10 Benefits of Seeing a Life CoachWhat’s one of the best-kept secrets of highly successful people? Many successful people work with a coach! While coaching doesn’t focus on mental health issues as counseling does, it can bring clarity and provide steps to accomplish goals and overcome obstacles. And Christian coaching integrates God’s Truth into the goals and strategies necessary for success. Anyone who desires to achieve more in their personal or professional life can benefit from seeing a coach.

  1. Clarity
    A coach can clarify a current situation and give direction for the future. Listening is an often-overlooked tool in goal setting, but it is vital. A good coach listens and helps clarify the steps needed to meet the goals for the future.
  2. Motivation
    Many things can make a person feel unmotivated. Coaches provide practical steps to overcome obstacles and accomplish goals by motivating clients to complete work projects or get more organized at home.
  3. Support
    Everyone needs support in their lives to get through difficult times. But not many people have a good support system, nor do they have people in their lives who are safe. It’s always good to get insight into a situation from a safe person, and a coach can provide a new perspective on whatever they may be facing.
  4. Confidence
    A coach aims to challenge any lies or false beliefs that have led to an individual’s low view of themselves. Coaches are equipped with tools and techniques to help someone see themselves as God sees them. Over time, confidence and self-worth will gradually increase.
  5. Balance
    Between work, family, and relationships, it’s hard to find a balance in life. Sound familiar? Instead of striving to do more and working harder, find a healthy balance. Seeing a coach can be a catalyst to finding balance in life. Anyone who feels depleted and tired can turn to a coach to help them make self-care a priority in their lives.
  6. Productivity
    Procrastination. Distractions. Disorganization. These are some of the reasons people aren’t as productive as they’d like to be. One of the primary responsibilities of a coach is that of setting and accomplishing goals. They can help an individual create a workable plan and—more importantly—put it into action.
  7. Accountability
    No one should try to go through life alone. Anyone struggling with unhealthy habits or who wants to change their life needs accountability—seeing a coach will increase an awareness of their habits and goals. It’s not uncommon for a coach to expect their client to email, text, or calling to check-in with them throughout the week to help them stay on the path.
  8. Purpose
    The Creator has a purpose for each person’s life. But not everyone knows—let alone lives out—God’s purpose for their life. A good coach has skills for helping people to discover their purpose. Then, they inspire them to shift their mindset to start thinking—and living—a life filled with God-given purpose.
  9. Transformation
    It’s never too late to address the challenges in life. Whether it’s a struggle with physical fitness, living in crushing debt, too much clutter at home, or a career that has stalled, there is hope for transformation! A benefit of seeing a coach is their ability to help an individual move toward change in their lives for a better future.
  10. Vision
    Without any vision, how can a person expect any results? Everyone needs a fresh vision from God. King Solomon put it this way, “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs 29:18, KJV). Seeing a coach can be one of the most powerful and effective ways to discover a new vision for life.

Is it possible to find an affordable, dependable coach who is also a Christian? Yes! The New Life Coaching Network can help make it happen. Call 800-639-5433.