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How to Find a Good Life Coach – 3 Top Tips


Discovering where and how to find a good life coach is crucial as you are in the selction stage. It doesn’t matter if you are a business professional seeking the edge over your competition or if you are someone looking to simply improve life quality, finding the perfect coach is essential.

As you are probably well aware there are actually many different individuals and companies to choose from and this is often where the first challenges are found. Who do you choose? Where do you begin to look? How do you know which life coach can provide the answers you need?

Following are some top tips in order to help you answer these questions, team up and work with the right coach.

Initially it is important to set some clear goals or desires on exactly what you want from your life coaching sessions. These could be anything from financial or career goals right through to lifestyle and mental attitude aspirations. At this stage don’t worry if you don’t know how you are going to achieve them, this is exactly what a professional life coach will teach you.

Secondly head to the Internet and begin to research several different coaches. Browse through their websites and get a feel of who they are. Good websites will be packed full of useful information, prices and of course testimonials. Obviously a good coach will have very strong testimonials from previous clients. Take your time to read a few and see if they have already helped people with similar goals to your own.

Finally when you have shortlisted a few people from their websites, take down a contact number and give them a call. A few minutes on the phone will allow you to get to know individual life coaches, assess their character and figure out if you feel comfortable talking to them. This is also a great time for you to ask them about their qualifications and what sort of package they could provide in order to help you achieve your goals and dreams in life.

Learning how to find a good life coach is actually a simple process, but the most important is making contact and speaking to someone on the phone. A few calls can help you make the decision easily so don’t miss that step from your search. On this blog you can fill out a simple contact form and actually not only make contact with myself but also receive a complimentary life coaching session. This is a great chance to discover if we can work together to meet your goals and aspirations.

Click the follwing link for your no obligation coaching session. Telephone Life Coaching Session

Alternatively you can return to my homepage and read more – Life Coach London

Posted in Life Coaching on January 16, 2011

1 comments on this topic

  1. Weight loss says:

    I do consider all of the ideas you’ve presented on your post. They are very convincing and can certainly work. Still, the posts are very short for beginners. May just you please prolong them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.




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