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Athletes, sales professionals and public speakers all use coaching to improve skills and make better decisions. Unlike in sports, trained Life Coaches don’t focus on changing a specific behavior. According to the International Coach Federation (ICF), they work to develop their clients’ overall strengths and abilities. Life Coaches provide the drive and guidance their clients need to improve their careers, relationships and lives.
Paige Blair of Paige Blair Coaching in Tampa says that when clients recognize the contrast between their professional success and their personal life they often seek life coaching assistance.
“Recent stress has taxed family and marital relationships,” said Blair. Working with a life coach can help to restore balance now and develop techniques for long-term improvements. The goal of life coaching is to provide teachable, influential power over all aspects of your life, according to Blair.
Since no program is ever the same, Life Coaches may have greater success with certain personality types. Clients at Paige Blair Coaching are often driven top-performers or those who may have a difficult time finding a coach who can challenge their intensity.
Blair says, “I often work with high profile clients who need help repairing areas of their life that have been neglected during their professional climb. It can be difficult to admit you need help in one area when the other is so successful.”
Client benefits rely solely on how committed each one is to the process. But, the decision to improve your overall skills is an important first step. You do not have to be in crisis or have a specific goal in mind to experience significant change. If you’ve tried by yourself or with traditional counseling, you may find results with a certified Life Coach. For more information on Paige Blair Coaching, call 813-381-0576 or visit www.paigeblaircoaching.com.