What are the turn offs about life coaching? Although I'm not a life coach I would imagine the biggest turn off would be having to maintain a positive and affirming attitude even during those moments when your sky is during dark and you see the rain clouds move over head. You have to discover the silver lining. You have to assure yourself and others that you will come out of a situation stronger and wiser.
Being way to positive all the time. I am a life coach. I found being a little less "perky" and being more real is much more effective.
by T_Diamond 8 years ago
I've read one of these books called "Excuse me, your life is waiting" by Lynn Grabhorn, and it really works for me. I can apply the techniques I learnt in that book in real life, and I can see the results. It's very exciting! Having said that, I know others who've read similar books which...
by Nare Gevorgyan 6 years ago
What are the top 10 turn offs for men?
by Mom Kat 6 years ago
Has anyone tried having a life coach & care to share your experience? Or has anyone thought about hiring a life coach?I myself have been a life coach (unofficially) for 15+ years & have recently decided to open up my abilities to help others online. (if you are interested, please...
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
If you were forced to turn to a life of crime, do you have a choice as to what your specialty...would be?
by CapriCookie 6 years ago
What is your favorite part about being a life coach and what is the worst thing....you've ever had to do to help a client, as a life coach?
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