Red flags in online coaching are important to notice, especially because they can often play on the very patterns you are looking for support to change. Coaching can be extremely helpful when you want to create something different in your life. Working with a coach can help you build a business that fits you, develop sustainable healthy habits, feel more confident in your personal and/or professional life, navigate a life transition, and engage with clarity so many other aspects of life. However, it is a booming and unregulated industry and the online space is full of people intentionally and unintentionally playing on and perpetuating problematic societal stories.
In this episode of Unlimited, the podcast, I engage the red flags raised by some of the common “annoying things coaches say” so that you can catch them before getting sucked in by them.
Some of what I’ll cover in this episode include:
- One size fits all strategies
- Money mindset manipulation
- Making a misaligned strategy about mindset
- Force weakening vs empowering
- Mindset band aids vs sustainable change
- When you need a coach
You deserve support that is truly supportive and helps you feel empowered and resilient in your life. It is especially important during this time of great uncertainty as we are called to make change individually and societally. If you ever have any questions as you seek the right support for you, please feel free to reach out.
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LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE:
#1 What Is Life Coaching
#22 Creating Your Ideal Day YOUR Way
#38 Making Decisions I Can Trust
#39 Calling Out BS In Online Business with Sam Munoz and Karyn Paige
#40 So, You Want To Start A Podcast with Alesia Galati