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life coach

n.
A person who counsels or motivates others in the achievement of personal objectives such as choosing or changing careers, improving relationships, setting goals, and determining priorities.
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This change Jane puts down to her life-coaching qualifications, experience and teaching.
Jane, who has now worked in life-coaching for around four years, although she set up her business in March of this year, soon began to see how her own difficult relationship with food could be aided by what she was teaching others.
Gaye Hutchinson, Director of the School of Flexible Learning at Newcastle College, said: "Life-coaching has never been so popular.
The 60-hour course is broken down into two parts ( Becoming Your Own Life Coach, which leads to a certificate in personal life-coaching, and Success As Your Own Life Coach, which leads to a diploma in personal life-coaching.
"Most people think they want something and they really want something else," she began, summing up her life-coaching philosophy.
Six years ago she quit the rat race to set up her own life-coaching business.
That was until he attended group life-coaching workshop which showed him how to trust his gut instinct.
Starting on January 14, Julie and her colleague Fiona Horwood will be running Coventry's first life-coaching workshop at Beechwood Tennis Club in Earlsdon "aimed at helping you to achieve your wildest dreams!"
Celia, 50, of Moray, said: "Life-coaching can help couples communicate better and give each other the space they need to grow.
Celia and Peter, who founded Diamond Life-coaching, are good people to ask for advice when it comes to relationships.
Many people had been feeling this way even before the destruction of the World Trade Centre, and some decided to do something about it by signing up to a life-coaching course.