We think of a family coach within our families as someone who deeply understands our lifestyles, challenges, dreams, disappointments, struggles, and habits. This is true as long as we can include ourselves. As a family coach, how should we respond and interact with our family members?
We should inspire ours and family members’ personal growth.
We should respect, except, and appreciate their uniqueness, gifting, and talents.
We should respect their personal and professional choices even if we do not agree.
We should help our family members and not expect anything in return.
We should lovingly serve them in a spirit of humility.
We should not gossip, backbite, or speak disrespectful about them behind their backs.
Family coaching is not just a title, it is one’s lifestyle in action without monetary payment.
“In the same way, let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so that everyone will praise your heavenly Father” (Matthew 5:16).
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