You probably already know that I work with a Business Coach.
More recently, I have considered working with a Life Coach (also known as a Personal Coach) as well. Why? Well, to help me get my priorities straight. I have just had two invigorating sessions with Bernadette Bolton of Exceptional Life. She works with clients far and wide. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention my friend Arvind Devalia out of London, England, who is also a Life Coach.
If you are a photographer, I would also urge you to consider working with a Photo Coach. Two names come to mind – Selina Maitreya and Mike Davis.
So feed my curiosity a little will ya?
Having a Business Coach, Life Coach and or a Photo Coach could make or break your business. Do you work with a coach? If you do, tell me/us why? If you don’t, why not? Do you know of Business, Life or Photo coaches who should be mentioned? List their names and their website links below in the comments section. Thank you!
Scott Webb says
Hey Seshu, I don’t get coached but I know I’m someone that would benefit from it highly. I have actually been having coffee with one of the Pastors at my church quite regularly since last October. Got him off Blogger and onto WordPress even but that’s beside the point. Talking with him has been almost like coaching as it’s really helped me along.
Coaching would feel like another expense but it might be what’s needed to get lifted off the ground (so to say). There is often so many things one needs to do. The best thing for the community would be established photographers looking to better mentor. That’s essentially where blogs come into play now as a well established photographer can have that one to many connection but put bright lights on someone they feel is up and coming.
I wasn’t really surprised with the numbers in the survey.