We Often Put People In A Box
Updated: Apr 23
I have seen so many times how people have a box mentality in their thinking.
Similarly, around the discussion: When can you coach better?
Through many studies, or through practice?
I read with increasing astonishment how people with certainty claim insignificant things.
Coaches who studied are better than those working out of practice having a lot of life experience.
This group would loathe study and not take the least effort to read anything.
Read more underneath the picture.
You limit people if you put them in boxes like this. I have been coaching from practice for years, and I read, study, and follow courses.
I think we can even turn things around. People who coach others, out of practice, and life experience, also want to prove themselves with functional, reliable studies.
And then last but for sure not the least, I also saw people who were studying, but when it came down to practice, they missed specific skills, so things didn't go the way they should.
An acquaintance studied to work with people with disabilities. She obtained one certificate after another. But when she had to work with people, it turned out that she missed an essential thing needed in healthcare: Empathy.
The point I want to make, we can never put people in a box!
Or place them in certain groups as standard for specific behavior. People are unique! Let's keep it that way!
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