Imagine yourself on a sports team. Every good sports team has the support of a good coach.
That coach takes on several roles. For example:
- Assesses strengths and weaknesses for each member of the team
- Builds strategies to make the most of those talents
- Helps practice implementing those strategies in preparation for game action
- Provides ongoing guidance and support from the sideline during competition
Those are very similar to what a life coach provides to clients. Sometimes it becomes challenging to reach your life goals running solo. At those times, you can benefit from working with a life coach.
Life Coach Definition
Similar to how a sports coach operates, a life coach is focused on assessing thoughts and emotions, as well as observing behaviors and internal dialogue. We focus on helping you determine what you want from life and structuring goals to get there.
And we also help figure out what has been holding you back. You can be nearly anything you want to be. But clients often find themselves self-sabotaging without realizing it.
We will help you with all of these things.
What to Expect From a Life Coach
We will work with you to dig deeply into what you want from life. From that exploration, we will help you build a plan of action to achieve those desired outcomes.
Whatever you see as success, we can help you explore your options. We help set milestones and stick to them. And when you get there, we will be your biggest fans.