I've been experimenting and implementing self-coaching techniques for the past few years, and through this experience, I am convinced that self-coaching is an essential life skill.
It is beneficial for those of us in the professional field who are faced with an ever-changing, fast-paced and demanding work environment.
Implementing this skill, like any life skill, takes time.
I have dedicated a lot of time to research about self-coaching and have compiled a list of resources on the topic.
If you are interested to learn more about self-coaching, here are the three best FREE resources that I highly recommend:
Ed Batista's The Art of Self-Coaching
Ed Batista created this public course while at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. The course was routinely one of the school's highest-rated electives during his tenure as a Professor for the school.
Evercoach's The Ultimate Guide to Self-Coaching Techniques
This guide provides a basic understanding and techniques you can implement to coach yourself. While it targets those who want to coach as a profession, it gives an overview of self-coaching and the tools to implement yourself easily.
The Life Coach School Podcast
This podcast covers various topics on coaching as a professional skill, but within the podcast, they also cover various self-coaching topics that you can apply in everyday life. The Life Coach School, helmed by Brooke Castillo, also created the Self-Coaching Model that you can apply to coach yourself to get the results you want.