"We could all use a little coaching. When you're playing the game, it's hard to think of everything." - Jim Rohn
You may have heard the word coach used somewhere. We often associate it with sports. We know what a coach does. They help the sports team achieve their goals. Which is to win. But did you know Life Coaches do the same? Ideally, they are supposed to help us win too.
Life and business coaching is the secret of many successful people who are making progress with their goals and achieving their potential. Yep, I have a coach as well.
Recently someone asked me what exactly do I do as a Life Coach? Good question.
But first, here are a few things a coach IS NOT and the difference of services provided:
Now that we have the “what a Coach is not" out of the way, here's how I describe a Life Coach in a nutshell.
A coach – is a strategic business partner. The professional relationship is built on trust – that the coach supports the client in their success objectives without judgment.
If that sounds a bit too simple, here's the broader version:
A life coach is someone who aims to help and empower others to make, meet and achieve personal and professional goals.
These include but are not limited to:
So back to the question my friend asked me; what exactly I do as a Life Coach? Well, that depends on what it is you want support with.
Using my signature G.O.A.L.S methodology, I facilitate change, transition, and growth so that you reach your objectives without sacrificing your wellbeing and loved ones on the altar of success!