Motivating vs. Coaching

I don’t know if there’s anything more important than learning to listen to a human being.

Anyone who has worked with a few clients before knows that the highly motivated clients are the most fun.

…But also the most rare.

In this video, we discuss:

  • How even the most excited fat loss clients you have will waver (and how to get them back on the saddle when they fall off)
  • How you CAN’T become a better person without also becoming a better coach (I truly believe this)
  • Are systems important, or is it mostly about your mindset?
  • Why motivating is not the same thing as cheerleading
  • Why motivating is THE crucial skill to develop as a coach, no matter who you’re coaching

If you can’t connect with your client as a human being, then you won’t have very many clients.

Watch the video below.

As always, leave any questions in the comments below!

Published by Jae Chung

I have a background in teaching the violin, T’ai Chi Ch’uan, English, writing, movement, and habit change. My main athletic accomplishments are spraining both ankles frequently and typing very fast.

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