What is Coaching?
Coaching merges the best practices of several disciplines.
Coaching has been around since the early nineties and has grown dramatically in the last five years. It fuses the insight and introspection of psychology, the practicality and process-orientation of business consulting, the action-orientation and motivational aspects of sports coaching, and the spiritual practices from several Eastern religions, essentially merging the best of each discipline.
What does a life coach, business coach, or career coach do?
- Clarify and prioritize what you want and create goals.
- Observe your word choice, body language, and energy levels as a guide to self-awareness
- Align your actions with your mission, goals, and values.
- Create self-generated solutions and strategies.
- Hold you accountable.
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“Part consultant, part motivational speaker, part therapist, and part rent-a-friend, coaches work with managers, entrepreneurs, and just plain folks, helping them define and achieve their goals — career, personal, or most often, both.” —Newsweek
“In the past five years coaching has gone mass-market. In the age of Every Man for Himself, every man can have a coach–and, in an ever more commonly held view, needs one.”—Forbes.