Who Hires a Life Coach?

Successful people, that’s who! Many people know that professional athletes have coaches to push them to be their best, but what about top CEOs and entrepreneurs? You’d be surprised to hear that most of the top business people often hire coaches to have an edge over their competition. Coaches encourage their clients to work smarter (not harder) for peak performance. Coaches offer realistic assessment of where you are and how to improve yourself. Coaches also act as a safe sounding board to discuss work, family, and relationship issues and is always confidential. A life coach asks you good questions so that you come up with the right answers for yourself, having you look inwards and dig deeper than you normally would. Coaching generally comes with homework after each session that the client takes to provide action to the changes they want to make within themselves.

Life coaches help to identify personal strengths and help focus on what you do best, not your weaknesses (you can always hire people to do what you are not good at) but focusing on strengths only takes people to excellence. A coach can also help brainstorm with you unbiased ideas for needed change and meet with you on a regular basis to make sure your facilitating change, acting as a personal trainer for your life! Hiring a life coach will help you improve your communication skills making you a better communicator at work and in your personal relationships. Naturally, your self-awareness will improve and you will create a renewed confidence in yourself and your abilities. Coaches can point out certain things holding you back that your peers or employees would be too afraid to bring to your attention. Last but not least, a coach helps you find your wisdom within yourself. A good coach is an active listener and is your personal cheerleader. A great life coach can help keep you at the top of your game and help you achieve more success than you would otherwise do on your own. Executives, business owners, and creative entrepreneurs who get the most out of coaching have a fierce desire to learn and grow and are open to improving their themselves. Most people searching for a coach work with one for at least 3 months to make lasting changes to their life and up to many years for continual support and guidance. The next time you look up to a visionary business leader or entrepreneur he or she most likely has a coach behind them!



Source by Christina Jay

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