What Can a Career or Life Coach do for you?

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Imagine having someone listen to your dreams, goals, challenges, and frustrations. Then imagine you are having that person offer advice and develop action steps to inspire and empower you to be more successful.

Who is that person? My Spouse? My Friend? My Teacher?

It is your very own Career and Life Coach.

This career coach is a trained professional who provides expert advice, guidance, and support to those who are seeking career success. A career coach is an objective observer and listener who can often see situations more clearly. A career coach concentrates on where clients are now and helps them to develop goals, plans, and action steps toward employment or career goals.

This career coach is dedicated to giving you the tools you need for career success. This career coach will challenge you to do your best, will work with you through the tough times, will empower you to reach your goals, and will celebrate with you as you achieve success. Your career coach works for you, helping you to achieve all your goals and desires.

Be honest, we are human beings who do not like to ask for help; for Fear of rejection, Fear of the word No, Fear of Failure.

  1. A Career Coach tells you what you NEED to hear.

A Career coach is your advocate for change. Unlike your friends and immediate family we focus on you and what you are saying to us. We look at you objectively and empower you to take action to achieve your goal. As your career coach we are honest and we will tell you what you need to hear to make your career goals authentic and real.

  1. A Better Relationship.

Statistics show that 73% people who have used a career coach have empowered their lives and are much more successful and happy.

  1. We help you to make a Positive Shift.

A good career coach will never tell you what to do. Instead, they will help you identify positive shifts that are holding you back from success. Then, they will coach you on the actions you must take to learn new better ways to accomplish your goals.

In essence, coaches teach you how to remove roadblocks to success on your own – ensuring you can do this for yourself.

  1. You Deserve the Best Career.

Ask yourself, “Do you deserve the best?” If the soft voice inside says, “Yes!” then you need to take action.

Look in the mirror: If you could have found greater career satisfaction on your own, you would have by now. Why not give yourself the kind of support that will help you get what you want and deserve in the 21st Century.

We spend most of our time and lives at jobs we are not sure we like – it is high time to have the career you are asking for and know you will be the best at. You deserve the best!

  1. Great ROI for your Peace of Mind.

Peace of Mind is what you experience when all is right in your household, pocket book, career and relationships. You know yourself and feel good about who you are. Creating and making the return on your investment will truly resonate with who you are and what is most important to you as you move toward your goals with clarity and love. A Client Study by ICF Global Coaching conducted independently by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that 98.5% of coaching clients said their investment in a coach was well worth the money.

  1. A Career Coach will provide Structure to your Job Search.

The career coach will offer useful tips and information to help you prepare for the job hunt and job interview and will also be honest about your limitations. They will share with you what you need to hear

  1. Ask yourself Better Questions.
    If you find yourself not able to move forward, ask yourself the most important questions that someone else would ask you. Then answer them. The quality of the questions you ask will determine the quality of your results.

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