For decades successful athletes, singers and actors have employed personal coaches to get them to be the absolute best by accessing their deepest level of natural talents and bringing it forth. People who use coaches achieve remarkable results in their personal and professional lives. They have substantial advantage over those who don’t. Those who use coaches are on the fast track to closing the gap between where they are and where they want to be. Your coach can help you unleash your own greatness!
A life coach asks both tough and gentle questions to illuminate the answers you have within. Pointing out different perspectives on issues you struggle with. Brainstorming with you to improve relationship and work conflicts with yourself and others. Life coaching can help you with all aspects of your life: family, career, finances, relationships, living environment, health and spirituality!
How is life coaching different from: Therapy, sports coaching, consulting or your best friend?
• Therapy. Coaching is not therapy. Coaches don’t work on “issues” or get into the past or deal much with understanding human behavior. Rather, they help move you forward with focus on setting and achieving personal and professional goals that will provide the life you really want.
• Sports Coaching. Personal coaching includes several principles from sports coaching, such as teamwork, going for goals, ‘being your best’. But unlike sports coaching, most life coaching is not competition or win/lose based. Coaches strengthen your skills rather than focus on beating the other team. It’s a ‘win/win’ focus.
• Consulting. Coaching is a form of consulting, but the coach stays with you to help you implement the new skills, changes and goals to make sure they really happen.
• Best friend. A best friend is wonderful to have. But is your best friend a professional whom you can trust to advise you on the most important aspects of your life and/or business? Does a best friend know the right questions to ask? Can a best friend provide meaningful distinctions, and point you in the direction of valuable resources? Will a best friend push you beyond your limits? Have a best friend and a coach.
Bright, articulate women and men who:
• Value personal and professional development
• Want to make a difference in their families, organizations and communities
• Want more out of life than they are getting now
• Are willing to explore and discover new possibilities
• Understand that investing in themselves will result in a big payoff