Why do you coach?
The past few weeks have been difficult. I’m soul-searching and working hard to be a good leader for the people whose lives I affect and impact. It’s incredible to know that you CAN and DO impact others in such a profound way.
What began as something that looked incredible (totally watching other people do amazing things) has turned into the most fulfilling adventure for me and countless others. I’m the one doing the amazing things but not by my own might….God has truly done a work in me. It’s difficult to put into words, but the point of this post is to do just that; to share my heart.
Why do I coach? Because one message of hope and excitement is enough to fill me up for days. Because we are debt free. Because my family can generously give to others. Because I’m in the best shape mentally and physically that I’ve EVER been. Because I have a purpose that changes the lives of people all over the world. Because I love fitness and the relationship that is formed when you encourage someone to believe in themselves and go after their dreams. Because I never allowed myself to dream and am living a life that I could NEVER have imagined.
I coach so that others will experience Christ. I coach so that others will experience joy and accomplishment and so that the people who come into my life will be forever changed.
I work tirelessly to provide training and resources and fun to my team because I believe that what I do matters.
So when I share a post, a picture and silly little article it’s because I’m reaching out to that person who needs to see it/hear it/feel it and be changed. I’m sharing because I know that there are many people out there who have never heard a positive word or who need to put themselves first for a while because they are tired of being tired.
I love coaching. I love what I can share with someone else that will change their life forever. And I love that God has placed this passion and this drive in me to keep moving forward no matter what believing that He will give me the strength and the compassion to run this race.
” let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us” Hebrews 12:1