Life Coaching For Dummies
Life coaching is a popular, though unregulated, personal development tool. This no-nonsense guide debunks the myths behind life coaching and gives expert advice on incorporating it into daily life. Whether readers want to self-coach or work with a professional, this savvy resource provides essential tips on getting priorities straight, being more productive, and achieving goals.
Jeni Mumford (London, UK) is a qualified personal life coach and an accredited NLP practitioner.
Chapter One: Introducing Life coaching.
Chapter Two: Deciding what you want to get out of life coaching.
Chapter Three: Preparing for coaching.
Part Two: Your life coaching journey.
Chapter four: Becoming your best self.
Chapter five: Choosing your beliefs.
Chapter Six: Discovering the values that motivate you.
Chapter Seven: Stocking up on empowering questions.
Chapter Eight: Taking stock of now.
Chapter Nine: Exploring your options.
Chapter Ten: Planning effective action.
Part Three: Focusing on the elements of your life.
Chapter Eleven: Career and work.
Chapter Twelve: Money, wealth and abundance.
Chapter Thirteen: People and relationships.
Chapter Fourteen: Physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
Chapter Fifteen: Learning and growing.
Part Four: Creating a harmonious whole life.
Chapter Sixteen: Achieving balance.
Chapter Seventeen: Making major life changing decisions.
Chapter Eighteen: Applying your coaching skills more widely.
Part five: The Part of Tens.
Chapter Nineteen – 10 life coaching Beliefs about yourself.
Chapter Twenty– 10 questions to keep your life on track.
Chapter Twenty-one – 10 Daily balancing acts.
Chapter Twenty-two – 10 inspirational resources. Appendix: Becoming a Life Coach.
In her business Jeni uses best practice coaching techniques together with NLP, and is a licensed facilitator of Tetramap (a holistic model of behaviour) and Goal Mapping (a brain-friendly technique for identifying and maximising progress towards goals). She is addicted to learning and this helps her add value to her work with clients. But Jeni will admit that quite a lot of the credit is down to her succession of cats, from whom she has picked up a great deal about how to handle the ups and downs of life.*
One of the things Jeni likes best about being a coach is that she feels she always gets as much out of the experience as her clients and she can’t thank them enough for the honour of seeing them move themselves from frustration to power. Honestly, it’s enough to make you want to write a book about it . . .
You can find out more about Jeni and her business at: www.reachforstarfish.com.
* This philosophy can be summed up as: play, ponder, and when in doubt, take a long nap in the sun or on a comfy bed.