Life coaching tools and skills are changing the way relationships work everywhere. Certified Academic Life Coach, Farah Radwan, a Professor at Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaxiz University in Saudi Arabia shared her coaching journey with us.
Farah: “I am an Academic Life coach. I also like to think of myself as a Transformational coach. I believe in the importance of someone’s journey. I think if we look around and we listen to people we can be inspired by with what they’re doing, what they have been through, but not a lot of people know what they can do with that journey or how they can navigate it. What I like to do is be that person, be that partner that can help show you the different side of the transition you’re going through and what you can do with that and how you can grow and learn more about yourself going through it.”
Q: What inspired you to become a coach?
Farah: “The more I got to know about coaching, the more I realized how much I need coaching. And then it made such a difference in my life that I wanted to be that difference, that person that makes a difference in someone else’s life. So it didn’t start with me wanting to be a coach, but it ended up definitely with me wanting to spend the rest of my life trying to be a good coach.”
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