Becoming a life coach is an exciting and challenging journey. Not only do you become a professional life coach, but you also grow personally along the way. As with any growth experience, new life coaches face challenges as they develop their skills and build their confidence. Three of the most common challenges new life coaches … Read more Top 3 Challenges New Coaches Face
Tammi is an Academic Life Coach based in California offering teen coaching services, yoga & mindset training and mindfulness workshops. She has been a high school teacher since 2004; placing value on curiosity, individuality and intellectual growth in the classroom. Her coaching practice, Flutter Space, is her vision for teens to find their voice and … Read more Teen Empowerment with Tamara Sheridan
Erica Giselle is a Life & Leadership Coach who works with women navigating the push-pull of security and risk in their life and career. Her real job is to help women rise. Through coaching and with tools designed specifically for women, she supports ambitious women rise up without burning out. Erica spent most of her … Read more Helping Women Rise with Erica Penner
We’ve heard it over and over from every business guru out there – niche down! While it’s important to identify your specific niche, it can be a challenging thing to actually accomplish. It’s critical, though, as a way to set yourself apart from other life coaches. Instead of trying to be a generalist, consider your own unique … Read more How to Set Yourself Apart As a Coach
The number one question we get from those considering coaching is, “how do I know that life coaching is the right for me?” Life coaches come from all walks of life, with vastly different experiences and skillsets so what are the determining factors? It really comes down to three abilities that are part of the … Read more Is Life Coaching a Good Career Fit for Me?
We had the pleasure of sitting down with CTEDU Trainer, Alejandra Ascenzo. Ale is an Executive Life Coach from Peru currently living in Mexico. Watch the interview to learn more about why she left the corporate world, how coaching prepared her for motherhood and the future of coaching in Latin America.
Implementing coaching techniques when working with students can feel overwhelming when you’re in a position at a school or institution that requires the sharing of knowledge, information, resources, policies, expectations, and procedures. Academic Advisors are expected to direct students in choosing classes to ensure on-time graduation. College Counselors are expected to be the go-to source … Read more How to Use Life Coaching Techniques for Student Success
The skills you learn as a life coach aren’t only beneficial for your career but they also can serve to improve your personal relationships. The foundational skills that make for a successful life coach are the same that can create meaningful personal relationships. There are two major components of life coaching that can have a … Read more How Life Coaching Skills can Improve your Personal Relationships
We had the pleasure of interviewing CTEDU Trainer, Hannah Finrow. After a whirlwind of events in 2013, Hannah found herself recovering from an emergency surgery and interviewing for her dream job—as a coach, covered in cracker crumbs. Pause is an ongoing theme in Hannah’s life and business. She is passionate about using pause as an … Read more Pause and Be with Hannah Finrow
CTEDU’S Co-founder, John Andrew Williams, CTEDU Trainer, Andrew Dormus, and CTEDU Director of Enrollment, Matt Welch, addressed the most common questions surrounding certification because we know, it’s confusing. Here are the top 5 questions: 1. Who is the ICF? The International Coaching Federation founded in 1995 is the current leader in credentialing within the coaching … Read more ICF Certification Process Explained