It's conventional wisdom that everyone who wants to compete at a high level, needs a coach. But what does that even mean? What does a coach really do?
Gadi and Mark go deep on what coaching can be at its best, but also try to keep it practical. People hire coaches for many reasons and not all of them are the right reasons. In this episode, they talk about various types of coaching and how to think about what you really want and need from your coach. This way, you can find the right coach for you, if you really even need one at all.
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MARK: www.linkedin.com/in/markhleary | www.leary.cc
GADI: Gadi.firstname.lastname@example.org | GadiPollack.com
Engineering / Post-Production: Leo Medley
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
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