Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions

Coaching is a process that aims to improve performance and focuses on the present (rather than on the distant past) to create better opportunities for future. In coaching, fundamentally, the coach is helping the individual to improve their own performance: in other words, helping them to learn. The essence of Coaching is raising awareness and responsibility to unlock a person’s potential and maximize their performance. It is also a method of achieving set goals.

A Self-Mastery Coach is someone professionally trained to support, encourage, challenge, motivate you to achieve your goals. They’re someone who will push you to identify your goals, your passion, your strengths, hold you accountable and provide encouragement throughout your journey to become a better version of yourself. They help you grow by analyzing your current situation, identifying limiting beliefs and other potential challenges you face and preparing a custom plan of action designed to help you achieve specific outcomes in your life.

Anyone having a desire to change part of their life so that they are happier and have the realization that they will stay focused and achieve their goals easily with the support of Coach\Mentor. All kinds of people use coaches, including entrepreneurs, executives, homemakers, managers, professionals etc. These people identify a gap between where they are and where they want to be, and turn to coaching for guidance\support.

 NO. Therapy  focuses on mental health and emotional healing (mostly from the past), while coaching focuses on setting and achieving goals (create an action plan that helps you change your behavior in some area of your life).

Therapists assess, diagnose and treat illness whereas Coaches motivate and encourage people to achieve specific goals.

Biggest difference is, a Consultant holds the answer to clients problem, while a Coach helps their Client find their own answers.

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