In most cases, a life coach is required when a person is in a transition phase and needs support. Some examples are:
- Reassessing life goals and developing action plans
- Lack of balance between work and life
- Difficulty dealing with stressful situations
- Difficulty making life decisions
- Prioritizing projects and timelines
- Improving relationships: Dissolving Relationships
- Urgent situations involving high risks or challenges
- Identifying core strengths and maximizing their potential
- Simplifying life to reduce stress and increase productivity
- Help with time management
- Lack of control over life
The International Coach Federation (ICF) — the leading global coaching organization and professional association for coaches — defines coaching as”partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
As a life coach, I support my client’s potential for innovative thinking and help to devise an effective plan towards goal fulfillment. My approach to professional coaching combines an awareness of body, mind and spirit. I help my clients connect to their inner wisdom and full potential through careful listening and observing.
I begin by asking my clients empowering questions to help them discover what and where they are blocked, and what is holding them back from achieving any of their goals …whether big or small. From there, we customize a strategy to improve the quality of their lives.
My education includes studying under Martha Lasley and Richard Michaels, Two of the founders of Coaching for Transformation, the most recognized school of Life Coaching.