The reasons why people become a Life Coach can be incredibly personal unlike other career choices you would normally choose this one from the heart
Why I became a coach
My pull to become a Coach was mainly because I had coaching at an early age and it changed my life completely. From anxious, self-doubt not feeling good enough to someone who had control of her feelings and was able to start believing in herself but more importantly, anxiety and depression were no longer my normal state
My push to become a coach was to be able to support people who had struggled like me, I wanted to earn more money, be able to pick my children up from school with an aligned work-life balance
5 Reasons why people become a Life Coach
People may want to become life coaches for a variety of reasons, but here are some common ones:
- Desire to help others: Many people have a strong desire to help others improve their lives and reach their goals. They may feel a sense of fulfilment and purpose from supporting others in their personal and professional development.
- Personal experience: Some people may have experienced significant challenges or personal growth in their own lives and want to use their experience to help others.
- Career change: Life coaching can be an appealing career change for those who are looking to transition out of a different field. Coaching allows individuals to use their skills and expertise in a new and meaningful way.
- Flexibility and autonomy: Life coaching offers a great deal of flexibility and autonomy in terms of schedule, location, and client base. This can be appealing to those who value independence and control over their work.
- Financial potential: Depending on the niche and target market, life coaching can be a lucrative career. Some individuals may be attracted to the financial potential of coaching.
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