What is Life Coaching

This page aims to tell you what Life Coaching is and help you decide if Life Coaching is for you.

How a Life Coach can help you

Your life coach will first meet with you to understand your personal story. They will ask you many questions to get a full understanding of what the problems are and what you want to change. You then work together to set personal goals to overcome the problems. Your life coach will use effective coaching techniques to help you set your goals. Sessions that follow focus on achieving your goals using evidenced-based coaching practices. How many sessions required is different for each person. Your life coach will tell you after your first meeting how many sessions they recommend. You enter into an agreement to focus on your goals within and between sessions.

Worried about what you will be asked?

 You do not need to talk about anything you are not comfortable talking about. Sessions focus on the present and future. If there are issues from your past that are creating barriers to achieving your goals then sessions will look at finding solutions to those barriers.

Common problems clients present with are below:

  • work/life balance
  • work stress and anxiety
  • low mood
  • low self-esteem
  • career transition
  • career progression difficulties
  • lack of assertiveness
  • difficult relationships
  • weight and body issues


What you can expect from Be Brilliant Life Coaching

  • Professional service
  • Qualified Life Coach who has membership with the Association for Coaching
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Coaching
  • Free no obligation telephone consultation
  • Time-limited and focussed sessions
  • Confidentiality assured
  • Non-judgemental and friendly approach

Email info@bebrilliantlifecoaching.com now to arrange your first free no obligation telephone consultation.

Learn more by clicking Meet Samantha Bennett, the Life Coach.

Life Coaching Defined

“Life Coaching is a collaborative solution-focused, results-orientated and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of work performance, life experience, self-directed learning and personal growth of the coachee.” Association for Coaching.


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