Anjali Nagpal is a business trainer, a life coach and workshop facilitator certified to present Heal Your Life transformational workshop worldwide (based on the philosophy of Louise L Hay) approved by Hay House, US. She also conducts others workshops relating to self healing.
Life can be messy. It can be tough and frustrating when you feel like you're a million miles away from where you thought you would be. You know you need to make a change. But change can be a real pain – how do you know if you're making the right decision? There are so many possibilities and it feels overwhelming! How can you know what's the right thing to do? It doesn't help that the voice in your head is also telling you that you're not good enough, not smart enough or not brave enough to make it happen.
You already know that you're capable of so much more! That you are more than capable of being happy and living your dream. That's why you're here reading this now, you're searching for an answer that will help you move away from that anxious feeling in your heart and towards a life that is truly yours.
A life coach is not a psychiatrist. He is someone who will help improve your personal and/or professional life by offering support and encouragement while suggesting new ways to achieve your goals. A life coach is more of a partnership than anything else. It is a support system with one goal in mind: improving your quality of life.
A life coach will ideally have a substantial amount of experience and education in his own field, as well as the required coaching certifications. Certification assures that high standards are set while reinforcing professional coaching as a distinct and self-regulating profession.
Whether your coach is degreed, certified or not, be sure that he has a winning track record before pulling out your checkbook.
Professional coaches, through a partnership with the client, are there to help produce positive results, whether in their professional or personal lives. They help people perform better and ultimately improve the quality of their lives.
In most cases, a life coach is required when the person is in a transition phase and needs support for any of the following reasons:
Reassessing life goals and developing action plans
Lack of balance between work and life
Difficulty dealing with stressful situations
Difficulty making life decisions
Prioritizing projects and timelines
Urgent situations involving high risks or challenges
Identifying core strengths and maximizing their potential
Simplifying life to reduce stress and increase productivity
Help with time management
Lack of control over life
Trained to listen, observe and customize an approach to the client's needs, the coach will work to find solutions and strategies that will help the individual out of the rut they are in.
why it works
Unlike other forms of self-help or therapy, life coaching offers a new look on basic human needs. Partnership, support and know-how are areas that distinguish life coaching from other therapies.