What Is the Toughest Aspect of Business Coaching? – Ask Clay Anything

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Thomas Edison once wrote the “Vision without execution is hallucination.” Clay Clark attempts to explain why holding people accountable to implementation and execution is always the toughest part of business consulting and business coaching.

Providing Candid and Constructive Business CCoaching Is Tough, Because People Are So Easily Offended

NOTABLE QUOTABLE – “People would never even ask a friend, let alone a stranger when they plan to get their haircut for fear of offending.” – Jim Gaffigan (New York Times best-selling author, comedian and entrepreneur)

NOTABLE QUOTABLE – “If you are going to be honest, you had better be funny.” – Lee Cockerell (The former Executive Vice President of Walt Disney World Resorts who once managed over 40,000 employees and 1 million customers per week)

When people don’t like the truth people typically do the following moves:

  1. Claim to forget
  2. Claim a miscommunication
  3. Emotionally argue or attack
  4. Question the ethics of the proven plans


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