So you want to become a life coach?
Not too many years ago, the term “coach” referred to the person encouraging you to run faster or throw further on a sports field.
Today if someone says, “I’m working with a coach,” they’ve likely hired someone to help them facilitate change and reach their goals. As a certified life coach myself and someone who has had a coach, I can attest to the powerful benefits of coaching.
Whatever you want to achieve, coaching helps you real your goals faster, with more clarity and confidence.
If you have toyed with the idea of becoming a life coach, you’re considering a profession that truly changes lives for the better.
Whether you work with individuals or in a business setting, you’ll help people become more capable and resourceful and enjoy more satisfaction in all areas of their lives.