life coach

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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.

life coach

n
(Professions) a person whose job is to improve the quality of his or her client's life, by offering advice on professional and personal matters, such as career, health, personal relationships, etc

life coach

- An advisor who helps people with problems, decisions, and goal attainment in daily life.
See also related terms for problems.
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s=BICX) BICX ) offers a holistic solution that utilises an implant form of the drug naltrexone that addresses physical cravings coupled with a life-coaching program to deal with the psycho-social aspect of the addiction in a program called the Start Fresh Program.
She has taken four different life-coaching programmes since 2005 and remains passionate about learning more.
Today she is the epitome of a successful professional, with her own life-coaching business running alongside a freelance role as an optometrist.
The independent report into the Choose Life initiative found the life-coaching projects brought a number of benefits to inmates.
The accredited course provides learners with the fundamentals of life-coaching ( equipping people with skills to make permanent, positive changes.
The research, conducted by NOP for Cheshire based national life-coaching network Excelerate, illustrates that most people find it hard to transform their lives for the better.
She devised the life-coaching programme after losing everything in the fire.
Husband and wife team Celia and Peter Hawe run a life-coaching service aimed at solving romantic problems - and they say their work has done wonders for their own love life as well as helping others.
One of Julie Sanders' life-coaching clients was a high-flying businessman with a secret ambition he could not disclose to work colleagues.
MLRC), the leading company in offering the long-lasting naltrexone implant, coupled with its proprietary life-coaching program for the revolutionary dual treatment of addiction and alcoholism, announced today the opening of its fifth location in Detroit, MI.
The prize consists of one 90-minute initial session, followed by six one-to-one hour-long life-coaching sessions.
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.