Breaking Down Life Coaching Barriers of Entry

by | May 13, 2016 | Life Coach Training and Certification | 4 comments

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We live in a Wikipedia world where the education that matters most is what we learn together.

Life coaching is one of the best methods of creating learning and awareness, helping clients experience growth in pursuing excellence. It’s the one on one conversation that helps facilitate this discovery far beyond the benefits of looking up solutions online or reading another self-help book.

Bryan Hart quote about education

This is why the hands-on experience of peer coaching is so critical to effective coach training. As coaches seek to grow towards their International Coach Federation Professional Coach Certification and beyond, it’s important that they look for training that emphasizes the experience of coaching in the sandbox of a practical training program.

My work within Academy of Coach Training focuses on creating content that helps lower the knowledge “barrier of entry” in the Life Coaching market. If you visit and subscribe to my channel, you will find a growing database of information to help you learn the basics (and beyond) of coaching so that as you look for Certified Life Coach Training programs you can focus on those whose primary emphasis lies not in lecturing, but in the interpersonal learning like the programs offered by Coach Training Edu.

Let’s learn together.

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4 Comments

  1. Julie Pavlova

    Thank you for this post, Bryan! I know how helpful can be the content made by you. Will share it

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  2. Bryan Hart

    Thank you Julie. I just finished the Ethics section, and I am launching a career coaching focused playlist soon too. I hope these are helpful for many people who want a taste of life coaching.

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  3. Barbara Buckner

    Bryan, well said! Learning from other coaches and experiencing coaching grows your knowledge and effectiveness as a coach. It IS the interplay between coaches that creates the strongest ah-ha moments, and exponential growth! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. admin

    Bryan, you are right on! Learning from and alongside other coaches made the coach training experience more than I ever thought it could be. I loved playing the “sandbox” with you guys!

    Reply

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