Ive had many aha and self-congratulatory moments through coaching myself using self development workbooks. I refer to this as Self-Coaching.
Self-Coaching yourself in this way is great if youre:
2. Too busy for one-on-one coaching;
3. Someone who doesnt like to go out much;
4. Trying to keep limiting beliefs to yourself;
5. Not ready to be coached by anyone else; and
6. Working on your own personal development without anyone else knowing that way no-one will be disappointed if you give it up or mess it up.
However to get the most out of this form of coaching youll need to be:
1. Committed to creating the change you want;
3. Willing to do whatever it takes to develop yourself, eg spiritual development courses, up-skilling, coaching etc;
4. Aware of when you need outside help.
Please Note: From experience, self-coaching will not be enough if there are deeper issues needing to be resolved; and
5. The driver behind the wheel of change its your life; youre in charge of your destiny.
Self-coaching can help (depending on the severity of the issue)...