When beginning a Coaching session, the Coach should have access to his resources to ensure that the meeting will be as effective as possible. That is why many coaches use various techniques before the meeting to quiet the mind and leave their own worries and private life outside the room where the session takes place.
Being absorbed by one’s own life and worries may decrease the effectiveness of the coach’s interventions due to lesser concentration or impaired analytical capabilities. The coach should devote 100% of his attention and concentration to The client during their meeting.
If – for various reasons – it is impossible for the coach to focus only on The client’s affairs and the process itself, it is recommended that in appropriate advance he postpones the session.