Mind Body Soul: What’s a life coach and why use one?

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TRUST: Superwoman Vs Real Woman founder and life coach Lyn Elliott works with clients using outcome-based sessions, not time-based to help them see success.

TRUST: Superwoman Vs Real Woman founder and life coach Lyn Elliott works with clients using outcome-based sessions, not time-based to help them see success.

You may have heard about life coaching, but been unsure what it involves and whether it’s right for you. Superwoman Vs Realwoman founder Lyn Elliott said it was totally normal to feel nervous about a one-on-one session.

“It is a new thing for many people and they often don’t know what it entails,” she said. “Just think of it this way, when you want to improve your  tennis you get a tennis coach. When you want to improve your musical skills you get a music coach. So when you want to improve your life you get a life coach.”

Coaching can help people with issues like procrastination, fear and doubt, getting clear on goals, the tools to turn challenges around, gaining certainty about yourself, a sense of wellbeing and getting focused on what is really important in life and business.

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“One-on-one coaching is where coaches partner with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment,” Lyn said.

A coach should help discover, clarify, and align with what the client wants to achieve, encourage self-discovery, elicit client-generated solutions and strategies, and hold the client responsible and accountable. Every session is different and depends on the needs of the client, as does the number and duration of sessions.

Lyn offers a free Q&A session to help both parties decide if it’s a good fit.