Most coaches fail to take full accountability for their client’s success. When the client doesn’t reach their goals, most coaches tell them they didn’t follow their instructions or work hard enough, or, worse yet, they blame them for being “uncoachable.”He believes that a great coach should ensure that the client sees a return on their investment, not just push the responsibility onto them. He believes that an effective coach should not only guide but also ensure that clients achieve monetary benefits. His critique highlights a commitment to delivering real value and fostering genuine progress, setting a standard for accountability and client-focused outcomes in the coaching industry.