Another Perspective On Life Coaching

Another Perspective On Life Coaching Courses

To inspire and equip people in choosing decisive actions that may change their view with respect to leading a meaningful life at the same time being able to help make the world a a more positive place to live in. Different tools, techniques, and disciplines are employed in life coaching courses.

Does it really help? My friend was quite in a limbo. The company he worked with for twelve years closed down operations of the 3 countries he heads. He got a generous exit benefit after closure. He had jobs offers from his friends in the industry when they learned about the shutdown. His being lost was not centered on financial issues and job placement but rather on what was the best to do next. He went for a life and career mentoring which helped him re-channel his sense of purpose and career paths. At present, he is content working in another industry and invigorated by actively volunteering for an NGO in providing access to clean water systems in remote and poor school villages.

It could help, or may not help others the way it did for my friend. For one thing, he had other positives in place in his life at that time. Perhaps all that was needed was an outside or unbiased push to trigger that inner drive in him so he could be decisive in choosing which among his alternatives is the best to pursue.

Courses come in various types. There are the mainstreams which are formatted to look at the different areas in the life of an individual for the purpose of improving general well being and sense of purpose redirection. The styles of coaching can vary too. There manner could be directive or collaborative.

There are structured courses to address particular areas of concerns. Categories may include business, personal, spiritual or relationship. They are also further segmented in various formats and styles and can be commercially termed in different ways.

Whatever the type or category used, life coaching courses all point to a general theme and scope. That is to assist individuals in identifying alternatives for them to achieve their maximum potential.

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Glen Murdoch

Glen Murdoch is the founder and CEO of The Life Coaching College. He has a long history of working with Athletes and Teams as a Performance Coach and Analyst and has developed Australia's number 1 Life Coaching College.

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