For clarification, as a "Certified Professional Coach" (MIM), I want to emphasize a crucial point: being a coach doesn't necessitate expertise in the coachee's subject matter. Unfortunately, many individuals without recognized coaching credentials engage in mentoring, counseling, advice-giving, and other activities wrongly labeled as coaching. This not only misrepresents the essence of coaching but also undermines the credibility of certified coaches like myself.
Before seeking guidance, it's essential to clarify your needs. Do you require mentoring, counseling, consulting, or ideas for personal and business branding? For those seeking a deeper understanding of their goals, certified professional coaches like Ms. Nava can provide valuable insights. I urge you to consider your decision carefully, as impulsive choices may lead to wasted resources. Let's foster a true understanding of coaching and appreciate the expertise of certified professionals in the field.