If you're in a rut, in your personal life, professional life, spiritual life or in a relationship, life coaching is for you.
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I help you reach your goals in the most efficient, effective and rewarding way possible. Life coaches are more than just a counselor or consultant, I will walk you through the achievement process from beginning to end, from the planning stage all the way through the execution stages.
One of the best things that life coaches do is to equip you with tactics that will help you make better decisions for yourself and your future. I will walk you through the process until you start developing that problem solving mindset. This mindset will start to work its way into your everyday life and change how you make decisions on a daily basis.
Life coaches usually don’t give advice or tell you what to do. I try to help you find what feels right for you by helping you reveal the answers to yourself through discussion, suggestions, brainstorming and reflection.
There are quite a few key distinctions that separate life coaching and therapy. Life coaches do not treat issues like depression, anxiety, or mental illnesses. It’s important to realize that when you sign up for life coaching, you will not be getting a therapist.
As a life coach, I'm not so concerned with past information to find out why things are happening to you; it might come up in conversation but I'm mainly interested in where you are and where you want to go. People are creatures of habit and sometimes we want to break through. I work with you to get out of your own way, giving you tools to be more self aware and live a better life.
A consultant, athletic coach or best friend. Although life coaches are someone you consult about strategies and goals, they are life specialists, not specific specialists like a business consultant or an athletic trainer. They may specialize in certain areas that benefit your performance in these areas, but they are helping you reach your goals, not giving you data on how to grow your business, or how often you need to eat to reach your weight goals.
Life coaches may also seem like a friend at times because they are encouraging, inspiring and fully invested in helping you reach your goals, but this does not make them a friend nor does it replace the importance of having friends. Your life coach may be demanding and hard on you sometimes because it is a goal-focused relationship and when you succeed, they succeed.