Reflections: The Animas Blog
If you’re looking to embark on a journey to become a coach, we believe it is vital to understand what’s expected of you and what it means to be joining the coaching profession.
Great news! You’ve finished your coursework, completed your practice hours, and you’ve finally qualified as a coach. Now, how do you find coaching jobs?
The popularity of coaching as an approach to personal and professional development and change continues to grow, and this comes as little surprise to us.
Undertaking a coaching course, particularly one as comprehensive as ours is a big commitment. Financially, emotionally, mentally. So it’s understandable that you may have a lot of questions about whether it’s truly worth it.
Many things have changed over the course of the years around how I coach. I’m hoping that the rabbit-caught-in-headlights look of the early days of client work has dissipated! Similarly, the clumsy advice-as-question ruse has faded away over time.
It is perfectly natural to have fears when starting out on a new venture, of any kind; whether it’s our first time in a kayak, first time ordering a coffee in a foreign language