Posts Tagged ‘Individual coaching’
Here Are Ways to Recognize a Good Life Coach…
- Custom fit the sessions for you and your issues.
- Have overcome many of their own issues.
- Are both a consultant/adviser and a coach. This will save you a lot of money, time, and in the long run, get you better results.
Yesterday, a potential individual coaching client told me that he thought life coaching was for people that are mentally ill. WOW! That blew my mind.
It’s funny how athletes think nothing of having a coach for their team, musicians will hire a tutor, and businesses have consultants. But when it comes to learning ways to live a better life there is a tendency to think there is something wrong with us if we have a life coach.
To answer the question, is life coaching for the mentally ill, the answer is NO. Life coaching is for people that want an easier, happier way to live and are either tired of trying to figure it out by themselves or want impartial, personal advice.
Other information about coaching by Vickie Champion you might be interested in:
Life coaches, like all good coaches whatever the discipline, usually have a gift for bringing out the best in their people. This can mean providing encouragement, new strategies and techniques, and on occasion, providing a dose of tough love. The rewards are better performances in all aspects of life, including family, business, personal and spiritual. When you’re ready to get clear, change things up for the better and commit to a better life hiring a personal coach is worth it.
Life Coaching is Definitely Worth it When We…
- Are ready to hear what others might have been afraid to say -- the good, the bad, the ultimate truth toward our happiness.
Just recently, a client of mine and I agreed to end her individual coaching sessions. She just couldn’t get into it. There is a right time for everything and sometimes spending the money and time on something you are not ready for, is a waste.
Life Coaching is not Worth it AT ALL When you…
- Don’t want to hear things that take you out of your comfort zone.
- Want to keep blaming everyone and everything else for your current jam.
- Are adamant to be right instead of being happier.