s not a trick question, and there are no wrong answers. For some, obviously, success means money. Others rate emotional happiness as being more important. Yet others rate popularity above all else. Regardless of how you define success, an emerging specialty called ‘success coaching’ (also known as personal and professional coaching) offers the chance to visualize your highest goals and stay on track to achieve them.” ~ Central New York Business Journal

“Coaching takes a holistic view of the individual: work, corporate values, personal needs and career development are made to work in synergy, not against one another.” ~ British Journal of Administrative Management

“Today’s managers, professionals and entrepreneurs are hiring coaches to help them with time management, a change in career or balancing their work and personal lives.” ~ Fortune

“The goal of coaching is the goal of good management:  to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.” ~ Harvard Business Review

“Using [coaching] instead of sending executives and managers to seminars twice a year can be more beneficial to ongoing career development, not to mention less expensive…” ~ PC Week

“In a recent study, training alone improved leadership skills by 22%. When combined with Executive Coaching, improvement jumps to 77%.” ~ Fortune

“A coach is part advisor, part sounding board, part cheerleader, part manager and part strategist.” ~ The Business Journal

“Motorola say they expect to spend in the low millions this year on executive coaching for their best middle managers.“ ~ C2M: Consulting to Management

“Most leaders like executive coaching because: they receive direct one-on-one assistance from someone they respect; they don’t have to leave their offices; it fits their timeframes and schedules; they can see fast results, if they’re dedicated.” ~ Training & Development

“Coaching usually refers to a relationship between an individual and a trained professional who work on a set of pre-defined objectives with the aim of achieving particular goals or targets. Coaching protagonists believe that as a result of this relationship, greater results can be achieved and an individual can go on to do things that would otherwise have been impossible.” ~ “Perspectives on Coaching,” Journal of Management Development

“Even modest improvements can justify hiring a coach. An investment of $30,000 or so in an executive who has responsibility for tens of millions of dollars is a rounding error.” ~ Jerome Abarbanel, VP of Executive Resources, Citibank

“In one study, executive coaching at Booz Allen Hamilton returned $7.90 for every $1 the firm spent on coaching.” ~ MetrixGlobal LLC

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