Human as we are, when presented with other people’s problems, we can’t help but poke around it. Sometimes, we become too solution-oriented that we end up performing. But is it really what is going to help others? In this mid-week episode, Adam Quiney sits down for a live coaching session with Holistic Health Coach Simran Sondhi about the problems that get in her way and how he is helping her find the solutions for them. Entering a stage of transformation in her life, Simran shares her plans to leave her comfort zone and the anxieties she feels about the uncertainty that awaits. They also talk about leaning into the devastation and still remaining to love openly. Join Adam and Simran in this conversation to learn some great nuggets about taking on life amidst transformation and creating possibilities.
Most leaders and coaches are selling expertise, and frankly speaking, that doesn’t give their clients the ability to become leaders themselves. What a coach typically does is to give someone a path that they can follow and if they can’t, then they must not have been leadership material in the first place. This is where selling expertise falls short. It doesn’t give someone the ability to discover their own truth – the unique leadership potential that lurks within them. It only teaches leadership to those who look like the leader who’s teaching them. Why does this matter? It’s simply because our job as leaders is to create more leaders, not superficial mirrors of our abilities. Listen to this episode as Adam Quiney tells us what we can do to really be of service to others as leaders and coaches.