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Life Coach Training and Certification

Updated on January 19, 2013
Life Coach Training & Certification Program
Life Coach Training & Certification Program

Inspir3 Life Coaching: Your freedom to help free others

You have always been a helper, cheerleader and great friend. You hear comments all the time such as, “You should be a counselor or therapist.” “You really need to teach others this stuff.” “You always have such great ideas!” and “I couldn't have done it without you.”

Those are some big signs that becoming a Life Coach is something that would be the perfect fit for your new career path. Being a life coach isn't just about knowing how to guide people; it's also about knowing where to guide them to. It’s about how to help them break through their stumbling blocks and realize their dreams. Chances are you’ve all ready experienced helping others do that and know that becoming a life coach will afford you the chance to do it for even more people, while establishing yourself as a respected professional in a growing field.

Deciding to become a life coach is a business decision and a life decision. It is somewhere between a calling and a career.

What is a life coach?

A life coach is someone how brings out the best in others. They offer support, encouragement and accountability that is needed for others to make any type of transformation in their life from improving their relationships, becoming more self confident to starting a business or finding a new career. Coaches help their clients accentuate their strengths and learn to improve their weaknesses.

Being a life coach is professional career. A Life Coaching Certification course gives you the skills to help create a formalized Life Coach practice and the certification to show others that you have been trained to assist them with their lives.

Why should you become a life coach?

Every job will give you a paycheck. Some jobs make you feel satisfied. A few jobs leave you knowing that you are helping to build a better world.

Life Coaching is one of this last type of job. By helping individuals to make there lives better, by being able to help families improve their position in life, you are helping to build a better world. And you can make a living doing it.

How to become a Certified Life Coach

If you want to be a Certified Life coach, you should take a professional course that will provide you with not only the skills to be a coach, but also to be a good business owner.

Becoming a Life Coach is the answer to a calling, a calling to help others, a calling to own your own business, a calling to improve your own life. Of course, we are partial to the Insipr3 Life Coach Certification Program. It is a complete business training plan, going beyond just the

So... what now? What should you do?

Well, think about it. It's not expensive, but money isn't really the point. Think about what you want to do.

If you decide that being a Life Coach is what you would want to do, then you should be sure to move forward and grab what you want. If you decide not to, that is okay too.

If you have any questions, you are always welcome to contact us and we can tell more about what it means to be a Life Coach and how Life Coach Training can change your life.


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    • Haseebmmk profile image

      Haseeb Murtaza Malik 

      5 years ago from Quetta

      That is very nice article. :)

    • Frangipanni profile image


      5 years ago

      Thanks for the interesting insight. I think it would be hard being super motivated everyday for others, especially when your having a hard day yourself.


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