That’s a good question, and the answer has got to be in the form of other questions:

  1. How is not having a coach going?
  2. Who has coached, or advised you in the past?
  3. How well are you doing now?
  4. How well do you want to do in the future?
  5. Do you know what you need to do in order to achieve your future goals?
  6. Do you have the motivation to do what you need to do without the need to have someone to push you to do it?
  7. To determine if you need a coach, consider your current progress, future goals, and whether you have the self-motivation and clarity to achieve those goals without external support. Reflect on past experiences with coaching or advising, and evaluate the benefits you gained from those relationships.

Take a look at this video to decide if you need a coach, or not.

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Steve Mills
Steve, a former international sportsman, is now a leading sales, marketing, and business growth advisor, coach, and trainer. He is the author of four books and frequently speaks to audiences in countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia, Australia, the USA, Switzerland, Ireland, and the UK. Through his "Parthenon of Business Results" approach and use of various business growth tools, Steve helps clients improve their effectiveness and results, as well as create new streams of income. He is a member of the Professional Speakers Association (PSA) and International Speaking Federation, and has established a reputation as a successful speaker through his numerous appearances on TV and radio and his ability to help people at all levels achieve significant measurable results.

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