If you’ve been looking into coaching, chances are you’ve come across the concept of life coaching more than anything.
So much so, you could be led to believe it’s the route you should take.
Until you realise, as a concept, it’s innately flawed for both you as a coach and your potential future clients.
Life Coaching was developed in the 1990s and is based on a conventional coaching model of ‘start with the end in mind.’
There’s a beginning and a middle that doesn’t just disappear!
This old framework takes no account of the past.
It is 100% “goal-orientated,” and its tunnel vision approach simply aims to move a person from A to B and tick a box.
On top of that, it also means, you as a coach, have an extremely limited arsenal for working on your own personal development and that of your clients.
Every smart person knows that you can’t be a great coach to others without first successfully coaching yourself through your own struggles, conflicts, and obstacles.
The traditional life coaching model doesn’t give you the scope or freedom to do that.
You’re in a set box, with one skillset and one outcome for yourself and your clients.
Which is fine if that’s the coach you want to be.
But, if you’re a budding coach who wants to be part of total life transformations and truly helps people cope and thrive with the complexities of modern life…
...as well as successfully doing it for yourself…
Adopting the “traditional” life coaching method isn’t for you.
It’s like using a Nokia 3310 to try and communicate today!
You need the “iPhone” of approaches and the future of coaching…