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How to Become a Life Coach


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From just getting started to getting paid as a life coach, here's how to become a life coach. Presented by Life Mastery Institute.

- What does a life coach do?
- Why become a life coach?
- Should YOU be a life coach?
- What to consider before becoming a life coach
- Life coach salary considerations
- Balancing personal time vs. coaching career
- How to be a life coach

Are you considering becoming a life coach and want to ensure that your life coaching business will be a success?

Do you believe you’d be the most fulfilled while pursuing a career that aligns with your heart and spiritual values?

If so, you’re in the right place!

Every day, more and more people are becoming aware that there’s a hidden pattern to success – a pattern they want to understand and apply to their lives in a way that helps them to quickly and easily achieve extraordinary results.

Life coaching may be a key component to uncovering this pattern.

The job of a heart-centered life coach is to empower people to fulfill their purposes in life and create the lives of their dreams, no matter how big or impossible they may seem.

And when people are living out the purposes they were born for, they can make HUGE impacts on the world.

As someone who is considering becoming a life coach, you most likely want to know what kinds of opportunities there are in your future.

So if you have a passion for helping others, and you dream of earning an abundant income by doing so, this SlideShare is for you!

In this presentation, we’ll be talking about what being a transformational life coach is all about, how to decide whether or not life coaching for you and how to get started.

For more information on how to become a life coach, be sure to click the link on the last slide to get started today.

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