Socrates was a Personal Life Coach

The great Greek philosopher, Socrates, did not go down in history as a personal life coach, but he left us many pearls of wisdom that apply when coaching clients to achieve happiness, success, and personal satisfaction. Perhaps he should be considered the original personal life coach! Socrates said, “the unexamined life is not worth living.” Couldn’t that apply to the job description of a PERSONAL LIFE COACH? One of the most basic components of your practice should be to ask your clients: … [Read more...]

Fun Breakthroughs: Should A Personal Life Coach Bungee Jump?

What should a personal life coach do if she were to be invited to go bungee jumping to help a friend celebrate a major accomplishment? Is it a requirement to face all your personal fears as a life coach? Where does a life coach draw the line? It's not as easy as it sounds. Personal Life Coaches Are Supposed To Play Big...Right? I've learned as a personal life coach that my clients suffer when I'm not expanding my own comfort zone. I also believe if you're not growing, you're dying. I am … [Read more...]