February 23rd, 2020 by Corey Teramana

Coaching contracts can go from one week, to a few months and even a year or more. It all depends on what you need and how long it will take you to accomplish it. 

Here are some tips that most people use. As some Coaches have set packages and programs, others will leave it up to you. It’s recommended that you choose shorter intervals so you can use them as milestones. Once you successfully complete one thing, then you can move on the the next short term contract. (If the Coach will let you.)

As far as evaluating your needs, it’s good to break it down so you can be exact on THE REAL ISSUE to work on! 

Ask yourself,

1.) “What exactly am I being Coached on?”

2.) “When ___(This specific event or feeling happens)___ I will consider this a success”

3.) Are there components to your action plan or stages to your success? If so, write those out and try and make about three main steps or milestones to hit your main goal. If there are more than that or too many topics to stay specific, hone down your Coaching goals and objectives.

It’s recommended to stay out of being vague and general. Many Coaching agreements span for 30 days to 90 days. Depending on the nature of your goals and Coaching regimen, your agreement could be as long as 6 to 12 months.

NOTE: Try and have a clear goal and outcome so you can measure it as a solid benchmark.

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