Your idea to become a coach has probably not started now.
We believe that people who have the call to help others have done it before and have been toying with the idea for a while.
But first let’s understand, what is coaching.
Coaching (and in particular life coaching), is a collaborative and goal-oriented process where a trained professional, known as a (life) coach, helps individuals enhance their personal and professional lives.
Through active listening, questioning, and providing support, a life coach guides clients in clarifying their values, identifying obstacles, setting meaningful goals, and creating actionable plans.
They empower individuals to overcome challenges, maximize their potential, and achieve desired outcomes.
Life coaching focuses on self-discovery, personal growth, and behavior change, fostering a positive mindset and encouraging clients to take proactive steps toward a more fulfilling and balanced life.
What characteristics do coaches have?
Good coaches possess empathy, active listening, communication skills, emotional intelligence, a non-judgmental attitude, goal orientation, problem-solving abilities, and professional training. They support clients in clarifying goals, overcoming obstacles, and achieving personal growth. Being open-minded and continuously learning is key to success.
If you would like to go deeper into the question: Am I ready to become a coach? You can use the digital questionnaire we developed, and get immediate answers to your email.
You can find it here:
If the answers to all our questions reassured you, and you feel that coaching is the right next step in your personal and professional development, we prepared a digital gift for you, The Complete Roadmap to Becoming a Successful Coach. You can easily download it from here.