Because my coaching schedule is so full I may not have the time to dedicate to new clients, so I’ve created a list of coaches that I know and can recommend, as well as, a list of recommended coaches from my network. As always, you are encouraged to find the right person for YOU! All coaches have their own styles, methods, frameworks, areas of expertise, and preferred client type. The only way to determine if you and your coach are a “match” is to learn what you can about that person via the internet (webpage, social media, email, etc.) and then set up a call. Be willing to invest in that first call rather than expecting it to be free. Although some coaches offer complimentary first calls, many do not. Coaching is a transformational enough relationship and experience to plan to make an investment including time, money, intention, and action. Don’t shortchange yourself.



About Meggin

Meggin McIntosh, PhD, known as The PhD of Productivity® is a former teacher, university professor, and director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc.