Life coaching is the art and skill of assisting a client with achieving their goals and other aspects of life improvement. A life coach will help you with achievable steps and ways to get what you want out of life and desired circumstances. It provides encouragement, support and guidance for achieving what you want. A life coach is a dedicated partnering professional.
People need support to thrive in life. Every major profession has coaches (i.e. sports, theater, voice, acting, investors, business). Life should be no different. We need productive methods of supporting ourselves in our life.
My goal is to empower, assist and support the client to achieving what they want.
‘Live the life you love. Love the life you live.”
Benefits to Life Coaching
Life coaching is more about specific goal setting and obtainment with a skilled coaching professional utilizing a variety of coaching tools and techniques (i.e. goal setting, obstacle identification, guided visualizations, support and encouragement techniques, structured analysis). Intuitive counseling tends to be more of addressing a life issue or concern with utilization of intuitive perspective, spiritual guidance and other healing/spiritual tools and techniques (i.e. energy work, guided imagery, forgiveness and angel work). Both are wonderful methods of achieving what you want out of life, just different styles of getting there which match client preference and needs.
I chose to become certified in both because I believe they both offer great services. Creating the life you want is not a cookie-cutter process. It is a fluid and dynamic process. There is some cross-coverage. I utilize a little bit of both in each service. I like the structure of life coaching, and the increased perspective and guidance with the intuitive work, although each has a separate tool set and style.
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