Frequently Asked Questions

Who works with a Life Coach?

Who works with a Life Coach?
Entrepreneurs, executives, business leaders, actors, musicians, creative people, managers, small business owners, start-ups, professionals, college students and home-makers all reach their goals with the help of a life coach. If there is a gap between where you are now and where you want to be, there is room for life coaching. Not only will your life coach help you close the gap, your life coach will help you break through your limited beliefs and challenge you to think bigger.

What would you work on with a Life Coach?

 Setting and achieving goals and objectives

• Planning — business, career and life

• Blasting through blocks and fears

• Clearing clutter

• Financial security and independence

• Balancing business and personal life

• Making key decisions and designing strategies for success

• Communicating powerfully and succinctly

• Becoming a problem-free zone

• Building powerful relationships

• Breaking through the glass ceiling

• Getting promoted

• Finding the ideal career/work or business

• Finding the ideal partner/love/relationship

• Getting out of a rut

• Making an important life transition

• Starting a business

• Growing a business

• Living an ideal life

• Identifying core values and passions

• Fulfilling personal and emotional needs

• Getting organized

• Making more money

• Having loads more time to enjoy life

• Playing, having adventures, and a lot more fun!

• And much, much more…

Why hire a Life Coach?

“People hire a life coach because
• They want more.
• They want to grow.
• They want it easier.
It’s as simple as that. Life coaches help a client get all three. "Quickly.”

Do Life Coaches work on personal goals or business/professional goals?

Usually both. The life coach is the only professional trained to work with all aspects of your life. This is handy because very often, if something is bothering you at work, it is affecting your personal life as well and vice versa. Some clients prefer to spend more time focusing on their business goals, while others may want to focus on personal goals. How you use your coaching call is up to you!