Are you ready to take on a new challenge in 2019? Do you want to help people create positive momentum forward in their lives? Are you excited by the idea of being an ally in someone’s journey toward a more compelling and fulfilling life? Consider becoming a life or spiritual coach this year! This field is not only growing steadily, …
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.
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, you will have the opportunity to work with many people who desire change in one or more areas of their lives. You will help clients identify their goals, create plans to reach their goals, and take action on their goals to make the change that they want.
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 …
You’ve completed a Life Coach Certification Program and are now a Certified Life Coach. You have a detailed marketing strategy to follow. What now? How does your life look now? Have you thought ahead to what your days as life coach will be like?
Reason 1: You love to help people. People always come to you with their problems. You find great joy in contributing to other. As helping people comes naturally, you might as well make a good living doing it as a coach! Reason 2: Serving others is an expression of your higher purpose. Are you in a job that isn’t fully