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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a question from a listener about how to find a coach or mentor for personal growth.

 

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  • Steve
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    Thanks Joel and Antonia for your tips on this subject.
    I would personally like to hear much more around this topic. I was going to simply ask a few questions in this comment, but then more and more questions came up for me. Would you consider doing a full podcast on it (when you’ve finished your round-up on all the types)?
    Here are a few questions/subjects I thought of. I’m sure other listeners could add more as subject matter for a podcast.
    1. How does personality type come into play with a coach/mentor? Eg, It would be great to find a coach of the same type as you who has gone through similar issues and become successful at similar goals. Or at least know your type well enough to give advice that fits/gels with you. Eg, not too much “Feel the feeling…” when I’m an Accuracy driver.
    2. How would other typologies come into play? Eg, Grave’s Model levels; find a mentor successful at the same level, or one level higher than you? Can a coach even help you graduate a level?
    3. How do you distinguish between a coach/mentor that has achieved the outward signs of success (outer-world goal attainment for extroverts) versus styles/achievements more suited to introverts? Introverts may well have things they can learn from extroverted ways of doing things, but will it really be authentic to themselves?
    4. Could you share more about the variety of ways you’ve seen coaching and mentoring being used by various people? I’m sure there’s many ways (as you touched on a few in the PHQ) that it could work, and it could be an eye-opener to be aware of more options.
    Anyway, that’s enough for now.
    Listeners, please comment if you’re interested.
    Thanks again, Steve.

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