30 Reasons to Say: "Wow! I GottaGettaCoach!"
Now some say it's gotta get a coach,
gotta getta coach,
gottagetacoach, and even got to get a
coach. And that's okay because I don't spell that that "grate"
myself. (Get it?!)
But, for the record, it's really GottaGettaCoach!
- home of Barry Zweibel, MBA, MCC (Master Certified Coach), president and
founder of GottaGettaCoach!, Incorporated - and not
gotta get a coach, gotta getta coach,
gottagetacoach, or even got to get a coach.
With that said, here are 30 reasons why you might want
to say, "Wow! I GottaGettaCoach!":
to help you resolve a boss/employee conflict
to improve your peer-to-peer interactions
to help you learn how to run more efficient
to address your developmental needs as seen by
to act as a sounding board before you take an
to help improve your time management skills
to help improve your delegation skills
to help you get past being stuck about
to help improve your communications skills
to help better organize and articulate your
to help prepare more meaningful employee
to facilitate inter-group
to help you relax
to help prepare for major presentations
to help you
become more comfortable with
to help you learn how to create S.M.A.R.T.
to grow your esteem in the eyes of others
to help identify opportunities that you may be
to role play, or 'pre-brief' important upcoming
to help you ask more powerful questions
to help you
'get' important distinctions
to help you update your current Winning
to help you look at situations from other
to help you let go of unhealthy perfectionism
to help you work less without jeopardizing
to help establish your next-level goals and
to help you move from boss-as-expert to
to help you deal effectively with crises
to help you stop grousing
to help you learn how to effectively manage
Remember: It's ...
(Not Gotta Get a Coach, or Gotta Getta Coach - or Got to Get a Coach.)
And it's ...
(Not Barrie or Zwiebel - or Zwibell -
but sometimes, maybe BZ, or BeeZee.)
Get it? Got it?
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