Finding the right business coach can help you deal with all sorts of problems, from figuring out a strategy to meet goals to balancing your professional and personal obligations, writes Gladys Edmunds. When selecting a coach, it's a good idea to check references and review his or her background. "Coaching can be a short-term arrangement, in which the coach helps you achieve one particular goal or a project, or it can be long-term, helping the client meet a number of goals and objectives," she notes.

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