Life coaches come from various backgrounds, from teachers to business leaders, stay-at-home parents to bartenders. On our Life Coaching Diploma, we’ve seen people from every background and previous work experience transform their lives through coaching.
If you think you’re ready to pursue life coaching, then have a think about these three questions:
If there’s a quiet (or loud) voice inside of you shouting: yes! Then it could be time for you to explore becoming a life coach.
Not sure you’re ready? Or you’re swaying on the edge of making the leap, then read on because we’ve compiled five signs that you’re ready to train to be a life coach.
A good coaching training qualification will provide you with the tools and techniques to do your work well. It will support you with evidence-based frameworks, methodologies, and coaching techniques so that you have the right tools. You’ll study and learn from experienced trainers with a wealth of knowledge and have lots of peer coaching opportunities to put your learning into practice. For example, here at The Coaching Academy, you’ll learn life-changing skills as a life coach, and our coaching programmes are externally accredited by professional organisations such as the ICF, Association for Coaching, and CPDSO.
There you have it, the five signs that you’re ready to pursue your dream of becoming a life coach.
So, what’s next in your life coaching journey? Well, why not join us for one of our free Introduction to Life Coaching webinars? With four dates a week, there’s bound to be a time to suit you. For more information and to book your place click here.
The Coaching Academy was established in 1999, and is now the world's largest coaching school.
In that time we have trained over 8,000 people to become life coaches.
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This month's Coach in the Spotlight is Mike Shervington OBE. Mike's life coaching journey takes place in Sydney, Australia, therefore requiring dedication and lots of late nights & early mornings! Mike is an ex-military Para and a Coaching Academy-qualified life coach who emigrated from the UK to Australia, working in commercial property before becoming a performance coach for the Royal Australian Navy. But we'll hand over to Mike to tell you more!
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