Many people feel stuck with where they’re at in life and either don’t know why or have certain blocks that are holding them back, and this is where you’ll find life coaching to be extremely beneficial. We all have goals, dreams and aspirations that we’d like to achieve, but sometimes we need someone to assist us with finding our inner strength to move forward on our journey.
Life coaching differs from therapy because rather than focusing on your past, coaching focuses on the present to help you create a better future for yourself. Through coaching, you’ll receive help with:
Developing clarity about what it is you want
Creating a plan of action to achieve your goals
Discovering more about what you want through self-discovery
Working with a life coach is not a substitute for therapy, but it can be great in conjunction with therapy. If you’re finding it difficult to put into practice various coping skills that you’ve learned, life coaching can help you develop a plan as well as accountability to begin healing mentally as well as emotionally.
What separates life coaching from therapy or mentorship is that it helps you become empowered by uncovering what’s been inside of you all along. In each coaching session, you’ll begin to learn more about yourself and find that you have what it takes to live the life that you deserve.
Through life coaching, not only will you begin to see the benefits in your life, but you’ll begin to see your relationships evolve as well.