A lot of people call themselves a Life Coach.
But it takes training and hard work to be a Life Coach.
So I want to encourage you to choose your Life Coach wisely.
Here are things to look for when choosing a Life Coach:
- Look for a Life Coach that doesn’t sympathize, complain or share in your misery. That is what your friends are for, not your Life Coach.
- Look for a Life Coach that stays neutral. It is their neutrality that allows you to sort out your issues.
- Look for a Life Coach that doesn’t give advice, but instead shows you how to find your own answers.
- Look for a Life Coach that has training and certification as a Life Coach. Just because someone has experience in a certain field does not make them a Life Coach.
- Look for a Life Coach that daily shows they are living their life in alignment with the tools and techniques they teach.
- Look for a Life Coach that has their own Life Coach that they work with on a weekly basis. If they don’t do their own work, they will not be able to help you.
- Look for a Life Coach that teaches tools so that you can continue your self-coaching when your time with them is complete.
- Look for a Life Coach that will do a free consultation with you so you can see if their style, tools, and techniques are a fit for you.
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