It’s that time of year again! As the end of 2018 approaches, many of us begin to think about our New Year’s Resolutions. And whether you are a believer in New Year’s Resolutions or not, the fact is that resolutions are just goals, and as life coaches, we specialize in helping people achieve their goals.
Many people experience high levels of stress during the holiday season. Although it is meant to be a time of gratitude, family and connection, it can also be a time fraught with anxiety and a feeling of groundlessness. Pressures related to family and social commitments and the copious amounts of sugary snacks can cause many of us to feel tired, …
As a new life coach, you may be tempted to accept any client that comes your way. After all, your business is new and your confidence may not yet be at its highest level. You may be unsure of what the future holds. All you know is that you want to build a successful life coaching business.
For new coaches, one of the biggest concerns is how to effectively market their businesses. Traditional techniques such as networking events, social media and content marketing are all effective ways to grow a coaching practice. Still, one of the most effective means of marketing is word of mouth referrals. Marketers understand that having someone vouch for your business, product or …
With so many of us spending much of our time online, it is no wonder that many life coaches now offer virtual coaching sessions. Fast-paced lifestyles and the relative ease of using online platforms for communication makes virtual coaching ideal for both coaches and clients alike.
There’s a lot of talks these days about the importance of staying present in your relationships. Staying present means being aware of the other person in both your listening and communication.
If you are just starting out in your life coaching career, you are likely excited and a little overwhelmed. Not only will you have to continue to develop your coaching skills through client work and study, but you will also have to run your own business and market yourself to attract new clients.
Many people have morning routines, but not as many have nighttime routines that properly prepare them for the day ahead. As a life coach, you partner with clients to help them achieve their goals related to career, relationships and finances, among other important things. It may be beneficial to encourage your clients to create a peaceful and centering nighttime routine …
One of the many benefits of a life coaching career is the flexibility it offers to its coaches. More than just location independence or work-life balance, the field allows new and seasoned coaches alike to have the flexibility to choose a niche that allows them to create a practice that is aligned with their personal interests, values, and skills.
As a life coach, your overall role is to support and encourage your clients to achieve their goals. You do this by helping them to create a vision for their lives while encouraging them to discover goals, blocks, and strategies on their own through supportive and targeted questioning.
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