National Coaches Day is celebrated annually on October 6 and is a day for people to honor a coach who made a difference in their lives. Coaches help people successfully cross the finish line by offering guidance, support and education. Not all coaches stand on the sidelines with a whistle calling plays and guiding a sports team to victory.
TES Coaches Help People Discover New Path
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Coaches at TES help provide clients with the tools they need to take charge of their future and achieve financial freedom. Their mission is to help clients define their Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity™ goals and hold them accountable to their dreams. They help hard-working Americans evaluate their opportunities, assess their strengths and create a list of clearly defined short- and long-term goals.
Every TES coach possesses an abundant growth mindset. They focus on creating possibilities for their clients while achieving their own version of the American dream. Our coaches operate a home-based business with high profits that is recession-proof. Helping other people fulfill their dreams is a rewarding business opportunity.
“The success of our clients is our only business. We are focused on the client and what is best for them,” said Lisa Gustafson, a TES coach in Colorado. “We create a safe zone for them to explore franchising. If someone interacts with us and finds it’s not the right path, we consider that clarity and a success.”
History of National Coaches Day
President Richard Nixon signed a proclamation on September 19, 1972, to create a day each year to honor our nation’s coaches. While a coach’s performance is typically measured by the number of wins or losses they tally up each season, an effective coach understands success isn’t determined by the number on the scoreboard. Coaches who focus on building strong relationships have the opportunity to see their players or clients achieve their dreams.
“Coaches are highly qualified teachers — in highly specialized fields,” President Nixon said in his speech at the signing. “But more than that, they are friends and counselors who help instill in their players important attitudes that will serve them all their lives.”
National Coaches Day was part of other important milestones in the sports world during Nixon’s administration. The president’s signing of the proclamation came shortly after the implementation of Title IX, which provided equal footing for women in sports. The new law prevented sports teams that are part of an education program or receiving federal financial assistance from excluding female players.
Learn More About TES
If you are interested in plotting a new course, visit www.entrepreneurssource.com to learn more about our no-cost, career ownership coaching, or check out our guidebook, “Your Career 2.0®: A Survival Guide for The Battered Career and Investor Syndrome®.”