What is Life Coaching?

November 2, 2018

The term life coach has become very popular in the last decade. Right now, it is appealing to people from all walks of life. The beauty in that is that anyone can strive to become a life coach. Unfortunately, some of the people who call themselves life coaches aren't qualified. Do your research before you hire one, and when you find a good life coach, you can expect your life to be transformed. 



Definition of a life coach


In its simplest form, life coaching is a collection of methods used to help others meet and exceed their goals. Life coaches partner with clients to ask thought-provoking questions, offer deep insight, and powerful techniques to help the client make transformational personal and professional decisions. They teach the client how to think differently, feel differently, make sound choices, look within themselves for answers, get unstuck, and offer fresh insight.



 Who do they help?


Life coaches vary in specialty. Most life coaches focus on a particular group of people to help. For example, some focus on relationships, emotional management, weight loss, self-confidence, women's empowerment, health, positive thinking, business, etc. Some coaches are more general and focus on helping clients from all walks of life meet their goals.


Often, life coaches help clients overcome the issues that they once struggled with themselves. This helps them to connect, and partner with clients on a deeper level. They are able to be compassionate about the issues 

but remain neutral at the same. Coaches can be a powerful listening ear. They are not there to judge you or your situation. However, they are there to help you achieve your goals and offer new and profound information. They provide a confidential space for you to talk about whatever you chose to talk about.


Is life coaching for you?


Life coaching is for anyone who wants to better their life in some way. Even if you don’t have any major goals to meet at this time, there is something you can gain from working with a coach. They can provide a safe place for you to share freely. They care, but they are not emotionally invested in your situation, so they can offer sound advice. Moreover, they are completely different from a therapist. They are not mental health professionals. So, it may be helpful to have both. Life coaching is for everyone who wants to grow mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and even physically from the smallest issues to the biggest.

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