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Sunday, 3 May 2015

How to become a Life Coach.

Dawn, a new beginning.


Hey, this is Leo for Actualized.org. Here we're doing another quick self-help segment
where I'm going to quickly cover the topic of how to become a life coach.

I am a life coach so I'm qualified to talk about this. I went through the process. It's actually not hard.
If you're interested in becoming a life coach, listen up
because I'm going to give you some quick tips and techniques and give you a plan for how to do it.
I'll go into much deeper detail on it in some other video where I can talk about it at length.

Since this is a quick rapid-fire segment,
I'm just going to give you the skinny and the practical things that you can do right now.

If you want to become a life coach, the best thing that I can recommend is to join a life coach training program. There are many programs out there. Make sure that you get one that is credible
and has some good reviews and that provides you with certification.
Certification comes from the International Coaching Federation. You can look up their website.
There they'll have a list of all sorts of schools that they accredit
and that will give you the kind of training that is in line with the International Coaching Federation.
You want to align with a school that's aligned with the ICF because the ICF is the standard governing body across the world for coaches. It just came out as the standard and now everybody is on board with that.

Honestly, you don't even need a coaching certification to be a coach.
What I do find valuable in the training programs, though, is that they teach you
what it means to be a coach because it's not all that it seems to be at the beginning.
Let me give you some details on these certification programs. I went through a program called iPEC.
You can Google them. They're one of the best programs out there. It's a comprehensive program.
It costs around $9,000 to do.
It is a little bit pricey, but you have to put that in perspective with everything else that is out here.
Any decent coaching program around is going to cost you somewhere in the range of $8,000 to $10,000. iPEC is competitive there and they don't have any extra hidden fees or anything.
That's it. You just pay the $9,000 and then you do the program. It's pretty nice.
You have to ask yourself if that's worth it to you. If this is going to be your career and your profession,
then it's actually not a big price to pay. With any other serious profession that you would go into,
you would spend way more than $10,000 to get degrees, certifications, and trainings.
It would take you a lot longer than it will take you to finish a coaching program
-- even a comprehensive one like iPEC.
The iPEC takes about ten months to do the whole curriculum. They do it in modules.
You have four modules and you take one module then you get two or three months 
to do the homework assignments and the practice of coaching throughout that.
Then they have another module where they train you for a weekend and then you do another couple months of training and homework assignments. Then they do more of these modules.
Through this module process, you can learn to become a coach.

M'reen. I have a lot of therapeutic qualifications under my belt however,
I found training to be a life coach a valuable addition.
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