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The Benefits of Life Coaching

Yoga on the Beach Life Coaching is essentially a practice that helps individuals or groups to attain certain goals and aspirations.  It involves a Life Coach, or facilitator who specializes in helping people discover their strengths, develop their weaknesses, stir up passion, awaken dreams, create goals and action plans, and give a good bit of “coaching” through the process.

A Life Coach will help you to take responsibility for your life and guide you into creating a new life or completing a goal that you have.  If you are ready for change in your life, then going to see a Life Coach may be all you need in order to create the momentum that you need to make that change.

Life Coaching is helpful, but it is not therapy in the traditional sense. A Life Coach is not a therapist or mental health counselor.  He/she is simply talented at coaching people get past hurdles and road blocks in life.

Have you ever said these kinds of things?

“I’ll get to that goal someday.”

“I am so bored with my job. I would love a new one.”

“I am at my wits end about how to get my business moving forward again.”

“I wish I could go back to school to get that degree I’ve always wanted.”

These statements, along with many more, are very real statements that hold people back on their journeys to success.  Sometimes all they need is someone to bounce these thoughts and ideas off of in order to begin thinking that things in their lives can be different.

A Life Coach can help them to recognize defeating beliefs and create action plans that will help them in achieving new goals. Utilizing simply conversation, worksheets, literature, and even homework can go a long way in someone’s life.

A Life Coach can also give a good dose of motivation and inspiration. Just as athletic coaches like to give “prep” talks, Life Coaches like to “prep” clients in the same way.  Typical Life Coaching sessions range from 30 to 45 minutes per week in person, by email, or via the phone.  The internet is a wonderful tool that Life Coaches use to coach their clients.  Some even use Skype so it is almost just like sitting in an office together, yet you can be thousands of miles apart.

If you have areas in your life that you would like to see changes in, or if you need help in creating new goals and accomplishing set goals, consider making an appointment with a Life Coach.  In just a few sessions you may be able to see significant changes in your mindset and accomplishments.