Why did I become a coach?

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Why did I become a coach?

In recent years, it has become extremely fashionable to be a coach, trainer, mentor, etc. But when I chose this profession, it was new and not very popular. My relatives and friends were surprised and asked me why I even chose it. Now that I’m successful, a lot of clients ask me “How did you decide to become a coach?”

For me, the answer has always been very clear. First, I love what I do. Second, perhaps from the very beginning, on a subconscious level, I knew what an incredible opportunity it is to practice such a profession.

That is why today I want to share with you all the benefits of being a coach, whether in personal development or in another field.

  1. As a coach, I can help others to deal with problems that I myself have faced in the years.
    In fact, we all face all kinds of problems every day, and sometimes we want to have someone to help us and tell us what to do. But in most cases, we have to figure it out on our own. Over time the gathered experience, knowledge, and experience can help others.
  2. As a coach, I work on the personal development of a particular person, but in this way, I contribute to a better quality of life globally.
    By working with my clients, I help them become the best version of themselves, achieve success, have happy families, and have life satisfaction. The more I help to have such people in the world, the better place to live will be.
  3. As a coach, I have the freedom to live and work from anywhere in the world.
    The work of the coach does not depend on the geographical locations, because thanks to the new technologies it can be done via Zoom, Skype, etc. This gives me the opportunity to travel, to work according to my schedule so that I have time for my family, and also be able to have clients from all over the world, no matter where I choose to live.
  4. Being a coach is a satisfying profession.
    Have you heard of a profession being “ungrateful”? Well, that definitely doesn’t apply to coaching. As a coach, I get a lot of satisfaction from helping people develop and achieve their goals. It is extraordinary to see how your clients change and blossom before your eyes!
  5. In my work as a coach, I also develop myself.
    Just like the people who learn from my pieces of training and personal consultations I learn from them. It is an endless process of personal cultivation. I also attend much training of other coaches in order to upgrade and become better for my clients.
  6. As a coach, you meet new and interesting people.
    Every day you work with a different person or group – they have different professions, personal qualities, interests. Usually, in seminars, a very strong synergy arises between the participants and inevitably you become close in the process of work. You literally make new contacts in one working day. I have met many of my friends, business partners, and even employees at my training.

There are thousands of other benefits, such as not requiring a large investment to start. You can literally start right now from the comfort of your home or while combining it with another job.
You are also doing something really valuable and important for people and the world!
So if you think you have something to give to the world, if you have the knowledge, skills, and experience you want to pass on to others, if you want to help, the coaching profession is right for you!

Natalia Kobylkina
Psychologist, family therapist, author
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