How To Find A Life Coach That's Right for You

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You've decided you want to hire a life coach. This is a big step in taking control of your life and reaching your goals. Now comes the hard part: finding a life coach right for you. With so many options, it can take time to figure out where to start. Here are a few things to remember.

1. Define Your Why

Something has nudged you to look for a life coach. Explore what it is you are looking for by checking in with your intuition and your inner knowing. As you uncover the why of wanting to find a life coach begin to journal and track the reasons. This will help you determine just what you are looking for. Of course, sometimes conversations help determine what you are looking for and some coaches do have a free consultation prior to making a commitment to work with them. The consultation can also help you to define your why.

2. Do Your Research

Once you understand what you're looking for, it's time to start researching. An excellent place to start is by asking friends, family, and colleagues if they have any recommendations. If you are still looking for valuable leads from your network, try searching for coaches online or reading reviews from past clients.

3. Set Up A Consultation

After you've compiled a list of potential coaches, set up consultations with each one, this will allow you to ask questions and get a feel for whether or not the coach is a good fit for you. Prepare questions in advance to make the most of your consultation time.

4. Determine Your Budget

Hiring a life coach can be a significant investment, so it's essential to determine how much you're realistically able to spend before beginning your search. Once you know what you can afford, you can narrow your list of potential coaches to those within your budget.

5. Trust Your Gut

Trust your gut instinct when it comes time to make your final decision. If something feels off or you have reservations about working with a particular coach, move on to someone else on your list. The most important thing is finding a coach you've decided you're comfortable with and who you feel will help you achieve your goals.

Hiring a life coach is an exciting step in taking control of your life and reaching your goals. But with so many coaches, it can take time to figure out where to start. By defining your goals, researching, setting up consultations, and following your gut instinct, you'll be sure to find the right coach.

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