How Life Coaching Works
People hunger for positive change, but in their busy lives they find it difficult to take the necessary steps to make that change. The more clearly defined an individual’s future, the more likely they are to achieve their goals. Clearly defined goals in work and life lead to more successful business and individuals. However, clearly defined goals of their own do not guarantee success; we just have to reflect on New Year resolutions. For the most part they fail not because goals were not clearly defined or individuals are not successful people, they fail because the process or strategies people employ were unsound or unsuitable.
With the focus on the future, individuals are supported through the Life Coaching process in the development of successful strategies for implementing and maintaining desired life and work changes.
The coaching process allows clients to stop everything they are doing and take a close look at their lives: evaluate what they want and check the direction in which they are headed.
Through a series of individual session, the life coaching process challenge, inspires and supports the client in achieving their goal: while at the same time holding them accountable.
Human Beings are more likely to complete tasks that are being monitored by another person. This is accountability, and is built into the coaching process.
Life Coaching is not counseling nor is it therapy.