Coaching is not just about solving problems or achieving goals, but it’s also about instilling hope in the clients
A coach is like an ambassador of radical hope because they see potential in their clients that they may not yet see in themselves. They believe in the possibility of change and growth, and they help their clients to envision and realize that change.
As an ambassador of radical hope, a coach helps their clients to shift their mindset from a place of fear, doubt, and uncertainty to a place of possibility, courage, and optimism. They create a safe and supportive space for their clients to explore their fears and limiting beliefs and then help them to reframe their thinking and develop a new perspective on their situation.
Coaching is an exercise of modesty in that the coach doesn’t assume that they know what’s best for their clients. Instead, they approach each coaching session with an open mind and a willingness to listen and learn from their clients. They recognize that their clients are the experts in their own lives and that their role as a coach is to facilitate the client’s self-discovery and growth.
By embodying radical hope and modesty, coaches can create a transformative experience for their clients. They can help their clients to break through their limiting beliefs, gain clarity on their goals, and take action toward creating the life they desire.
Coaching is a powerful tool for personal and professional development, and it’s essential for coaches to embrace the values of radical hope and modesty in order to be effective in their work.