Life Coaching Questions: A Coaching Tool

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I truly believe that if you do what you have always done, you will get what you have always got and to get where you really want to get you need to do something different. Life Coaching will help you discover what you need to do differently and support you in your achievements. A Life Coach has many tools and techniques to quickly draw out the way forward for you.

Through coaching you will discover more options than you thought were possible. Coaches will use inciteful and challenging questions to help you decide which path is the right one. We all have thoughts and opinions about our abilities, going on inside our head constantly. They are thoughts we have about ourselves that are very often based on no particular fact. They are built up over time from what we are told during childhood, schooling and adult life. We often inherit limiting beliefs from family, friends, teachers and our peers.

Your limiting beliefs can give you low confidence and insecurities and often become obstacles to achieving what you physically can achieve.

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Life Coaching will help uncover these beliefs and through determination and time you can overcome them. Your coach will help you with strategies and techniques to use to change your thoughts into more positive ones that will enable you to move forward. In order to achieve your goal you need to take some actions, but which are the right ones for you?

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When working with your Life Coach, you will be introduced to tools that will help you discover more options than you thought were possible. Individual and team discussions around core values and aspirational values create connection and greater understanding.

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Change begins with the mind. However, if there is an undiscovered bias, it can be difficult for change to occur. I work with clients early on to uncover embedded beliefs that would have otherwise hindered the coaching process and their transformation.

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Bias inhibits self-confidence, belief systems, and the work environment. For example, if you sell executive coaching, create a LinkedIn group called "Executive Growth Network. Once in the group, connect one-on-one to welcome them and explore opportunities. According to Percy Bysshe Shelley , we cannot see ourselves unless reflected onto something else.

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I use these poems and literature to help my clients and audiences see themselves differently, so they can experience an inner awakening, and arrive at a fresh understanding of their own humanity. I have an assessment tool that shows a client on paper how much fear is driving their life. Then you know when and how to practice choosing something better. From Fortune companies to the White House, the I-Wheel has generated billions of dollars in value not to mention saving careers! I work through a great exercise that helps the client determine their perfect work day.

During this exercise, they are challenged to dig deep and visualize what they truly desire in their career in a perfect day, from start to finish. Let me give an example. My clients are parents of kids under 10 who struggle with sleep training and general behavior issues.

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I give them in-home attention, followed by weeks of individualized correspondence most of which happens via email. They send daily logs, I send adjustments and suggestions based on my parenting system.

And aside from gender changes and a couple of small adjustments for the individual child, my answers are largely the same. I waste so much time writing these emails to clients when I know I have already said, word for word, what I need to convey to this new family. But I can't find a software program or a systematic way of organizing and easily being able to look up and copy and paste these things. Do you have any suggestions?

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Software I am not aware of? Hacks for getting a robust database going that I can easily search by topic and sub topics? Thanks in advance! Hi Kylee, I love that you're thinking about systematising! This will indeed make life easier for you and save time. First, the biggest piece of work is not the how ie.

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Once you have the data - your commonly asked or frequently asked questions FAQ , the how is the easy part. It doesn't need to be overcomplicated - you could have a few "template" emails saved in your drafts for each of the FAQs with a good subject line so YOU can see which one is which , then you you simply copy the email, tweak and send.

You could create a blog page and direct people there there are also plug-ins that allow you to have a drop down so that only the question is shown until they hit some button to expand and see the answer. So, my suggestion is to stop worrying about the how.

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And first, do the bigger piece of work to create your list of the most frequently asked questions. Aim for say, Then review your various responses and create a good "standard" response to each FAQ.