You want to change your life, but it’s not always clear how you can do it. Every self-improvement book you read and every inspirational speech you hear sparks your creativity, but it’s never enough to keep you going or help you take the appropriate actionable steps that can get you where you really want to be. A book or a video can only do so much for you, but without companionship or guidance, you’re pretty much on your own.
Your friends and family members may not fully understand you or support the changes you want to make in your life. They may prefer the “old you,” or try to keep you in a place that is comfortable for them. They may even oppose the changes you want to make and seek to sabotage your progress. Even if they support you in pursuing your dreams, they may not know how to help you or provide the support that you need.
Your best option in this situation is to hire a life coach. A life coach can motivate you, provide emotional support, and help you work through your feelings about what you want for your life. Depending on the type of coach you hire, your life coach can help you make career decisions, settle down in a long-term relationship, get healthy and in shape, and discover who you are on a deeper level. They can boost your confidence, assess where you’ve been, and help you decide where you want to go next. You can get all of this and so much more when you work with a personal life coach. Check out this newly released infographic: How to Find a Personal Life Coach.
How can you find your life coach? There are four primary ways:
- use a matching service
- get a referral
- search a coaching directory
- do a local search.
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