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What Is Professional Coaching?

Professional Coaching involves conversations focusing on individuals' growth and development. A process that the coach and the client enter into willingly with clear expectations, collaboration, and agreements on how the process will work.

 

As part of this process, clients are empowered to make bold decisions about their life, work, relationships, and more.

Here are some benefits of working with a Professional coach.

Professional Coach
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Therapist

The substantial distinction between Therapy and Life Coaching is the principle of the work: Therapy manages mental health, emotional healing, and mental illness. Therapists are mental health professionals specializing in helping patients cope with various mental issues and trauma. 

Personal Coaching focuses on the present and the future of you. Coaches focus on positive transformation; they guide clients to go after their goals and dreams.

They specialize in accountability, creating structure, actionable goal setting, and disrupting limitations placed in the mind.

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The Coaching Process

Coaching can help you meet your goals for your life and business through goal-setting and planning to achieve them. However, this only happens when you take the time to develop a solid transparent relationship with the coaching profession.

The coach's objective is to provide tools to help disrupt unproductive habits and limitations by creating a tailor-made program to help you to stay consistent. From an outside standpoint, a personal coach can see areas of concern that you may be unable to discern. In that sense, the process raises awareness of a different way to handle particular areas in your life by improving your understanding of present and future wants and needs.

 

What is Expected of the Client

The client is expected to attend each scheduled session on time and be ready to put in the hard work. As the coaching process evolves, you should be open to change and altering the path to your goals.

Coaches are not judgmental but impartial to that end; coaches will ask the tough questions and expect the tough answers; that is where the growth will occur both personally and professionally.

However, clients maintain the right to decide what topics to cover and terminate a subject if they don't want to discuss it further.

 

What is Expected of the Coach

Your coach is expected to actively listen to your passion projects, insight, and goals; and will work within those guidelines as much as possible. Finally, a plan will be created, assigning homework, defining goals, developing strategies, and providing support.

The homework will be given in each session ahead of time, so you will be set up for success in future sessions.

The coach will provide grace; you should do the same for yourself if you cannot always complete your homework assignments.

You are expected to dig deep and unlock the mental doors to make these sessions productive.

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