The Last Book I Read

How to get the most out of coaching - The last book I read, Ankush Jain

And it’s excellent. There are so many golden nuggets in here from Karen Davis and Alex Mill. It’s one of those books that I read and wondered why no one else has thought of writing it before. It makes so much sense.

I’m considering making it compulsory reading for anyone who is thinking of hiring me. In fact, if you have any desire to work with me at any point, I strongly urge you to read this book. It can only benefit you.

If you’ve never worked with a coach, I’d urge you to read this book because it will help you to gain an insight into why CEOs, top athletes and high performers work with great coaches.

If you’re a coach who would like to have more impact on their clients, read this book. It can’t help but make you a more impactful coach if you read it and understand why great coaches spend time on creating strong agreements with their clients on hire to make the most out of coaching.

I wish I had read this book in 2007 when I hired my first coach. It would have benefited me tremendously. I wish he had read this book because it would have benefited him tremendously.

As if you had to guess, I’d give this a 5 out of 5!

I must thank Steve Chandler for encouraging me to move it to the top of my reading list recently. 

With love and appreciation,
Coach and Author of Sweet Sharing – Rediscovering the REAL You

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