- You must have a sense of relationships with your coach. There must be a comfortable and confident relationship. However, your coach does not have to be your boyfriend. It has a job to do that involves doing things that you find difficult otherwise you would not need a coach.
- Experience, this person needs a serious life and technical skills to guide you in your journey in health. Unfortunately, many coaches became experts overnight, with little skill.
- Be wary of food evangelism. You need someone with extensive skills and personally, I am very suspicious about movement coaches, that it's about veganism, paleo, cross-fit or the last fad. All of this may be good or bad, but if your coach is a victim of the next Shiny Object Syndrome, you will be too.
- Flexibility is essential. A coach should have the opportunity to contact you and treat you as an individual so that you can trust their recommendations. There must be a starting point, but the system must be flexible enough to help you progress individually.
- A coach should be able to listen to you and know your situation, hear the emotions you feel and be able to bend and adjust to meet your needs and not try to fit a comfortable size.
- Your coach must be able to clearly explain why you should do what is suggested. This means that one must speak in plain language and of course he must understand his reasons and not just repeat another writer or coach.
- To help a person make significant changes, a coach must have the ability to help you overcome your stress, anxiety or subconscious resistance, these things will hold you back more than anything. If they can not help you, then you must be able to refer. you to someone who can.
- A coach must be able to guide you successfully towards a better and healthier future, so that it is realistic and achievable for you.
Your choice of anti-aging consultant is essential for successful long-term withdrawal. During your journey to wellness, you may need different coaches for different purposes. You must of course be prepared to fire your coach if the situation warrants it, but please do not dismiss if you have not done the job.