Identifying the Blindspots in Your Group Coaching Program

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Super important question:

How do you feel about country music–specifically Taylor Swift? 

The girl is seriously amazing. She has a strong message and isn’t afraid to deliver it. Oh…and let’s not forget her business savvy. 

I remember seeing her in concert many years ago when she was just starting out. She was opening for George Strait (yes, I am a fan of country music and the movie Pure Country) and I was just amazed at how great she was on stage as a teenager. Truth: she put on a better show than George.  

Anyway, there is a line in one of Taylor’s songs, Mean, where she says “But you don’t know what you don’t know” 

It’s a simple line, but in my mind very profound.  

Fact:

You DON’T know what you don’t know.  

Blindspots.

You know how you get rid of blindspots? You put mirrors in place to see where you can’t.  That’s how.  

So, here’s my question to you: 

What mirrors can you put up to help you see the blindspots in your group coaching program? 

Often, we are not able to see what is going on because we are IN the situation; our perspective is off.  

So, you want to put some mirrors in place that give you a different perspective. 

Perhaps you hire someone (you know like me) to step into your program and take a look around from a different vantage point.  

Another simple way to get a different perspective is to talk with your clients. Ask for their feedback and make sure you have your evaluation system set up.  (You can get more info on that right HERE.

By getting new perspectives and allowing a consultant and/or your clients to offer their feedback you’ll get the information to refine and improve your process and program…

You’ll be able to know now what you didn’t know then (yes I love Toby Keith too).  

So, what are things you can do right now, to help you figure out what you don’t know so you are able to fill the gaps and help your clients get the results you promise from your program? 

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