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The year 1861 is the first time the word “coaching” can be identified as being used in an athletic sense. From the 1860s onwards, coaching has been used in the sports context in England, with sports coaches support- ing athletes to excel in their chosen fields.
Reframing negative events in a positive light literally rewires the brain, making the person feel happier.
The major difference between therapy and life coaching is the focus of the work: therapy focuses on mental health and emotional healing, while life coaching focuses on setting and achieving goals.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN A COACHING
A Life Coach possesses a power within that reflects back on you to open your mind and identify your blind spots, to encourage your sense of discovery and bravery, and to support you in creating action.
Through the Life Coach sessions, our Coaches will step you through the process of change: from the planning stage all the way through the execution stages. They will listen attentively to your answers in order to better assess your wants and needs.
Thus, you will be given proper feedback to guide you down a more optimal path toward setting achievable yet smart goals and targets.
Whether you choose Career coaching, Corporate coaching, Leadership coaching, or Change management, our Life Coaches will help you adapt to change, reset your goals, and live the life you want.
Helps you gain greater clarity around your purpose and passions in life, to get a better sense of who you are, unearth your skills, and discover what gives your life a sense of meaning.
By holding the space and asking open, reflective questions, a Life Coach assists you with goal-setting, which will help you make the most of your opportunities.
A Life Coach can help you put various routines and structures in order, thus making way for better use of your time, and in turn increase your chances of consistently hitting your goals.
A Life Coach can hold you accountable for reaching your personal and professional life goals and making positive changes.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Life Coaching is a method of working together, one on one or in groups, to dramatically improve specific areas of your life, creating more freedom, balance and ease. It helps you to achieve results that you want, both personally and professionally, and to live with greater choice and peace in the face of extreme stress or overwhelm. Coaching helps you to do what you want to do anyway, but in less time and more easily than you could on your own.
You can have as many or as few coaching sessions as you like. Because many coaches operate over the phone or via the Internet, the sessions can easily fit around your schedule. Some people hire a coach once every few months, some people have a session once a week. It is entirely up to you to decide.
The benefits of Life Coaching are having someone that is solely dedicated to you and the achievement of your goals. They are non-judgemental, supportive, encouraging and motivating just when you need it. They keep you focussed on where you want to be and moving forward in the right direction. They will enable you to get to where you want to be in life, much faster than you could on your own.
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is thought to be one of the most effective and accessible self-help methods to come from modern psychology. Many life coaches use NLP techniques to help ‘reprogramme’ clients’ patterns of thinking and behaving. NLP works on the basis of assessing a client’s perception of the world and adapting our behaviour and reactions to enable us to live a happy, desired life.
No. The client may need the life coach in order to maximize an opportunity or accelerate their personal growth, yet not be dependent on the life coach. Anyone who has big goals can benefit from the structure, advice, and support of an accredited life coach, so in that sense, yes, a life coach is needed. As far as creating an emotional or psychological dependency, not to worry. Life coaches work with people who are healthy and successful on their own. Life coaches do not resolve therapy issues. If you start to feel dependent on your life coach, you can always get a therapist!