Congratulations, thats great news. I’m really pelased that you’ve got this far without the help or support of a coach! However, I often compare this sceanrio to a game of golf! (Not that I am any good at golf!) But if you can imagine there are 2 people setting out to play golf. 1 has chosen to book a series of lessons with the Golf professional at the local golf club, and goes every week for a lesson, whilst the other heads out first to the driving range, and quickly moved to their first round. The later of these plays golf far quicker than the former. And, if they do this frequently soon learns through trial and error, brute force and ignorance to become quite a good golfer. Whilst the other may have started off slowly, 8 years later one is playing in the masters whilst the other watches on the TV from the local municiple golf club house! On a more personal note, my brother and I were both taught music from an early age. I was always the entertainer, where as he was always the musician. All these years later and I can still play a good tune whilst he is conducting orchestra’s all over the world! It’s great you have achieved everything you have already, I genuinely salute you. However, there will come a time where you hit a glass ceiling, through which you cannot break without the help and support of someone to guide you how. Coaching teaches you more about yourself than any book or look in the mirror, it will help you play to your strengths and learn from your weaknesses, untilately it will help you become the most elite version of you that you can be!