The Art & Science of Coaching Parents

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People can turn their problems around.  They can be whatever they want.  They can have whatever they want. Coaching is about that process.  You help them and it is an incredible job. Coaches review a client’s strengths and focus on them.

 

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  “I’ll tell you about Parent Coaching? You have to have a plan and it has to be a plan that works.  You should not settle for the mediocre in life.  Coaching helps you set goals.  I collaborate with my clients.  I am on their side.  As a coach, I help and strategize with my clients so they can achieve their goals.  Coaching is about personal evolution, vision, what’s next, what’s now, and moving forward. It’s about having standards, not settling for the mediocre in life, but looking and feeling your best.  ~ Life Coach–Annemarie Brown~

 

In coaching, the model is that the client is whole and wants to achieve goals. The parent is open to advice and discussion and looking to the future, not the past. The clients who employ coaches are healthy and happy people who want to improve their lives. They want to go from [block]2[/block] to better parents.

 

 

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Your first step before you start gathering names and emails for your client list is to identify your target market.  Only by describing your target market in detail can you give them the useful content and recommend offers they need. You create a target market profile...

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Example of Ideal Client Description

My ideal client is between 35 and 65. She may be married or divorced with one or two children. She is middle class, educated, and lives in a middle-to-upper class neighborhood. She has always been financially independent. She owns her own business or would like to...

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9 Parent Tips to Teach Children to Manage Stress

Traditionally, many school-aged children love school and look forward to start of a new school year. But for other children, it’s also a time of great stress. In fact, stress—those overwhelming feelings of doubt about ourselves or our ability to handle things—is as...

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Key to Financially Successful Parent Coaches

Focusing on a financially successful business brought forth my strengths. Resilience surfaced and opened the door to passion. which fueled my success. That kind of focus makes room for hope, creativity, and eventually financial success in the role you love!

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Parent Coaching Skills for Transformation

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Coach Parents to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children

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The Family Coach Solves the Puzzles

My Family Coach didn't have cliche, immediate answers to my questions about managing a toddler's outbursts. Instead, she asked me more questions about values and viewpoints. When we finished the discussion, i realized I was in complete harmony with my parenting...

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