The purpose of Support-for-Action is to strengthen the client's motivation to follow through with the actions needed to achieve what is wanted. Motivation does not exist by accident. The activities of Support-for-Action are intended to assist the coach in evaluating and strengthening the client's motivation to take action in support of goal attainment. Whether the goal is personal change or something different matters not. During Support-for-Action, reflection is used to put a spotlight on Change Talk. Reflecting Change Talk has two advantages: First, clients hear echoes of their expressions of importance, confidence, and readiness, which multiplies the effect of those expressions; and second, it encourages people to elaborate on the Change Talk itself. Reflection is much like a Swiss Army knife in that it has several uses all contained within a single tool. Practitioners of Motivational Interviewing employ several types of reflection: simple reflection, complex reflection, amplified reflection, understated reflection, double-sided reflection, and metaphoric reflection.