[featured_image]”If the boat misses the harbor,it’s seldom the harbor’s fault.”
Where are you headed?
How will you get there?
Who can help you?
Great leaders are aware of the value of finding others who can help them reach their goals.
A New York Times article this week notes,
Professionals enlist coaches to accelerate their careers, getting help with things like making decisions, cultivating a presence and achieving self-awareness. (read more)
Why? Because they realize that a coach will help them reach the next level of success and enable them to attain their goals.
Pastor Rick Warren observes,
No matter what stage you are in your ministry, you need someone to coach you.
All sorts of organizations use the mentoring process to make people better at what they do. In medicine, doctors mentor younger doctors. In music, musicians mentor other musicians. Why? It works. We learn best when we have people who can speak into our lives and ministry. Proverbs 19:20 says, “Get all the advice you can and be wise the rest of your life.”
I will always need a coach – no matter how old I get or how successful I become. (read more)
I don’t care how brilliant you are, how influential you are, or how intentional you are! You will always attain more with others who are there to help you.
If you don’t have a coach in your life — find one who is trained and qualified to make sure your boat doesn’t miss the harbor!
Know where you are headed. Know how to get there. Find someone to help you.