What is a Life Coach?
You've probably seen professional athletes go to the sideline to talk to the coach. Professional athletes know much more about playing the game than someone with a clipboard! But they also know the value of having a coach.
The coach can see from a unique perspective. A coach can be objective (where the player sometimes can't.)
A coach can see the whole field, not just the line of sight from the player's view.
A Life Coach does the same thing.
Sometimes we (as humans) can't see the entire field when we are in the middle of the game. Whether it is relationships, getting in shape or setting a goal, or deciding what we want to be when we grow up, having a person on the sidelines that can give you perspective (and is cheering you on) can make all the difference.
Having a coach can be magical.
I'd love to show you how.
COACHING IS NOT THERAPY
Therapy is the practice of spending time with a trained professional—usually a psychologist, a social worker, or a licensed counselor—to help diagnose and treat mental and emotional problems. Therapy often looks to your past to understand what is currently going on.
Coaching instead focuses on moving you forward in your life.
If you are experiencing mental and emotional problems, please seek the help of a doctor or another trained medical professional.