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Choosing a Life Coach The concept of having a life coach wasn’t very mainstream until the 1980s, but the contributions of a good life coach are irrefutable. Nearly everyone can benefit from employing a life coach, but the actual results will rely on how you handle the process, and of course, the coach you select. It’s essential to do some research before enlisting a life coach. After all, while there are plenty of options, none will ever be the same. Below are considerations to make before you choose: Know why you want a life coach. Life coaching should be approached with a predefined goal. Want a neutral sounding board? A better work-home life balance? Financial independence? Before you start your search for a life coach, know how exactly you want them to help you. Some of them are general practitioners while others concentrate on specific areas of a person’s life.
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Have the correct mindset.
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For life coaching to work, it is important for the coachee to be motivated to actually make changes in their lives and learn new lessons. However, it’s not about hand holding or scrutinizing the psyche objectively. The coach offer his constructive criticism and expect that you will be welcoming change without feeling offended. Know their critiquing style. As all of us have different ways of responding to criticism, which means your prospective the life coach’s critiquing style and approach will be pivotal. Look for certifications but prioritize experience. Formal certifications and training are great tools, but they don’t speak for life coaching as a whole. In fact, equally important is the professional’s experience and track record. Someone whose experience and education span decades is a smart choice. It’s the actual experience of working with actual clients that really matter. In any case, if they say they have this or that credential, don’t simply take their word for it. Ask to be shown proof. Understand the coach’s system of success measurement. Measurements of success can differ as well from one coach to another. Ask how progress will be tracked and how the success of the service will be assessed. If a coach is unable to give a clear answer to this question, they may not be the best for you, especially if you want concrete results. Meet candidates personally to gauge your comfort Level. Studies reveal the chemistry that exists between a coach and his client is vital to the success of the entire relationship. It is important that you trust and confide in your life coach. A lot of good coaches make it easy for clients to get into the process and open up; however, the more comfortable you are with someone from the get go, the more fruitful the relationship will likely be. Again, the best way to gauge this accurately is by personally interviewing your prospective coach.