Benefits and value of NLP life coaching

Life coaching is like a metro map. When you know the destination but don’t know how to get there, the map shows you options and you can plan your journey.

  • Life coaching is easy-going, natural, unobtrusive.
  • It flexibly fits with your location, schedule, circumstances.
  • Life coaching can take place absolutely anywhere.
  • You create the agenda, the coach certainly holds it.
  • You learn to understand what you do why.
  • Life coaching strengthens the memory.
  • It teaches you to communicate clearly and directly with yourself and others.
  • Life coaching certainly develops discipline.
  • It also helps you use your time, money, energy wisely.
  • The resources that you (re)gain in life coaching will save you time, money, energy in the long term.
  • You can deal with issues without telling their content.
  • The content of life coaching is confidential [unless we agree otherwise].
  • Life coaching helps you solve problems and make decisions.
  • It also helps you see situations from more points of view.
  • Life coaching helps you develop useful beliefs.
  • It benefits people of any age, culture, status, occupation.
  • Life coaching restores/strengthens integrity.
  • It explores and helps you learn who you are.
  • Life coaching inspires you to connect with the spiritual sphere.
  • And it offers an insight into what’s beyond you and how it fits into the wholeness of the universe.
  • Life coaching raises your creativity, worth, confidence.
  • …and certainly improves your health.

Life coaching is for…

…mentally healthy and resourceful people who want to explore, grow, improve, and use more of their potential. It unobtrusively creates powerful lasting changes. Life coaching happens in a series of sessions on the phone, in person, or online. The sessions are totally tailored to your needs. Hence the coach and you continuously design the flow of coaching and follow your agenda. You determine the agenda for each session. You can address a variety of issues in health, relationships, work, money, and success in the coaching sessions.

The roots of life coaching can be traced to the Inner Game books of the mid 1970s. In these books W. Timothy Gallwey suggested a paradigm shift in sports coaching. He had noticed that players corrected themselves when he coached with open questions instead of catching errors and offering suggestions. When a player relaxed and held a picture and feeling of the result s/he wanted, the player improved. The player corrected him/herself without even knowing that s/he had been in error. As the Inner Game books topped bestseller lists and Gallwey’s reputation grew, he found himself speaking more often to business leaders than to sports audiences. As the principles of the Inner Game were applied to professional development, the value of individual coaching became apparent.

NLP makes life coaching far more potent.

An NLP coach will more easily  see your viewpoint than a coach not trained in NLP because she will observe your physiology, listen to your language, and spot the patterns of your successes and “failures” in working with your environments, behaviors, capabilities, beliefs, values, identity, and all that is beyond who you are.

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