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How Group Coaching Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

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If conquering your goals last year felt like trying to juggle flaming torches on a unicycle, chances are you just didn’t have the right game plan in your corner! Group coaching could be the missing piece you haven’t yet considered. Let’s unpack the concept of group coaching, explore its benefits, and see how it could be the key to unlocking your goal achievement potential.

What is Group Coaching?

If you’re not familiar with or have never participated in group coaching, you may be unsure of what to expect.  Put simply, group coaching utilizes the expertise of a coach. It brings you together into a social, group setting where you can work toward reaching your objectives alongside similar, like-minded individuals, with the coach’s guidance. You get the privilege of learning from others’ experiences and gleaning insight from new perspectives, while also building a valuable support network.

Group coaching is an excellent option for those who…

  • Are new to coaching and want to test it out
  • Struggle with establishing accountability in working toward their goals
  • Need guidance from others who have been in similar positions
  • Want to learn from diverse perspectives
  • Prefer to socialize and network with others interested in self-development

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5 Ways Group Coaching Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

How do all the above elements of group coaching help you achieve your goals, faster and with less resistance? There are a few psychological and social principles that come into play in a group coaching setting, and these principles are proven to drive participants toward their goals in a more effective manner. Here’s how.

1. Shared Motivation

Staying motivated to work towards your goals can be challenging. However, in a group coaching scenario, you’re surrounded by individuals each striving to reach their personal goals and sustain their drive. This collective pursuit naturally cultivates a mindset of shared motivation, where encouragement and support flow freely among participants, creating a powerful atmosphere that can propel you to accomplish great feats.

2. Accountability and Positive Peer Pressure

Not all peer pressure is bad. If you’ve ever been working toward a goal and wished that someone would just give you a little bit of a push, then group coaching might be just what you need. Even without explicit encouragement, simply being aware that your peers are diligently working towards their own goals and anticipating your progress can provide a silent yet powerful source of motivation, helping you stay on track when you might be tempted to falter.

Additionally, group coaching provides a high level of accountability. Declaring your goals to a group and knowing that they will consistently follow up on your progress adds significant weight to your commitments. This public declaration to your peers amplifies the importance of meeting your promises and can greatly enhance your drive to fulfill them.

3. Diverse Perspectives

Research indicates that diversity in business environments can lead to higher profitability and a greater capacity for innovation and problem-solving compared to less diverse groups. This principle applies to group coaching as well, where the array of perspectives from different individuals can be instrumental in tackling personal challenges. The collective wisdom and varied experiences of the group provide a rich resource for new ideas and approaches. Often, a fresh perspective is all that’s needed to move past an obstacle.

4. Learning from Others

Along these lines, as you benefit from the group’s accountability and insights in a group coaching context, you’ll reciprocate by offering your support and perspective to others. Engaging with the group allows you to learn about their experiences, obstacles, tactics, and triumphs, which can in turn illuminate your path through similar challenges.

You might discover a strategy that resonates with your situation or stumble upon a solution that has not crossed your mind. Observing and reflecting on the successful actions of your peers increases the likelihood that you’ll adopt similar effective behaviors in your journey.

5. Community Spirit

Discovering a community that resonates with you comes with myriad benefits, such as enhanced well-being, a heightened sense of safety, and better social skills.

When you find a community within your coaching group, you’ll not only reap these benefits but also benefits specifically focused on achieving goals and bettering oneself. The inspiration, networking opportunities, shared resources, and shared problem-solving cannot be discounted.

The Bottom Line

Group coaching can be an excellent resource to stay on track, build a network of like-minded individuals, and ultimately, reach your goals. Yet, there’s more to discover beyond group coaching when you become a founding Arootah Mind Fitness member.

Our Mind Fitness Membership is crafted to help you focus on your goals, unlock future achievements, and foster powerful habits. Members don’t just gain entry to monthly group coaching sessions; they also get access to Arootah apps, including the Habit Coach app, along with weekly virtual workshops, live events, and more. Sign up now to get the introductory rate of just $69/month.

Disclaimer: This article is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be and should not be taken as professional medical, psychological, legal, investment, financial, accounting, or tax advice. Arootah does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or suitability of its content for a particular purpose. Please do not act or refrain from acting based on anything you read in our newsletter, blog or anywhere else on our website.

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