Atlas Life Coach Helps Clients Find Much-Needed Direction
In the 21st century, we are fraught with the stresses, complexities and uncertainties of life that have taken their toll on individuals and on society. People are seeking some direction in their own lives which can indicate or clarify the next steps to be taken. In the last few decades of the 20th century, a new avenue to help people emerged—the availability of engaging a life coach.
A life coach is not a therapist, one who deals with the past events; or a psychologist, who helps you to identify, accept and acknowledge who you are; or a medical professional, who can prescribe medications which can modify behaviors.
A life coach is someone who listens and provides feedback based upon private conversations. Oftentimes, it is a person’s inner voice which needs to be heard over the dialogues, opinions and chaos of everyday life.
A life coach, like Albert Lavenziano, of Atlas Life Coach, helps to identify common patterns and connections. This can assist in unscrambling the directions for a person’s future. From that point, the choices made can lead to a more satisfying and fulfilling work-life balance. Ultimately, isn’t that what we all aspire to achieve?
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