How Coaching Differs . . . __________________________________________
Consulting . . .
Consulting has an agenda and possible answers. Consulting brings that agenda and those answers to the Client. They are experts in certain fields. They promote themselves as the expert in certain aspect of life.
Mentoring . . .
A Mentor has “been there, done that,” and will show one “The Ropes” using their personal experiences as a model of success for you.
Therapy . . .
Therapy’s function is to help with emotional problems, overcome issues that hinder a balanced emotional life, and sometimes, manage mental illness. Therapy works with one’s past to analyze one’s emotional behavior. Therapy helps one figure out “why.”
Sports Coaching . . .
While professional coaching does have roots in sports with many similarities, Sports Coaching is based on competition and a win-or-lose scenario.
Friendship . . .
Friends are a valuable aspect of your living. Friends in their care for you, more often than not, are all too happy to tell you what you "should do." Also, friends may not point out various issues for fear of hurting your feelings.
What Coaching Is . . . ___________________________________________
Coaching is the most powerful force for change and personal growth. Coaching helps you tap into your inner purpose and passion, and connect that with your outer goals and strategies to bring about extraordinary and sustainable results.
A coach is a trusted advisor who provides a confidential and safe environment in which one can explore issues and concerns that hold you back from being all that you want to be in this living.
Coaches are expert on the coaching process.
Where others see a problem, Coaching see an opportunity.
Coaching focuses on solutions, helping one focus on “how.”
Coaching brings out one’s best, not to best someone else.
Coaching is a collaborative effort that is solely based on what an individual wants and thinks they would like to do.
Coaching is objective and nonjudgmental.
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