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Frequently Asked

What is a Personal Life Coach?

A Personal Life Coach is someone who is qualified to support, encourage, challenge and motivate you to achieve your goals. A coach is a good active listener that can pick up from your voice what you are really thinking and will facilitate you to take actions to move yourself towards your goals. They will celebrate your successes, help you discover how to overcome obstacles, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and enable you to move forward at a far greater pace than you could achieve on your own, with the ultimate aim of you achieving your goals and discovering a much happier life.

What is a Career Coach?

A Career Coach does exactly what a Personal Life Coach does (see above question), but the focus is on your career and your goals will be career focussed. A good Career Coach will have much experience in the fields of recruitment and selection, as well as being a qualified coach.

How is Personal Life Coaching different from Career Coaching?

The tools and techniques of the coach are exactly the same for Life Coaching as they are for Career Coaching. The main difference is that with Life Coaching you will be focusing on any part of your life or many areas which you want to improve, whereas with Career Coaching (as the name suggests) it focuses directly on your career. In practise, our careers have a major impact on most areas of our lives – choosing a Personal Life Coach who has a specialism in Career Coaching has a major advantage for those looking at any goals.

What sorts of people have a Personal Life Coach?

From my experience every type of individual will come to me for coaching. The only traits these people have in common is the desire to change part of their life so they are happier, and the realisation that they will stay focussed and get there quicker with the support of a coach.

What happens during a coaching session?

During each session we will recap on the actions set and achieved from the last session and look at general progress and successes. We will then set a ‘session goal’ to clearly set out what you want to achieve by the end of the day’s session. We then explore where you are at the moment with that particular goal; what you have tried; what has worked and any obstacles you have come across along the way. We then explore all the possible options in achieving that goal, using lots of techniques to really extract options that you have never thought of before. Lastly and most importantly we look at what actions you want to set yourself from the list of options to achieve that session’s goal.

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