An Honest Reflection About BRAIN WASHING -WORST LIFE COACH

I am convincing one of my coaching clients to stay in a job that she hates. Why you ask? Because if she quits then she won’t be able to afford to still see me. I know this sounds pretty bad but the reality is… I need her to keep seeing me so I can afford nice things. I just booked a trip for 12 nights in Las Vegas next month. Should I feel bad about this? Maybe… probably. But I don’t. I can’t. I would feel even worse if I couldn’t afford a nice vacation so… there it is. Today was a good day.

I saw 7 coaching clients today and each one went very well. It’s interesting because when I am working with these people I am always thinking… “What can I say to make sure they come back to see me next week?” It’s the nature of the business I guess. It’s like brainwashing in a way. I don’t think many Life Coaches will be this honest. I guess that is the beauty of being anonymous. I can be honest.

At my coaching office, I try to make EVERYTHING as routine as possible – from the method of payment, to the parking, to the temperature in the room. I find that the less unpredictable variables there are the more likely I can create a routine for these people. I think I should stop writing at this point. I am feeling kind of creepy being so honest.

-WORST LIFE COACH

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  1. In that situation I would questioning what about her job she finds difficult, and if her thoughts about her experiences are true?

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  2. Your honesty is refreshing. It’s disappointing that people would do this kind of thing – i.e. put their own interests above that of the client – but I suppose it happens in many service industries.

    At least you’re admitting it – albeit anonymously.

    You’d better hope none of your clients ever read this 😉

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