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How do you know if you need a professional coach?

Answer: You do. . . if you want to get better at getting better.

A few years ago, I was introduced to a book by Doug Lemov called Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better. It was actually my friend Barron Ryan who first recommended the book, and he’s certainly someone who knows a thing or two about getting better at getting better. (Need proof?)

In Doug’s book, he tells a story of a young, successful surgeon at the top of his field. Even still, that man wanted to be better at performing surgery. It never happened until he hired a professional coach.

I regularly use a professional coach to help me get better. What about you? Are you interested in getting better at getting better in any of these three areas?

  • Fundraising
  • Governance
  • Leadership

If you are, let’s talk.

Kent Stroman
America’s ASKing Coach

PS: I’d love to craft a professional coaching plan that’s exactly right for you. Let’s get started today.
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