Where did the idea for Knowledge 4 Life come from?
It was born out of my love to obtain knowledge. Every day is a constant quest for knowledge, growth, and understanding.
What does Knowledge 4 Life mean?
Knowledge 4 Life means a core focus and understanding of 4 key areas of life. Those areas are career, spiritual, relationships, and unconventional income.
What K4L principles have you applied to your life?
I have applied all four to my life. Receiving Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior at the age of 24 began my own Knowledge 4 Life Journey.
Why is life coaching important for people to consider?
Working with a personal coach is one of the most positive forms of interaction. That interaction will; challenge you to reach deep within yourself, and the coaching process will help you discover your unique gifts. Once you realize that you are truly unique, you will be able to use that knowledge to create a life you love and identify the work you want to do every day.
Many seek coaching after being laid off from a job, as they trudge through an unsatisfying career, before starting a business, or upon being confronted with a job transfer. In life, the only constant is change, and our ability to adapt to that change and apply specific action steps will help us adjust more easily. Coaching allows clients to explore their dreams and discover their own answers.
We must learn to live our dreams and not be afraid to pursue the personal or professional desire that burns within us. But don’t just dream; renew your passion for life. Create a partnership of success with a Life Coach. Here are a few ways coaching can help you improve your life:
- Unlock your potential
- Take action steps toward your goals
- Overcome fears and doubts
- Discover your God- given calling
- Develop a plan of action
- Increase business and personal income
- Get rid of self- doubt and increase confidence
- Avoid the potholes on the road of life
- Eliminate obstacles to success
- Learn how to change and adapt to change
- Discover what is missing from your life
- Guide you from where you are now to where you want to be
What is the difference between coaching and counseling?
Coaching is a profession. It encourages personal and professional growth. Coaching is always forward moving and is focused exclusively on your future. Coaching can help you eliminate the different obstacles to success, discover your God-given purpose and achieve results that will improve your life. Conversely, counseling, deals more with healing pain and dysfunction. Often, pain and dysfunction stems from a need to heal from past experiences which now hamper your future. In coaching, we may touch on your past, but only to help you see your present and your future more clearly. Coaching is not intended to resolve past issues. If it appears you may need therapy instead of coaching, I will certainly suggest that course of action to a client.
Who is best suited for life coaching?
People from many different walks of life often use a coach. These individuals can be CEO’s, lawyers, business owners and a multitude of other individuals who want to get more out of life.
Coaching clients tend to be successful, intelligent, seek more from life and desire more than a job that simply allows them to pay the bills. Coaching clients are people who may not be where they want to be right now, but desire to move beyond where they are.
The only boundary to your success is the one you put in place. We all have unlimited potential. Change your life today by making a decision this very moment that your future will be better than your present.
What can people expect during life coaching?
Coaching is a process of self-discovery. I provide the powerful questioning, accountability and support. The client discovers the answers along the journey. There are challenging written exercises I provide and action steps to bring forth the needed clarity.
How is Christian life coaching different from standard life coaching?
Christian Coaching is a way of coaching people through a biblical worldview. Helping people find God’s vision for their lives and learn to live accordingly. Christian coaching focuses on the view that true fulfillment comes in living God’s plan for your life.