Personal Life Coaching is a systematic approach to self-help and personal development in Yarraville, which shows you how to realize your full potential so you can live a better, happier and more abundant life.
With the right NLP coach, you can quickly be on the path to enhancing all aspects of your life. And, making improvements and life changes is not complex. As a matter of fact, the biggest and best changes are usually the most straightforward to implement.
In plain terms, making your life better takes knowledge, awareness and simple action, nothing more and nothing less. Creating a partnership with an exceptional Life coach makes the process more enjoyable and has many great benefits.
How Does Your Life Coach Know Your Needs In Yarraville?
To consciously choose our own life requires the ability to choose with our own authority, and with the power to manifest exactly what we have chosen.
o Our power comes from our well-being. It is the emotional state of our beingness that determines our value, our worth and our power.
o our authority comes from our core beliefs. The quality of the beliefs that we hold about life determines the confidence that we have to create our own reality in life. Our beliefs are the choices that we continually make as to how we see our world in reality. When we believe that we can create our own reality, then we can and we know that we do.
o our ability to realise, create and manifest a sublime life is equal to the magnitude of our emotional power (who we are being) combined with the alignment with our highest choice and vision for this life-time (why we are here) that holds our self in our highest esteem.
The formula for a sublime life is simply:
power + authority = ability.
self worth + self confidence = self esteem
when we get this formula confused, we get lost and very frustrated.
o when we believe that money gives us power and value, we get very confused.
o when we believe that status gives us authority and confidence, we get very lost.
o when we believe that knowledge gives us ability and esteem, we get very frustrated.
We gain presence in life as we realise that reality only exists in the present moment and therefore we can only create and recreate our reality in each present moment and each moment that we are present.
o presenting the present moment of reality as a gift (a present) requires us to move out of the judgments of our past and away from the expectations of our future.
Life coaching is the support and guidance required to attain an effortlessly sublime life by:
o avoiding the problems of a chaotic and disastrous life-style
o learning the lessons to accept the challenge to live life on purpose
o recognising the opportunities that direct us on our chosen path in life
being spiritual or attaining conscious-awareness, by being aware of our consciousness and conscious of our awareness, means balancing all 3 aspects of our physical, mental and emotional energy that is the essence of our human beingness.
We are ready to attain the health, wealth & wisdom of being joyful, fulfilled & content with true happiness and expansive well-being, once we access our own power, authority & ability that we realise through our own personal path of spiritual development & growth.
Life Coach - Success Key Or Scam?
With life coaching becoming "the" career choice in this millennium, many of you are seeking the right choice for training and certification. Hopefully this article will answer some of your questions.
There are many fine life coach schools, academies and institutes. Some are accredited and some not. Should the school's accreditation make a difference to you? In my opinion, no.
Because there are no universal standards for the life coaching profession, there are no universal standards for schools. Also, because well-paid coaches generally work in a niche, those niches are such that they are developed by the coach independently of any training they might receive.
What makes the issue of accreditation particularly confusing is marketing. Accreditation is being used as a marketing tool in some cases, not as a barometer of their success. Many coaching schools are accredited only because a group of colleagues got together and decided to form a group and accredit their associates' schools. How do you know whether this is the case for a school you are interested in? You really don't know and generally can't find out.
Many schools use accreditation as a marketing ploy to draw you in and charge exorbitant rates. If you just want to spend more money, go ahead. Price really has little to do with the effectiveness of the materials. Mid-range schools generally work harder to please students and offer as good or better training in many cases, because students get more one-on-one time with instructors.
How important is a school's accreditation? Let's put it into realistic perspective. What is most important to a prospective coaching client is, can this coach help me? Most clients look to see whether a coach has had formal coach training, but not into the background of the school. And the truth is, clients don't care whether the school you attended, is accredited. It just doesn't come up. Clients will decide to use your services if they like you, feel a connection, and see that you offer the solutions they need. That's pretty much it.
I found PCCCA stands on their principles of faith, maintains the integrity of their programs and consistently strives for excellence. Their programs have been newly revised in 2010 for content and expanded business and marketing components that include social media. What is more, they offer one-to-one training with practicing coaches, serving as coach training instructors. Any coaching school's success relies on what they bring to the table with their skills, integrity, reasonable fees and knowledge. Add that to superb training and you have an unbeatable combination. While PCCCA has Christian Coaching School Accreditation, and has received their highest recognition with the Award of Excellence, prospective students can be assured they do not have secular ties or accreditation.
Regardless of your world view, I recommend that prospective coaching students not be persuaded by gimicky advertising, high fees and accreditation. Look for the best school for you. Period.