Module 1: How to Build a Solid Coaching Foundation
Since the first modern coaching models were developed during the latter half of the 20th century, coaching has rapidly spread across the world as both a profession and a communication technique that has been applied to everything from corporate management to personal growth. Life and business coaches have helped countless clients realize that they themselves hold the keys to success in both their professional and personal lives.
Today, the coaching industry is growing faster than ever as more and more professionals become certified coaches in order to improve their own leadership and mentoring skills or build a rewarding coaching practice of their own.
- Order a recommended coaching book
- Choose 3 coaching niches to consider and write about how your background or life experiences would make you very qualified
If you are considering making the transition to a career as a life or business coach, you’ve probably got some important questions on your mind about whether this is the right career path for you. Let’s take a look at a few of the top reasons why now is a great time to begin a thriving coaching practice.
Just like starting any small business, identifying your target market is one of the key elements of developing a successful life or business coaching practice, as well as how to get coaching clients.
Self-limiting behavior is one of the most common challenges that coaches and clients face when they are discussing aspirations, barriers and strategies. Every coach needs to have a solid understanding of how to help clients identify both the causes and the manifestations of their own self-limiting behavior.
Becoming a life coach or business coach requires you to make a commitment to lifelong learning in the fields of both professional coaching and successful entrepreneurship. Learn where to stay up to date online.