Mutually beneficial 

Coaching can be an extremely powerful activity if both the coach and the coachee become part of a true common agenda that does not necessarily follow the context of the conversation but extends itself to real life examples. I am sharing what for me was at the beginning a simple engaging conversation to another level of awareness of what is happening around me. I felt that both of us were benefitting from the process developing our ability to analyze a subject with clarity. This clarity helped to quickly create scenarios and select the best options. Most strikingly was that both of us left the meeting with the idea of achievement regardless the fact that we were coaching or being coached. That made me feel good about it. 

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