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So, what type of coach are you?

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  • Ralph

    Adapted Benjamin Franklin. "There are three sorts of people (coach?) in the world:

    1. Those who are immovable, people who don't get it, or don't want to do anything about it;” never change a winning formula, we’ve always done it that way, neophobic, if you only have a hammer you treat everything as a nail.
    2. “there are people who are movable, people who see the need for change and are prepared to listen to it;” they keep an open mind but not so much their brains fall out, they are the early adapters and responders to innovators.
    3. “and there are people who move, people who make things happen." Innovators, margin and competitive edge seekers.


    Obviously?, humans are more complicated than the above but as coaches where and how much time and how much belief do you store in each category and how do you decide?

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