They must do the assigned work and make a commitment to change.
Coaching implies a relationship of mutual growth, based on trust, honesty, transparency, confidentiality, goodwill, good faith and, of course, on an extremely sound professional coaching background.
Nevertheless, in order to guarantee the effectiveness of a coaching programme, it's necessary that the coachee respects the pre-condition of willingness. In other words: the client has to spontaneously "adhere" and support the coaching activities, assuring involvement and engagement.
Spirit of openness and willingness to connect with themselves
Motivated to make changes
Time to do the work between sessions as I am big believer in momentum and rapid progress
My clients know and accept that for coaching and our partnership to be succcessful they need to show up dlfor their appointments on time, be present in the sessions, and do the work necessary in between their sessions.
They just have to be ready for a change, to be honest when people pay for the session they want it to work as it is costing them money - and I can't blame them. In this state of change the client will make a change more quickly.
Willingness to learn
First, my clients have to decide they want to change their body.
Then, they have to commit to that decision.
Third, they will enjoy success by relying on me for support, asking me questions and telling me when they are having a problem.