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What I’ve learned from $60k in Coaching

What if the greatest investment you could ever make is in yourself?

Have you ever noticed how the most successful entrepreneurs and leaders all share a common trait? 

They possess an insatiable thirst for learning. 

Being coachable means acknowledging that there’s always room for improvement and being open to new perspectives and ideas. 

Related podcast episode: The Secret To Your Next Breakthrough

Whether it’s in sports, career development, or even in relationships, embracing coachability can unlock a world of opportunities for personal and professional growth. 

So, let’s dive right in and explore what I learned from spending $60k in coaching. 

Staying Coachable

One of the essential elements of being coachable is accepting and embracing constructive feedback. Your natural tendency might be to resist criticism or view it as a personal attack.

However, by shifting your perspective, you can view feedback as a precious gift, an opportunity to grow and refine your skills. One of the biggest reasons we hire a coach is for them to help guide us.  But if we’re resisting their guidance and direction, is it really even worth it? By truly listening, reflecting, and implementing suggested changes, you can elevate your performance to new heights.

“Sometimes, when we look at a coaching program and investing, we see it in this finite container of what it’s going to give us for that short duration of time without looking at the ripple effects that it has on the rest of your life.” Renae Fieck

Uncover Fear and Self-Limiting Beliefs

Often, our biggest obstacles to growth lie within ourselves. Fear and self-limiting beliefs can hinder your progress and prevent you from realizing your true potential. However, being coachable demands that you confront these inner thoughts head-on. A coach can help you identify and challenge your self-imposed limitations, providing the support and encouragement needed to break free from your comfort zones. 

Listen to this related podcast episode: 6 Habits Of A CEO With Flow

Staying Accountable to Yourself and Your Goals

One of the most significant benefits of having a coach is having accountability. When you have someone to hold you accountable for your actions and progress, you become more focused and committed. By regularly checking in and evaluating your progress, we stay on track. This level of accountability accelerates your growth and propels you toward success.

“When we start to invest in ourselves, your vision grows, your belief grows, your possibility grows, everything begins to grow.” Renae Fieck

Listen today as we talked about:

  • The most important thing you should be investing in as a business owner
  • The networking benefits when joining a coaching program that few people are talking about
  • Why being coachable can make or break your success
  • How do you know which program is the BEST one for you


By adopting a learning mindset, embracing feedback, conquering your fears, and cultivating accountability, you will be able to unlock your full potential and embark on a transformative journey of personal growth.

If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @renaefieck.

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