Your 3min Intro to Life Coaching – What are the Benefits of Life Coaching (Part 2)

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Overcome obstacles, low confidence and insecurities.

We all have thoughts and opinions about our abilities, constantly going on inside our head. This is commonly known as your ‘self talk’. Often our self talk tells us what we can’t do, why we can’t do it, and the worst case scenario if we tried – these thoughts are called ‘limiting beliefs’ and they stop you moving forward. They are thoughts we have about ourselves that are very often based on no particular fact. They are built up over time from what we are told during childhood, schooling and adult life. We often inherit limiting beliefs from family, friends, teachers and our peers.

Your limiting beliefs can give you low confidence and insecurities and often become obstacles to achieving what you physically can achieve. Life Coaching will help uncover these beliefs and through determination and time you can overcome them. Your coach will help you with strategies and techniques to use to change your thoughts into more positive ones that will enable you to move forward.

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Explore and evaluate all possible options available.

In order to achieve your goal you need to take some actions, but which are the right ones for you? When working with your Life Coach, you will be introduced to tools that will help you discover more options than you thought were possible. You will be able to evaluate the pros and cons of each in relation to achieving your goal, but crucially to ensure that the action fits well with your values and beliefs and your whole life. You’ll be able to reach for more and maintain a balanced life while doing it. You’ll have more time for people and things you value, so you’ll feel more fulfilled.

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Dedicated time, support, encouragement and motivation.

How great would it be to have someone 100% dedicated to helping you achieve your dream. A Life Coach gives you this dedicated time; they support you, celebrate successes with you and help motivate you along the way. How often do you speak with a friend about a problem and it ends up being about them and what they did. Your Life Coach is only interested in you, your goal and supporting you to get there.

 

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