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Why I Coach–Mattia L.

Mattia L., an expert Leland MBA, Investment Banking, Management Consulting, and Private Equity coach, outlines why he chooses to coach and what it means to him.

By Mattia L.

January 9, 2023

I coach because I believe in the power of paying it forward. Throughout my life, I have been fortunate to receive guidance and support from a number of coaches and mentors who have shaped me into the person I am today. Now, I want to use my skills and experiences to give back and help others achieve their goals and reach their full potential.

One of the main reasons I coach is because of the impact it can have on the lives of others. As a coach, I have the opportunity to work with individuals who are looking to improve their skills and work toward their ambitions. Whether it is helping an athlete improve their performance on the field or assisting a student in achieving academic success, I find great fulfillment in being able to make a positive difference in the lives of my clients.

In addition to the personal satisfaction that coaching brings, I also believe that it is important to give back to others. Throughout my life, I have received guidance and support that helped me succeed in my career. Now, I want to help others do the same. Through coaching, I can pass on the knowledge that I received to others and help them achieve their own dreams.

One of the most rewarding experiences I have had as a coach was working with a young athlete who was struggling with self-doubt. Through consistent coaching and support, I was able to help her improve her skills and build her confidence. It was truly gratifying to see the transformation that took place as she gained confidence in her abilities and achieved her goals. This experience, and others like it, have solidified my belief in the importance of paying it forward.

In conclusion, the purpose of education is not just to produce a student with abilities, but to produce fully-developed people. We should judge a student’s education, Montaigne says, “not by the testimony of their memory, but by that of their life.” Personal attention helps students perform better at school, but it also helps them develop into mature, effective, capable people. And that, surely, is what you want from an education.

School can provide a great education. But tutoring provides a personal one.

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