nighttime routine for life coaching clients

Nighttime Routine for Your Life Coaching 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 that allows them to recover and then focus on the goals they have set out for themselves. Read more

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Is This Year Going to Be the Same as the Last? Are You Any Different?

Perhaps you have goals you’ve been thinking about for a while such as losing weight, improving a relationship, or changing your job.  Maybe you’ve been thinking about becoming a Life Coach for a while but you’ve been putting it off. Or….you’ve already become a Certified Life Coach and now it’s really time to build your practice.

To achieve these goals in 2017, you must be different than you were last year and approach your goals with another mindset.

Are you any different than you were?  Have you become more confident, committed, persistent, inspired, or motivated?  Are you stronger in character, more committed to your vision?  If so, build upon these qualities to propel you toward your goals. Read more

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Walking Your Talk As A Life Coach

When people consider becoming a life coach they often feel that they need to be the “perfect” person and be on track with their life in order to be a good coach. The good news is that there is no perfect person.  We are always in process, not in perfection.  After people become certified as a life coach we hope people stay in process and continue to be an even better human being and create an even better life for themselves.

We are in process on a daily basis as each day presents opportunities to live by our principles and make new choices.

What is walking your talk as a life coach?  How do you really model the values and behaviors of a Certified Coach?    Here are 7 things for you to consider:

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