When you were five years old, you joined the tee-ball team or hockey league with visions of being the next Babe Ruth or Wayne Gretzky in your head. Yet, when you got out on that field, you discovered that you hit the tee more often than you hit the baseball, or that your butt made more contact with the ground than the stick did the puck. When your coach readjusted your stance, you accepted their input and applied it, and by the end of the season, you were that much closer to becoming the star athlete you dreamed of being.
Growing up, you accepted the guidance of your parents, trusting them when they said that everything they did was in your best interest.
In school, you accepted the lessons taught to you by your teachers, and trusted that at the very least, that knowledge would help you get into college.
So why, when individuals become business owners, do they quit seeking guidance? Running a business is one of the most important things you will do in your life, and you should treat it as such. Don’t stop asking for help. Don’t stop accepting new ideas and better ways of doing things. And most importantly, don’t stop improving.
My firm is a business and in law school they do not teach you how to run a firm or a business. In order to be able to provide my clients with the best of everything, and to help them grow and expand properly, we have sought the guidance of trusted advisors to ensure we run this firm like a business, and with a focus on providing our clients with the most value while constantly improving ourselves.
A dedicated coach can help you be the best you can be, no matter what stage of life you’re in. To see how we can help you find the coach that is right for you, visit https://jhrlegal.com/find-us/