You need a life coach.
You may not be an athlete, striving for physical or technical improvement but you probably are someone who could improve in certain aspects of your life. A life coach is, ” a person who counsels and encourages clients on matters having to do with careers or personal challenges.” However, a coach is not just there to guide you through the tribulations, but to show you introspective growth through, grit, resilience, and perspective.
Even the best need coaching.
If you believe that you can improve, you need a life coach. The biggest misconception about successful people is that they accomplished their goals alone. No, all of the greatest successes in their respected fields all have coaches or mentors. Lebron James, Hilary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, all have one thing in common, they all had a coach or mentor guide them to their success. Lebron stated, “I wasn’t that good of a player… I wasn’t a complete basketball player. My coach drew up a gameplan to take away things I was good at & make me do things I wasn’t very good at. He’s part of the reason why I am who I am today.”
Our kids need guidance now more than ever.
In this day and age of distraction, life coaches can provide the focus and guidance that our kids need to stay on track. We at Family Education Initiative understand that and utilize proven methodologies such as family life coaching and peer mentoring within the school system to keep our kids focused and better handle stressors or crisis in life.
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