Why (Have) a Life Coach?
That’s the big question.
Why (have) a life coach?
The coach possesses:
- Listening skills
- Questioning skills
You, the client, gain clarity through:
- Identification of any type of barrier holding you back (self-held or external)
- Identification of your strengths (skills, approaches, styles)
- Identification of areas you want to develop (either in terms of the outcome you want or as interative development along the way)
- Focusing on outcomes & actions that will deliver any aspect of what you want to improve or change
- Connection with core values, events & actions in your life. Understanding how they join up and make you who you are and more importantly what they mean in terms of why you want what you want
- Choices in how you approach your outcome. You will re-discover who or what is available to you
- Purpose because the dots join up
- Ownership because both short & long term gains are about how you connect with your desires, believe in them, choose what’s relevant, discard what isn’t, find the pace you know you can commit to and orchestrate it. You will never commit to someone else’s plan or approach in the same way
- Momentum because the steps are clearer, meaningful, as small or as big as you want them to be with non-judgmental support throughout your coaching time
That tripped off the tongue nicely. I ‘heart’ my job 🙂
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