Imagine using Gamification to Level up Your Coaching Practice
It is understandable for coaches to experience frustration when clients fail to attain measurable results. It's common for them to feel insecure about their abilities and experience self-doubt. They can even fall victims to the imposter syndrome, which happens when qualified people struggle to accept their accomplishments and have some trouble believing they deserve the recognition they've earned. They end up feeling like frauds.
Thankfully, gamification can be used as a habit tracker for coaches.
We, The Habit Ninjas, have been using this concept in our coaching practice. It helps people monitor healthy learning habits and remain accountable for their goals by implementing game elements that reward each accomplishment. Recent research suggests that gamification can improve development and increase results.