What can Life Coaching bring to Women?

//What can Life Coaching bring to Women?

What can Life Coaching bring to Women?

What can Life Coaching bring to Women?
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You are a determined millennial woman who is hoping to build up your confidence, your leadership abilities, and gather clarity on the way you need to take so you can keep on gaining an achievement. You may feel overpowered or stuck; you may hate your work, or merely feel uncertain as to where you are in life now and what more you want.

These emotions continually hovering around are entirely ok, and are what I enable my customers to overcome!

Clarity

The life coaching needs of women are altogether different than the particular ones of men. Women go through a wide range of life stages that require a different set of skills to switch gears effortlessly. These life stages include growing up & education, dating, developing career, childbearing, parenthood, homemaking, and even menopausing. For example, I recently went through two pregnancies in the last 4 years. It was very difficult to juggle motherhood, hormones, business ownership, and home all at the same time. I had to bring my private practice to a stop for couple months each time and it took another couple months to bring it back to full practice again. My husband, on the other hand, did not even miss a beat with his work both times. I hear these challenges in the work I do with women all the time. Life coaching can very helpful during this time. It makes you realize the different life stages you, as a woman, have experienced, and the manner in which various negative or positive experiences have affected your life to date.  You get to build up your capacity to express and investigate the passionate changes you are experiencing right now. Gaining clarity through goals and priorities helps a great deal to ease anxiety and worries.

Balance

Women play multiple roles at any given time and they can switch these roles from parenthood to homemaker to an entrepreneur without much of a trouble. But having the capacity to multi-task may mean imbalance elsewhere, especially when it comes to self-care. A life coach can advise you to have a better understanding of the balance and battle with life adjustment issues, by giving explicit concentration and a useful technique that makes a change.

Self-care

Improving the quality of your lifestyle requires a reasonable understanding of individual goals, needs, and wants. Women are more emotionally engaged in every aspect of their lives. Building and maintaining healthy relationships require hard work. We give it all but yet when it comes to receiving, we put ourselves the last. Without self-care, you will burn out and will not be able to give, which you love to do. For the sake of others, you need to learn to take care of yourself. A life coach can help you come up with self-care strategies that are unique to you and your situation. The self-care strategies that energize and empower you require a lot of self-awareness. I would say start with going back to nature if you don’t have a lot of specific preferences yet. Here is Moorestown, NJ and Philadelphia area; there are a lot of things to do in nature. There is a big river, a lot of small creeks, a lot of hills to hike, and a lot of farms & open space. Find what is appealing and do it consistently for better results.

There isn’t a specific certification to work with women although there could be one. However, being a woman is a good start to understanding a woman. You have to believe that you have more to offer to the world than just paying bills and surviving. You are here to amplify your potential, discover satisfaction, and make the full life you need to lead. Life coaching can help you with all that. Give it a try.

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Dr Kaur
Dr. Kaur is a licensed professional counselor and a coach. Her specialty includes applying a holistic approach to counseling & coaching that integrates quantum physics principles. She also specializes in serving the emotional and social needs of highly-intellectual and gifted (yet often misunderstood) segment of the population to help them with their emotional intensity, self-criticism, moral sensitivity, self-esteem/worth issues, idealism or perfectionist tendencies, over-analyzation, and feelings of inadequacy.

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