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What I Do
My process of living a fulfilling life is a four-step process called L.I.F.E.:
Too often we ignore what our heart is telling us to do and we miss out on opportunities that bring us happiness. In this step, you discover or perhaps rediscover your heartfelt desires and what fulfillment means for you.
You now begin to create a vision of what you truly want to do. Together, we can explore various options examining your unique skills, abilities, and strengths. After this step, you’ll have a clear vision of what your new life can be like.
In this step, we will work together to formulate goals to achieve your vision. We will also work on clearing any obstacles that may prevent your progress.
Finally, you’ll execute your plans with plenty of support and encouragement from me. This is the exciting step because you are now beginning to live your dream!
Why Everyone Needs a Coach
If you are wondering if you need my services, watch this video. It is only two and a half minutes and reinforces that many of the most successful professionals in the world believe in the benefits of coaching.
Some questions I'm frequently asked about being a career coach.
Career coaches connect people to their purpose, passion, and values empowering them to transition into work they love, or by enhancing their current career to be more fulfilling.
The lines between career coaching and career counselors are often blurred, but there are some differences. Career coaches are more guided by the client’s agenda and are focused on solutions, insight, and action. Career counselors, however, focus more on establishing a therapeutic relationship using core counseling techniques regulated by state and federal guidelines. Many career counselors end their work after a person determines what their next career will be, while career coaches often continue by helping the individual execute a job search.
Career coaching can be helpful throughout your professional life. In the early years of college, you may hire a career coach to help you discover what work to pursue. Post-college may be an ideal time to have the help of a career coach in conducting a job search strategy. Later on, career coaching can provide guidance you need to define your career path, change directions or just explore options. Additionally, one of the best times to hire a coach is when you need a person to hold you accountable. A career coach can help you accomplish the goals you map out, in the time frame you set.