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So, about those Executive Coaches..

You might be hearing it over and over again, as you learn about us. Your Ninja will help you achieve this. Your Ninja will coach you through that. Your Ninja will be there for that. But who are these Ninjas, exactly? Well, they are professional Executive Coaches who have been trained on all things stress and goal setting.

If you’re not familiar with the ‘Executive Coach’ term, we wanted to give you a bit of insight into what you can expect from our Ninjas. What exactly is a Executive Coach? What can they help you with? What are people saying about them?

Well, putting it simply, a coach will help you set goals and get the most out of your day-to-day. Is your goal making more time for rest and relaxation? Or perhaps it’s learning how to manage your workplace stress? Whatever it may be, a coach is who will hold you accountable for reaching your goals, while also creating a plan with you on how to achieve them.

This definition, we realize, is rather broad - but there’s a reason. Your goals may be completely different from your coworker down the hall, your partner, or your roommate. Executive Coaches are trained on various different situations and scenarios so that you are getting exactly what you need out of your coach.

A few myths have emerged surrounding executive coaches as they’ve gained popularity, and we wanted to break them down for you here. We want to be sure you have all information you need to know as you learn about us.

For starters, coaching doesn’t have to be reserved just for when you’re having problems. Coaching has now emerged as a tool to help you expand on your strengths, not just help you eliminate your weaknesses. Companies have even taken note of this - using coaches to help their top employees get even better. Good coaching hones in on individual’s strengths with the goal of getting their client to achieve even more out of life and work - therefore living a better and more enriching life.

Another myth? Coaching is too time consuming - and too expensive. Luckily, that’s not the case. Coaching practices call for meeting or speaking with your coach two to three times a month, with each of these sessions lasting from 20 to 45 minutes. To cut down on costs, we’ve made sure that services at MyWorkNinja are as affordable as possible, with that first 25 minute session being just $35.

Finally - coaches give you advice, and tell you what they think that you need. Not the case. Our Ninjas don’t focus on giving you advice - they help you explore new habits based on what goals you are trying to achieve, and where you see yourself in the future. Establishing these routines are far more important than giving some advice.

Our Ninjas are excited to hear about your goals. Where do you see yourself in the future? How can we help? Really, we’re all ears.

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