@jasonlittle if you're looking for one I have an amazing friend who is in our industry but does life coaching on the side. When I was going through my divorce last year, she spent 4 solid months of productive sessions with me.
@andycleff hit the nail on the head when he said we get caught up with being the hero with answers. I will admit that when I facilitate a session with execs and the light bulbs go off it is an amazing feeling. Almost like a drug that I immediately want more of.
Which is why I have a circle of those to radiate successes and failures with. We aren't necessarily "coaching each other" per se. More like we encourage each other. Sometimes that means giving some tough love, or ask some probing questions that reveal a blind spot. Very thankful to have many around me I can do that with.
Yes, I am a "coach" and yes, I don't have all the answers. But rather than recognize who is the coach and who is the "coachee" I just want to partner with people with the goal of improving my work and the work of the community at large.
I'll get down off my pulpit now lol.