Guide to Becoming a Coaching Educator

Publisher: Coaching Out Of The Box®

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Guide to Becoming a Coaching Educator

More and more people are entering the exciting and fulfilling world of coaching where some are building a fulfilling career while others are building a lucrative business. There are many reasons people turn to coaching but one of the most common is the opportunity and flexibility to craft your career/business to meet your needs while making a difference in the lives of others. Individuals who enter the coaching field come from diverse backgrounds, with different educations and their own set of goals but tend to share a common passion for helpingothers achieve their best. Just as people enter coaching with differences, the field of coaching provides many different opportunities to allow each person to follow his/her passion for helping others in ways that fit with their own goals, personality, life style and needs.