Working with an experienced business coach can help business owners get to grips with these and other problems. A coach can help you understand and address the root causes of problems and implement pragmatic solutions to drive growth.

The coaching process typically involves an initial meeting where the coach works with you to identify the main challenges you face in your business and lays out a plan to address them. You'll then meet up with your coach regularly (usually face to face, but it could also be by telephone or even email) to work on addressing the challenges.

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At the end of every session, you'll usually be set a number of tasks to implement the ideas and solutions discussed in the meeting. At the start of the next session, you'll review your progress to identify what worked and what didn't, and what you learned from it. In this way, your coach acts as an "accountability partner" to ensure you achieve the goals you set yourself.

Your coach can also add value by giving specific advice based on their experience of similar challenges to yours. You and your coach need to be careful: there is a danger when the coach gives advice that this can take ownership away from you leaving you less committed personally to making the changes.

On the other hand, insightful advice from a coach who has "been there before" can often really accelerate your progress in areas where you have limited experience.