LIVING & LOVING LIFE
LIVING & LOVING LIFE
If you want results, then you’ve got to do something better than you are doing right now. A Life Coach helps you figure out what to do next, and motivate you to make a plan, stick to it, and get RESULTS.
What is Life Coaching?
Living and Loving Life Coach has one goal: To help people live happy, healthy, and balanced lives. For example, when the body is in motion, it has purpose, energy, and momentum. And the more you move, the stronger, more flexible, and more resilient your body becomes! A life in balance is very much the same. One has direction, momentum, energy, and purpose, It is propelled forward by sheer inertia once it has a destination. A sedentary object, however, can rarely get moving on its own without some kind of external force or thrust of energy to put it into motion. And the heavier it is, the more force it takes. That’s where your Living And Loving Life Coach comes in – motivating you, empowering you, and encouraging you to get yourself in gear.
What can a Life Coach do for me?
With a Living And Loving Life Coach, you’ll get a Life Coach who will provide professional Life Coaching services to help you try new things, make better choices, and get better results from your life. Your Life Coach will help you move forward in a more effective and efficient manner. For example: You may need a Life coach to assist you in making a tough decision, help you move your career forward, or coach you to get yourself and your life more organized, even work with you to stop making excuses, and get on with it.
Can a Life Coach get me unstuck?
If you feel as though you’re “stuck,” or have for one reason or another stopping you from moving forward in some aspect of your life, having a Life Coach in your corner may be just what you need to propel you forward. A Living And Loving Life Coach can help you get motivated; stay focused, and stay on track.
Can a Life Coach help me identify what is holding me back?
A Life Coach can help you identify what it is you want, what’s holding you back, and how you can live a life that is more fulfilling and enjoyable. Getting a fresh perspective from an objective point of view who won’t judge you, hold anything against you, or just tell you what you want to hear, can give you the boost you need to get real, get honest, and get moving.
Can a Life Coach help you get what you want?
No matter what your goals may be, a Life Coach can help get you over the hurdles that are standing in your way. A Life Coach will help you get the things you want for yourself (or get back the things you once had) and live a life that is more fulfilling, more honest, more rewarding and more meaningful.
What do Coaches do to help others?
Coaches stimulate better skills. Good coaching helps people anticipate what they could become, overcome self-defeating habits or insecurities, manage relationships, develop new competencies, and build effective ways to keep improving. Coaches stimulate vision. Many individuals have no clear vision. They keep doing what they have done for years, without much change and with little expectation that things will ever be different. Coaches work with individuals and organizations (including churches) as they think beyond the present, more clearly envision the future, and plan how to get there. Coaches help people grow through life transitions. Whenever we encounter major changes in our lives – such as a new job, a promotion, a move, the death of a loved one, the launch of a new career, or retirement – we face uncertainty and the need to readjust. Experienced coaches better enable people to reassess their life goals, find new career options, change lifestyles, get training, reevaluate their finances, or find information so they can make wise decisions. Coaches speak the truth in love. Good coaches know that sometimes the best way to help is by refusing to ignore harmful behavior patterns. Instead, coaches nudge people to deal with attitudes and behavior that should be faced and changed.
How does Life Coaching differ from Counseling?
Unlike counseling or therapy, coaching is less threatening, less about problem solving, more about helping people reach their potential. Coaching is not for people who need therapy to overcome painful influences from the past; coaches help people build vision and move toward the future. Coaching is not about looking back; it’s about looking forward or ahead. Coaching focuses less on overcoming weaknesses and more on building skills and strengths. Usually coaching is less formal than the counselor/counselee relationship; more often it is a partnership between two equals, one of whom has experience, perspectives, skills, or knowledge that can be useful to the other.
Who is my client after Life Coaching?
My ideal client is transformed! They embrace who they are and their circumstance, understands what their core concern is and stabilizes their life. My ideal client lives each day like it is Friday, shines bright and touches others in a positive manner. My ideal client knows their worth, sets goals and achieves them. My desire is for my client to be happy, surrounded by people that life them up. Also have people give into their life and not just take. I want them to enjoy the simple things, takes pleasure in life, appreciate what they do have and not dwell on what they don’t. My ideal client knows order is better than chaos. They know love is better than anger. They have clarity now rather than confusion. They have happiness, not sadness. They are full, not empty. And last but not least they found their true purpose in life and is Living & Loving Life.