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Reinventing a Career During a Recession: 4 Tips You Can Offer to Clients During Your Life Coach Career

With Canada’s unemployment rate now at 13.7% (“Labour Force Survey, May 2020”, 2020), finding work can incite stress for many. This is especially the case for those working in an industry particularly affected by the pandemic, such as travel or event planning (Nguyen, 2020). If someone has...
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Helping Clients with Work-Life Balance During Your Life Coach Career

Finding a strong balance between one’s work life and personal life can be difficult. In some cases, work can take up so much of one’s time that it comes at the expense of time spent with family and loved ones. This problem has developed to the point where countries such as the United Kingdom...
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Helping Clients Address Hurry Sickness During Your Life Coach Career

Hurry sickness can have detrimental effects on one’s health, and can hurt their productivity. Read on to learn how to address it in your life coach career.
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What Clients Will Be Looking for From You in Your Life Coach Career

Life coaching is a field that has been growing steadily over the last few years. Indeed, in 2018, it was estimated that there were “53,300 coaches, up from 47,500 part-time and full-time coaches worldwide in 2011.” (LaRosa, 2018). Many workplaces are investing in coaching services for their...
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How to Help Clients Navigate a New Promotion During Your Life Coach Career

Oftentimes, when people think of their career progression, they might envision quickly reaching a coveted promotion or finally becoming a manager. Sometimes the promotion takes longer than we want it to. In fact, a recent survey found that “more than 75% of Gen Z members believe they should be...
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Combine Your Passion for Writing with Your Life Coach Career by Becoming a Writing Coach

While life coaching is a relatively new field, it is one that is growing quickly and gaining more and more recognition. In fact, “It is estimated by The International Coach Federation that there are currently 53,300 coaches, up from 47,500 part-time and full-time coaches worldwide in 2011.”...
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Career Satisfaction in Canada: An Overview for Aspiring Life Coaches

How would you report your career satisfaction? Career satisfaction is an important component to an individual’s overall sense of wellbeing, and professional performance is a key aspect of how someone feels about themselves and how they respond to the world around them. As professionals with life...
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Devoting Your Life Coach Career to Helping Clients With Mental Illness Reach Their Potential

Mental illness can pose unique challenges to personal and professional development. According to the mental health commission of Canada, psychological health issues are behind the weekly absences of an estimated 500,000 working Canadians (Government of Canada, 2016). Moreover, findings from the...
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Helping Clients Navigate a Mid-Life Career Change Once You Become a Life Coach

While it has been noted that young people often switch jobs and even careers (Alton, 2018), what isn’t often discussed is that a number of people also do so later in life. In fact, a recent survey revealed that 29% of pre-retirees aged 40-59 plan to change their careers (Hellmich, 2014). In...
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Broken New Year’s Resolutions. How Life Coach Training Can Help You Help Your Client to Set the Right Goals

New Year’s resolutions are seen by many as an ideal way to make positive life changes, but statistics show that only 39% of individuals in their twenties manage to achieve their aims, and this percentage drops to 14% when assessing people in their fifties (Tribby, 2017). Frequently, resolution...
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