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20 Questions That Both Coach and Client Should Be Asking

Asking questions can help the coach to understand the client’s progress, challenges, and needs, and to provide appropriate guidance, support, and resources to help them reach their goals.

Weekly reflection is important because it allows individuals to take a step back and assess their progress and accomplishments over the past week. This can help them identify areas where they have been successful and areas where they need to improve. Reflecting on one’s past performance can also help individuals set goals for the coming week and develop a plan to achieve them.

      1. What did you accomplish this week towards your goals?
      2. What obstacles did you face and how did you overcome them?
      3. What are your priorities for next week?
      4. What support or resources do you need to achieve your goals?
      5. What did you learn this week?
      6. What did you enjoy most this week?
      7. What did you find challenging this week?
      8. How are you feeling about your progress?
      9. How are you feeling about your business/career overall?
      10. What are your current stressors or concerns?
      11. What are your current wins or successes?
      12. What are you currently working on?
      13. Are you on track to achieve your goals?
      14. What do you need to improve on?
      15. Are there any areas where you are stuck?
      16. What is your next step?
      17. What are your current priorities?
      18. Are you getting the support you need?
      19. What are you most excited about?
      20. What are you most worried about?

Coaching questions can be a helpful tool for guiding the reflection process. These are open-ended questions that are designed to help individuals explore their thoughts and feelings about a particular topic. Some examples of coaching questions include: “What did you learn this week?”, “What did you do well?”, “What would you do differently next time?”, and “What are you proud of?”. These questions can help individuals gain insight into their thoughts and behaviors, and can also help them identify areas for improvement.

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