Is Life Coaching Your Calling?

Only you can answer that, but here’s some information which might help along the way. Start the Quiz.

Who Becomes a Life Coach?


Those drawn to coaching have a passion for people-an innate desire to see individuals achieve results-and a drive to help, motivate, and inspire them. And, they experience a deep sense of satisfaction when they’re able to make a positive difference in people’s lives and careers.

A career in coaching allows you to do exactly what you love to do and what you’re naturally good at, all while making a great living. Professional coaches see coaching as the ultimate “win-win” situation… helping others achieve their goals by working in a meaningful, purposeful, and lucrative profession.

What is Life Coaching?

Coaching focuses on where the individual is today and what they’re willing to do to get where they want to be tomorrow. It involves impacting peoples’ vision and values as well as helping them reshape their way of thinking, feeling, and acting – in other words, their way of being. It involves challenging and supporting people to achieve higher levels of performance while allowing them to bring out the best in themselves and those around them.

How Lucrative is a Career in Life Coaching?

Lucrative (adj.): producing a great deal of profit. [syn: profitable, profit-making, gainful, remunerative, moneymaking, paying, high-income, well paid, high-paying, bankable, cost-effective; productive, fruitful, rewarding, worthwhile, advantageous; thriving, flourishing, successful, booming, going]. Over 1.5 million searches are conducted online each month by individuals and companies looking for life, business, and executive coaches.

It’s lucrative!…

Many Life Coaching Academy students have clients-and sometimes many paying clients-BEFORE they graduate. Why? Because the Life Coaching Academy’s curriculum focuses a substantial portion of time on helping you build your own coaching practice through business development, branding/messaging, and marketing.

We understand that learning to coach and learning to market yourself as a coach requires two very different skill sets and processes. For the most part, those interested in becoming a coach are also attracted to the opportunity to work for themselves.

OK , so let’s see whether YOU are destined to be a coach

How would you rate yourself in the following areas? For the most accurate results, be honest with yourself. You are the only one who will see the answers. Complete the questions and submit it for an assessment.

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