First, let me first thank you for stopping by. You should be very proud of yourself for taking the first step in selecting a Christian Life Coach. Most adults think about it and talk about it, but don’t take that all-important step of taking action. Now that you have taken that first action step—go ahead—and pat yourself on the back! Good job! You are now on your way to a better you!
The most important quality to look for when you choose a Life Coach is whether or not you and the Life Coach are a “good fit.” In other words, are you comfortable talking with that Coach; do you feel that the Coach has your best interests at heart; and do you feel that you can trust the Coach in discussing what could be personal and hurtful topics? When you interview a Life Coach, you should trust your gut instincts and working with your Coach should feel like wearing your best pair of comfortable jeans. You and your Coach should be like hands in a glove working together to help you move forward in life. All of the Coach’s knowledge and training in the world won’t mean anything if you don’t have good vibe about your Coach.
The second most important quality when selecting a Life Coach is their overall training and qualifications. My qualifications include the following:
- Married to the love of my life for over 35 years.
- Two successful Adult Children
- Christian for over 45 years.
- Ordained Deacon for over 25 years.
- BS in Psychology Magna Cum Laude
- Certified Life Breakthrough Coach
- Certified DISC Assessment Coach
- Senior Business Manager for over 25 years.
When you select me as you Coach, you will find a trusted partner in your journey toward success. As your Coach, I will encourage you and help you during your toughest moments. We will work together to develop a plan of action and I will work hard to help hold you accountable for meeting your goals. You can count on me as your go-to person whenever you need someone to lean on.
Go ahead and schedule a Free Discovery Session today by clicking here. This will be a great opportunity to determine your next step. I look forward to hearing from you soon.