SOUTHBURY, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As the year gets underway, many people, employed or unemployed, are likely wrestling with a career plan that involves research and support in order for it to succeed. But how successful can it be without the guidance of a career coach? That's the question Brian Miller, COO and President of The Entrepreneur's Source, would like you to ask.
Miller, whose Business Coaches offer training around the business opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs, is recognizing International Coaching Week, which begins on February 1st. Miller notes that recruiting the support of a business coach for a career change is no different from athletic coaches or vocal coaches - their purpose is to help you, as an individual, achieve your lifestyle, wealth and equity goals.
"It is common practice for people to enlist accountants, lawyers and other business experts for help in running a business - these people specialize in very specific areas," said Miller. "That's why it's beneficial to have the guidance of a franchise business coach who can streamline and clarify your approach to your career and or franchised business."
The following are questions that Miller recommends aspiring business owners ask themselves to help determine if a business coach can help them with a career change:
Miller says that if you answered "yes" to any of these questions, it would be beneficial for you to consider using a franchise business coach to discover the many possibilities of business ownership available today.
"Business Coaches assist people in reaching life's goals by identifying whether business ownership is a vehicle to get them there," said Miller. "And for those who do go into business ownership, we offer the guidance to increase profits and attain their expectations."