Life coaching helps individuals live their lives to the fullest by introducing new perspectives to realize hidden potential.
Life coaches offer tools to identify limiting beliefs that sabotage growth. Good coaching naturally creates an arena to build new expanding, constructive beliefs. Life coaching helps individuals identify strengths and weaknesses and provides strategies for personal development based on their client’s strengths.
Life coaches aren’t counselors or therapists; they are not usually qualified to diagnose or treat mental health matters. The life coaches’ primary role is to provide a system that makes it easier for their clients to achieve their goals.
A good coach can help identify the hidden strengths, passions and deep rooted desires of their clients. But, more importantly, they can, AND DO, help their clients create a plan of action to turn dreams into reality!
Life coaches help their clients identify good habits, which move their lives forward, and bad habits which hold them back. Moreover, it’s the coach’s responsibility to provide the necessary guidance and support to facilitate their client’s objectives.
Areas of focus include but are not limited to work and life balance, improved communication skills, empowerment, parenthood and family issues, professional fulfillment, motivation, stress reduction, awakening, self-esteem and finding and maintaining satisfying relationships.