Nancy Salzman
Nancy Salzman

Why Be a Coach with Executive Success Programs?

Coaches, generally speaking, enjoy helping people from point A to point B. Whether it’s in sports, business or personal goals, it takes a certain type of person to (1) want to become a coach and (2) do a pretty good job at it.

We sat down with one of our professional coaches, Sean Craney, and asked him a few questions about why—in addition to his profession as a writer and editor—he chose to pursue this career with Executive Success Programs.

What changed in your life since you became a coach with ESP?

Everything! I’m more caring, focused, humane and optimistic.

What does it take for you to continue improving as a coach?

It takes focus, determination, consistency and perseverance, in a way that I have never pushed before.

What do you hope to achieve by continuing to grow as a coach?

I’m hoping to become the kind of person who when someone asks for help with an issue requiring wisdom, compassion and skill, others say, “Go talk to Sean Craney.”

Why do you think it’s important to be a coach?

Because all we have is each other and our precious time, and everyone wants a better quality of life, whether they know it or not.

What advice would you give someone who’s considering becoming a coach?

It’s a win-win, no matter the outcome. What are you waiting for?