Leading Professionals to New Successes
Professionals are already successful, or they wouldn't have achieved their professional status. They have become educated, degreed, licensed, and established. Doctors, lawyers, accountants, insurance agents, financial brokers, real estate agents, and many other types all make decisions on behalf of their clients. They act in good faith and do their best for the sake of someone else. This is why they are respected and even revered in our society. But this doesn't mean they are infallible when charting their own course.
No matter who you are, there will be blindspots. The smaller minded professionals don't even realize or admit their blindspots. But, the more aware and wiser ones will know they exist and want to do something to reduce them. As a business coach and mentor, I have many times had the privilege of being trusted to find another's blindspot. When a professional becomes aware of the important part of their lives that they have missed, or have just seen a new market area to penetrate (because they had never looked in that direction before), it is a wonderful thing to see the revitalized energy and excitement in their eyes.