Here’s a checklist for your consideration:

  • Are they accredited? If not, seriously consider finding someone who is.
  • What training/qualifications do they have?
  • How long have they been practising?
  • Who do they generally work with?
  • What topics do they prefer working with?
  • How do they work with their clients?
  • How much do they charge?
  • Can they provide testimonials?

These are just some of the key considerations worth addressing before you decide to part with your hard-earned money and invest in your chosen coach or mentor. Remember, it’s not even just about the money, you can usually get a refund, but what about the damage that can be caused by working with a non-accredited individual, that can’t so easily be put right if at all!

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