Life Coaching

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” - C.S. Lewis


Life Coaching

Life coaching is a professional relationship that empowers and encourages individuals to reach within themselves to dream, to believe, and strive again to achieve a desired life goal related to business, relationships, health, spirituality, and self improvement. Coaching is a motivating force to inspire others to identify obstacles and any areas of stuckness so change and growth opportunities can blossom. You are the expert on you and life coaching places that power within your hands to work so your full potential is accomplished. Coaching provide accountability, effecting planning strategies, clarity, understanding, and greater self-awareness. Life coaching will redirect you and keep you on task to reach your desired goals and outcomes. Additionally, coaches equip individuals with tactics and strategies that will guide you in making the right decisions for yourself and your future. Are you ready to dream and believe again?

Life coaching can help with a wide range of future-oriented outcomes. These may be related to the client’s work, relationships, life/work balance, or general contentment.

Specific examples include:

  • Improved performance at work as seen in greater productivity
  • Improved work performance in terms of better efficiency
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Improved relationships (more cooperation, less conflict, etc.)
  • Improved communication skills
  • Better balance of time spent at work vs. at home
  • Improved time management at home
  • Improved effectiveness of a working team
  • Improved physical health and emotional well-being

Core Concepts of Life Coaching

First, there must be a belief in the capacity for change and a motivation for change on the part of the client. Both the coach and the client must believe that change is possible for anyone who desires it and is willing to work at it. The underlying assumption is that people are creative, resourceful, and growth oriented.

Secondly, development of an increase in the client’s self-awareness is crucial to the life coaching process. This includes being willing to acknowledge one’s current strengths and limitations so that realistic attainable goals may be set for the future. Likewise, increased self-awareness of values and hopes for the future is encouraged.

A third core concept of life coaching is the importance of setting goals, followed by the client’s acceptance of accountability for reaching those goals. All life coaches facilitate the setting of goals by the client. With the coach’s help, a general statement of goals from the client becomes developed into specific measurable goals.

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