How to Become a Life Coach
Life coaches help their clients discover what is most important to them, help them perform at optimum levels, and achieve what it is they most desire. They work one-on-one with their clients, either in person or over the phone, and help them in their personal development and in meeting personal goals.
If you like helping people and are a charismatic and energetic person, then life coaching might be a good career choice for you. Let's first examine what a life coach is and does, then we'll go into more detail on the process of how to become a life coach.
The practice evolved out of executive coaching, which itself drew on techniques developed in leadership training and management consulting. It also borrows from disciplines such as sociology, psychology, career counseling, mentoring and other types of counseling. Coaches may apply mentoring, behavior modification, behavior modeling, values assessment, goal-setting and other techniques in their practice.
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