I can’t tell you how many people I’ve come across that have professed to be life coaches telling me that they’ve never once taken life coaching courses. What’s your opinion on that? Do you think life coaching courses should be required in order to truly be able to call yourself a “life coach”? I’m thinking this has been a debate for a pretty long time.
Life coaching courses are expensive yes, but, they are also in my opinion pretty important. Think about it…sure, you can probably be a life coach off of simple personal life experience, but let’s face it, it takes a lot more to be able to advise someone in the right direction than strictly going off of your own life experiences. Agree or disagree?
You can Google until you are blue in the face and find life coaching courses all over, all having different promises, prices, and what not, and they all teach a varied method of life coaching courses, giving you an opportunity to be in a specified area of life coaching, and then there are the life coaching courses that teach it all so you have a very broad range of life coaching skills behind you once you’ve completed the life coaching courses structured classes.
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Clinton Douglas IV http://www.facebook.com/clintondouglasiv
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