The best aspect of good coaching is that instead of acting as a counselor to their clients, they act as a partner and motivator. They see through the excuses that you make and they hold you accountable. They see how you limit yourself to only doing the bare minimum and they challenge you to do more. Their motivation is what helps you grow and become the person you want to be.
Instead of diving into every nook and cranny of our past, coaches are more focused on a client’s future potential, development, and figuring out how to make the changes the client wants to see.
When looking to answer the question ‘Why?” or "Why me" a therapist may be the person you want to talk to.
For questions like “What now?” or “How do I change?” a life coach is exactly what you need.
Therapist would help you: If you are overweight and want to understand "Why do I overeat? What fears are preventing me from exercising? What painful emotions am I smothering with food?"
Coaching is right for you: If you are overweight and want to know "How do I change? How do I develop a plan for losing weight and getting healthy? How do I prevent backsliding?"
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