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Life coach for young adults

At the grand old age of 47 I can say with crystal clear clarity, I wish I had a life coach for young adults where I was at that age. 

Living life is a bloody minefield as it is, but that age of 16 to 23, 25...anything can happen, and we don't always have the right people around to guide us. 

I know I didn't. And that's not me kicking my parents square in the nuts, it's just that they didn't have the skills.

Coaching Vs Mentoring: people relaxing

So when it comes to finding a life coach for young adults...who should be choosing?

Make no bones about it, this page is for young adults thinking about finding a life coach. Now if you are the parent, do still read and take note. But if we are going to get this right, and that means having the right support for young adults we have to give them responsibility.

So if you are aged 16 and into your early 20s, your responsibility starts now.
Anyway, before we get our sleeves rolled up, congrats on getting this far.
You are ahead of the crowd.

No matter how you see life, getitng your ass to this page means you have started to take action. 

I'm going to show you how to find a great life coach for young adults (Will save you time and cash)

life coach for young adults goes shopping

What we have to remember is finding a life coach for young adults is a lot like buying new clothes...

You know when you walk into a clothes shop knowing you are probably you are going to buy something but you don't know what you want, your mind goes a bit blank when the assistant asks what you are looking for.


You need to ask yourself these 3 questions

Question #1
What is I want?

Question #2
What's been my journey so far?

Question #3
What's holding me back?

Fairly straight forward questions, but you may have longer answers.
However, gather together what you can,
doesn't matter if your answers are really short or very complicated,
at least you have some sort of idea... 

Now you need to work out who is the best life coach for you...

Ok, so we are going to go through some awesome questions to ask any life coach so you can quickly work out if they are going to be the best for you.

AND... 1 big tip you need to listen out for.

The 1 big tip you need to listen out for is, who spends the most time talking? If it's not you, and you have heard chapter and verse from the life coach, there's a good chance they are really passionate, but perhaps don't have the ability to ask you the best questions.

You need someone to ask you questions that make sense, it allows you to self-determine what is best for you.

There is nothing wrong with guidance, I offer it myself, however, there is a time when the coach needs to shut up, and let you talk. You see the solutions come from your answers.

You may not have the answers now, I suspect you don't hence you being here, but when the right questions are asked you can start to see your own path.

Image by Camylla Battani

I almost forget the questions

  1. What is your coaching approach and philosophy?

    • This question will help you understand the coach's style and whether it aligns with your needs and preferences. It can give you insights into their methods, techniques, and overall approach to coaching.

  2. What is your specialization or areas of expertise?

    • It's important to know if the coach has experience and expertise in areas that are relevant to your specific goals or challenges. This question will help you determine if their background aligns with what you're seeking support for.

  3. What is your coaching process and how do you structure sessions?

    • Understanding the coach's process can give you an idea of what to expect in terms of session structure, frequency, and duration. This question allows you to assess if their coaching style and structure fit well with your preferences and availability.

  4. How do you measure progress and success?

    • It's important to have a clear understanding of how the coach measures progress and success. This question can help you gauge their focus on goal setting, tracking milestones, and evaluating the effectiveness of the coaching process.

What next?

I'm not going to tell you which coach to speak with.
You have some great questions, that will give you the best direction. So the right thing to do now is to hop over to our page full of cool coaches, contact a few and ask your questions.

Do you need a coach?

Click the link below and we'll find you a great coach to suit your needs. There is no introductory fee and the coach will offer you a complimentary session to best understand your needs. Click here to proceed

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