Life Leadership Coaching


Emotions (Part -3)

What would you choose to shape your life?

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What would you choose to shape your life?

Life Leadership Coaching

Life is like a movie. Each one’s life has a different story, a different plot, diverse characters and an individual script.

“Don’t let a bad day make you feel like you have a bad life”

Life is like a movie. Each one’s life has a different story, a different plot, diverse characters and an individual script.

At some point in life, one reaches a stage where he or she feels immensely disappointed, disoriented, dissatisfied, discerned, defeated, detested or demented. Nothing seems to make sense or fall in place. All doors suddenly appear shut and there is immense fear in anticipating anything positive. This doesn’t mean that something that grave has happened. One might only lose capacity to hold the courage to walk the path best suitable for them.

At this particular point is where a Life Coach, if introduced, connects all the dots of the client’s life and balances out the positives with the negatives to bring out stability.

Coaching is not therapy. In coaching, the coach principally looks at future prospects in the life of the client or the coachee, unlike therapy which aims at dealing with the past happenings. Coaching facilitates the coachee’s journey from where he or she is at that moment to where he or she aims to reach through delicate enhancement.

Coaches, through their training, technique and psychoanalysis, extend rehabilitation which enables the client to feel motivated with optimum support and guidance to achieve their goals. The client is made independent enough to think rationally, take logical decisions and also held accountable to achieve the vision with the right kind of actions.

Consciously, coaches never advice or tell the coachee what to do. Instead they hand the ‘power of thinking right’ back to the coachee by throwing questions that make the coachee find their own solutions and answers. Coaches always believe that each person holds the power to advance to a better life. With this belief, coaches work with the coachee to bring out the powers which sometimes maybe concealed.

A coach’s body of work may differ with each coachee but the following issues are the ones that mostly bring a coachee to the coach.

  • Vision & Purpose
  • Relationships and Intimacy
  • Stress Management and Balance
  • Spirituality and Personal Growth
  • Entrepreneurial and Small Business Development
  • Career Planning and Development
  • Motivation and Time Management
  • Creativity
  • Finances and Budgeting
  • Health, Aging, Lifestyle and Self-Care
  • Family and Parenting
  • Guilt & Regrets
  • Dysfunctional Emotions

Coaches can be called as “change facilitators” or “courage catalysts” as they help the coachee connect their head and the heart in a way that transforms their passion for their dreams into action for life.

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