Becoming a Coach

Becoming a Coach

Becoming a life coach has changed my life.  It has provided me with the knowledge to better understand the person that I am and the people around me.  It has provided me with the tools to be the best person I can be and to have the ability to live a life I love. This last year since beginning my journey on the road to becoming a Life Coach I have found out that the “world is my oyster” and I have the choice to make of it what I want.  I have spent many years wondering how to get to where I wanted to go and becoming a Life Coach has provided me with unlimited opportunities.

I have reassessed my values and beliefs, I have grown past recognition as a person and I know that I can achieve whatever it is in the world that I want.  I found out that I am able to contribute, earn and income, have pleasure in life and be in charge of my own destiny.  I have found out that I do not have to accept second best, that I can assist others to become the best person they can be and I have the ability to live a life and lifestyle that can balance and incorporate all the challenges and joys of life.

In the past I volunteered my time and energy by working with and in organisations and for causes that I have had passion around.  I have now found out that I have the ability to bring this forward and contribute in so many ways, to others, community and self, in ways that I was unaware of prior to starting my course as a Life Coach.  I am now able to live my passion, earn an income within this sphere and have a lifestyle that incorporates everything that I wish to bring forward in my life.

I have found out that I can live with my past and move through my grief, to take my learnings forward to help others move into their future with hope, love and enlightenment.

I have found that joy can come from disaster and that I have the ability to pass on life skills and tools to others that will enrich their lives, the greater community.

I found out that I have an ability far beyond my original expectations; I have found a field of employment and lifestyle that enriches my life, the life of those around me and the greater community.


Tanya Stephenson

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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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