Why Do I Need A Life Coach?
There’s an odd stigma around getting help nowadays. It’s often perceived as a weakness or a flaw to reach out, and while it’s getting better, it’s nowhere near where it should be. We want to be independent and relying on someone else isn’t appealing to a lot of people, which is fair enough. However, we can’t know the solution to every single problem out there, and sometimes having a professional eye on an issue can be a breath of fresh air.
So what is a life coach? Well, there’s a plethora of responsibilities and duties that fall under the life coach umbrella but put simply they’re people who can help guide clients who may feel lost in life. They offer roadmaps, relationship-mending practices, observations, a new perspective, and so much more. In other words, it’s someone you can go to for professional advice who has years of experience addressing these issues.
This isn’t even exclusive to people who may be in a specific situation or hardship, though they may benefit as well, anyone can get life coaching and it’s a wonderful resource. If you’re feeling lost after losing a job or graduating college, maybe you feel like you want to be more approachable and make more friends, maybe you can’t get over a breakup or you can’t find the time to do something you love – these issues seem impossible to overcome in the moment but are manageable with a life coach!
Life coaches can look at life’s “Oh well” moments and teach you how to move forward. If you were interested and wanted more information, The Addictions Coach and The Addictions Academy have a wealth of additional details and are even available for direct contact for further questions. Cali Estes and her team are experts in the field and they couldn’t be recommended enough!