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December 9, 2019

Often, I get asked the question: “Can I coach friends or family?”   Of course, the simple answer is “Yes…BUT…”
The “but’s” are really about the things most coaches don’t consider before entering into a coaching relationship with friends and family.  I find many coaches think it’s safe enough to enter into a coaching relationship with someone they know, and it’s that very familiarity that can cause it to be a less than successful relationship and possibly a regrettable decision.
If you’re strongly considering coaching a friend, or you have a family member that keeps hitting you up for help, JOIN ME FOR TODAY’S #MENTORMONDAY where I’m going to share 3 rules to make sure the relationship is mutually beneficial.


#MENTORMONDAY allows you a sneak peek into what our Jumpstart students experience on a weekly basis – Paul sharing insights gained in 10+ years of coaching excellence that’s helped 1000’s of individuals and nearly 20,000 coaches.

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Paul Dabdoub is a master coach trainer & mentor, speaker, writer, and entrepreneur, and an executive coach who’s literally helped 1000’s of people take practical steps towards their future.

Paul is the founder of Life Coach Training Institute - the largest life coach training school in North America and the #1 life coach certification online program.

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