It is true that people have a greater respect for people who have gone through what they are going through and have made it out alive after having conquered their life. You have conquered your life, and you have the battle scars to prove it. It is difficult for me to rely on your marriage advice if you have never been married before. We do not mean you must have all of your clients’ experience. It is easier to achieve success if you choose a focus area that is meaningful to you. If you do, you will be a successful life coach.
The Essentials of Becoming a Life Coach
People sometimes grow up with the desire to assist others. Nurses, doctors, firefighters, and social workers all share the same goal: to assist their fellow human beings. However, most of these jobs require long working hours and do not pay enough in South Africa. Many of these occupations require extensive study, which is costly.
Don’t worry if you missed the chance, for whatever reason, to earn a living that allows you to help others, it’s never too late! Life coaches come from all walks of life, and there is no age limit.
Getting Started as a Life Coach
As a life coach, you must be confident in the path you chose for your life, and you must possess complete control over your emotions and mind before becoming a life coach. If you are satisfied with who you are, contact Integrative Coaching. We offer a course called Online Emotional Mastery that must be completed prior to or during your training.
Next, you will need to enrol in the Level 1 accredited Life Coach Course offered by Integrated Life Coaching. Completion of all three levels will give you the Integrative Master Coach Certification, which takes approximately two years to complete.
In the Integrative Life Coaching program, you will receive some of the most comprehensive training in the world. Warren Munitz (COMENSA Master Practitioner) has been teaching these courses for more than 20 years. This team includes Spiro Yaffes (COMENSA Senior Practitioner) and together, they are making a significant impact on society.
How Many Clients Should a Life Coach Have?
According to research, active coaches typically have eleven to fifteen clients at any given time. Life coaches with less than a year’s experience have on average six clients.
The team at Integrative Coaching can help you determine your career path and help you become who you were meant to be. Don’t waste another minute feeling like you’ve chosen the wrong career path.