I am writing this letter to express my sincere gratitude for the contribution made by my coach to improve and enhance my life.
Dear Mr. Canfield,
I am writing this letter to express my sincere gratitude for the contribution made by my coach to improve and enhance my life. I do appreciate the time he spent reviewing my career goals. His advice is valuable and has given me a new perspective. For instance, I had been striving for perfectionism and as a result devoted my precious time on unwanted things. My coach identified this weakness of mine on the first coaching day and advised me that it is futile to spend time trying to do everything perfectly. I do realize that failure is a part of the learning process. Now I have decided to focus on the present and do everything to the best of my abilities and let them go. Another daily practice he recommended is to review everything daily and reflect over them and take corrective action. Another weakness I had was procrastination; He provided the keys and strategies for overcoming procrastination. Therefore I am really pleased with his coaching and will continue to practice the success principles and strategies I have acquired over the coaching period. The completion of assignments did give me time to reflect on the importance and value of the success principles given in your book. In fact I did read this book a couple of years ago but I did not digest them properly. The assignments made me to understand, grasp and digest the principles.
I take this opportunity to express my thanks to you and my coach. I do anticipate the same guidance, advice and support from you and your organization in the future also. Thank you very much.
— Kum R., Australia