Everything You Need to Know About Life Coaching
Everything you need to know about life coaching and how to know if you need one
A Life Coach is a leader who holds our clients as powerful and capable no matter what in every area of their life.
A Life Coach is a master of habit change whose job is to help you adopt health-promoting habits (physically and emotionally) and teach you how to quit the health-impeding ones.
A Life Coach transforms fear into truth about what is holding their clients back from following through with their goals.
A Life Coach is a habit facilitator whose job is to help you adopt health-promoting habits and teach you how to quit the health-impeding ones.
A Life Coach utilizes high levels of empathy and understanding because, often, they have already been in your shoes! And they will never judge you.
A Life Coach is not a guru and is far from perfect. In fact, a Life Coach shows you how to accept your weaknesses, and struggles, and transform them into opportunities for growth.
A Life Coach is someone who has the communications skills to connect effectively to their clients and establish a safe space for mutual trust and vulnerability.
A Life Coach masterfully guides their clients through all Big 5 areas for personal development: Money, Career/Calling, Relationships, Health, That Which is Greater
A Life Coach is someone who has the ability to break down complex theories into easy-to-understand aha-s, and they also know how to swap overwhelm with excitement for learning new things.
A Life Coach is someone who helps their clients, and themselves, overcome fear in order to create the life they want.
How to know if you need a coach? Easy. If you read through this list pausing at each section and saying to yourself “Oh, wow, I really want that!”- then working with a coach might be a really good fit for you.
An introspective self-check you can do next is to ask yourself: “If money was not a factor, would I invest into myself and my personal growth by hiring a coach to help me nail down my goals and hold me accountable to pursue them?”
Whatever answer comes to you first, without you over-rationalizing it, is your pointer what to do next.
~ Your heart knows.
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