Professional Christian Life Coach Training Courses: Certification

Author Archive » Breakthrough Team

View Coaching As A Business

Posted on by
To Succeed as a Coach, You have to View Coaching as a Business Let’s get one thing clear. Most people in this world are good in at least one element of their life. Maybe they’re passionate about a certain subject. Perhaps ... Read More

Coaching Skills Are Teachable

Posted on by
Yes, coaching skills are teachable. Life coaching is a skill that can be learned, but you need seasoned help to learn this skill. Like any skill you desire to learn or become more proficient in, there are many ways ... Read More

Becoming A Niche Leader

Posted on by
Niche leader status doesn’t happen by accident. When you first started marketing your coaching online, did you have dreams of waking up in your pajamas, setting up a little bit of content that you carefully crafted with just the right keyword ... Read More

What Coaching Sounds Like

Posted on by
Below is a great example of what Christian life coaching sounds like… Coach: What would you like to talk about today? Client: Well, I have a lot going on right now and I’m really feeling overwhelmed. I am trying to redo an ... Read More

How Can A Life Coach Help

Posted on by
Sometimes life gets hard. Even if you do fine most of the time, there comes a time in everyone’s life when they feel stuck and feel like everything is just a little out of focus and out of control. ... Read More

Control Unhealthy Thinking

Posted on by
by Daryl Daughtry At first glance, it would seem that healthy thinking and Attention Deficit Disorder (known as ADD) have nothing to do with one another. But many people with ADD develop unhealthy thinking patterns because they become frustrated by their ... Read More

Coaches Need to Decide

Posted on by
Coaches need to decide on priorities. Decide what’s truly important to you regarding your coaching practice. Focus early in the day by learning to say “no” to the unimportant and “yes” to the very important. Coaches need to decide to listen. It’s okay ... Read More