The Life Coaching Handbook

Everything You Need To Be An Effective Life Coach

The first book worldwide about how to become a Life Coach and set up your own business, this book contains life coaching models along with suggestions on how to set up a life coaching practice and build a successful life coaching business. The Life Coaching Handbook. Everything You Need To Be An Effective Life Coach by Curly Martin. Published 2001 ISBN 189983671-3 Please contact us before placing an order for prices and shipping if ordering this product from outside the UK.

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Now an international bestseller, this book offers a comprehensive and indispensible guide to anyone considering becoming a Life Coach or wanting to enhance their existing skills in this role. Its easy-to-read style makes the techniques available to readers from all walks of life and occupations.

The Life Coaching Handbook is included in the University of Derby’s recommended reading list for the Institute of Leadership and Management programme

"If you are thinking about becoming a life coach this is the book for you. Not only is it inspirational it also has practical information about how to set up a life coaching practice. It is in three distinct parts the first dealing clearly and effectively with life coaching basics, how to start a practice and make a success. The second part comprises very clear and simple to follow usage of NLP within life coaching. There are several case studies and examples which make the process not only interesting to read but also easy to put into practise. The final part uses an adaptation from the Spiral Dynamics double helix model to clearly define its uses in life coaching. Not an easy task but one which the author has achieved excellently. I highly recommend this book not only for life coaches but also for anyone involved in the coaching world. A must have book. I hope you enjoy and benefit from reading this book as much as I have. Thank you for taking the time to read my review." P. Gent Brighton