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The Art of
Coaching

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Coaching is a growing field that really guides the client to their own decisions and accountability. Coaches don’t give advice; they guide, which is why it is important for a coach to have a specialized coaching niche. Like any profession, coaches have areas of expertise such as in business, wellness, life, sobriety, and career coaching, to name a few.

Written by Leanne Nardi - Jay Shetty Certified Coach

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Coaching is a growing field that really guides the client to their own decisions and accountability. Coaches don’t give advice; they guide. This is why it is important for a coach to have a specialized coaching niche.  Like any profession, coaches have areas of expertise such as business, wellness, life, sobriety, and career coaching, to name a few.  

A coach's strength lies within their niche and allows them to focus on who they feel they can work with based on the "clients" challenges and growth journey. It also allows them to market themselves properly, to identify a target market, and to build credibility as a coach.  

Lifestyle and career coaching is my niche. Having been a part of education as a teacher and mentor for many years, it became apparent that a lot of people tend to lead their lives based on someone else's needs and/or expectations instead of listening to their inner voice.

What is your coaching niche and why did you choose it? 

Fast forward 1, 5, 10, 25 years or longer, a potential client wakes up one day and realizes they are not feeling fulfilled in their job, life, relationships, and/or with themselves. Working one on one with clients provides a lot of opportunity to serve the client better by listening and guiding to ultimately help them to discover their true potential where they initiate the action.  This niche provides the opportunity to help clients live up to their action plan and help them stop buying into “the one size fits all” approach, to really look within, and tap into their wants
and needs.

In the lifestyle and career coaching niche there are a variety of challenges clients come with, which are: lack of job satisfaction, graduating from school and realizing they never liked what they were studying, and/or they don’t know what to do next. 

They may feel personally unfulfilled, which is having a negative impact on their personal and/or professional life. People also seek lifestyle and career coaching to help with procrastination, weak organizational skills, and lack of direction. This niche also provides support for entrepreneurs and motivated individuals who also like having someone in their corner to keep them on track for achieving their goals on a daily basis. Once people realize the importance of investing in themselves and having the support of a personal coach to keep them accountable, their fears and limiting beliefs become a thing of the past.

What are some challenges that people are coming to you with?

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Coaching is a growing field that really
guides the client to their own decisions
and accountability.

There are many tips out there that offer suggestions for challenges in 2021.  One of the most important tips is to invest in yourself and work with a coach that offers a model and action steps that will help you to get to where you want to be.

Another tip: is don’t be afraid to seek out help. People often stay in the same jobs and/or lifestyle because they lack motivation and confidence.  When you work on yourself with a reputable coach, they will keep you accountable, honest, and truthful to yourself.  This is key – In order for change to happen, work with someone who calls out your excuses and helps you to look within, with your best interests in mind.  Lastly, ignore “limiting beliefs” (they are not helpful and keep you stuck) and switch your mindset to positive affirmations.  Live life, Be YOU!

What tips can you offer to our audience that might be struggling with the same challenges in 2021?

Any motivated person who has a growth mindset and is committed to change should seek help from a life coach. Many articles and social media sites preach about change everyday (which is great), but ultimately it is the person that has to do the work.  

In order to do the work, investing in yourself, and bringing your ideas to fruition are important aspects of initiating change. Coaching provides the opportunity to look at what is and what isn’t working

Some people might be hesitant about hiring a coach, but that is just another excuse to resist change and stay as you they. Limiting beliefs will stay just that, if you let them. Find a coach that you feel comfortable working with and who you connect to. Once you find the right coach, you won’t look back.  You will find your vision and your purpose with much authenticity. 

Who should seek help from a
life coach? What would you say
to someone who is unsure
about being coached?

Article written by Leanne Nardi.
Connect with Leanne at 

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FEATURE ARTICLE

The Art of
Coaching

Coaching is a growing field that really guides the client to their own decisions and accountability. Coaches don’t give advice; they guide, which is why it is important for a coach to have a specialized coaching niche. Like any profession, coaches have areas of expertise such as in business, wellness, life, sobriety, and career coaching, to name a few.

Written by Leanne Nardi - Jay Shetty Certified Coach

Coaching is a growing field that really guides the client to their own decisions and accountability. Coaches don’t give advice; they guide. This is why it is important for a coach to have a specialized coaching niche.  Like any profession, coaches have areas of expertise such as business, wellness, life, sobriety, and career coaching, to name a few.  

A coach's strength lies within their niche and allows them to focus on who they feel they can work with based on the "clients" challenges and growth journey. It also allows them to market themselves properly, to identify a target market, and to build credibility as a coach.  

Lifestyle and career coaching is my niche. Having been a part of education as a teacher and mentor for many years, it became apparent that a lot of people tend to lead their lives based on someone else's needs and/or expectations instead of listening to their inner voice.

What is your coaching niche and why did you choose it? 

Fast forward 1, 5, 10, 25 years or longer, a potential client wakes up one day and realizes they are not feeling fulfilled in their job, life, relationships, and/or with themselves. Working one on one with clients provides a lot of opportunity to serve the client better by listening and guiding to ultimately help them to discover their true potential where they initiate the action.  This niche provides the opportunity to help clients live up to their action plan and help them stop buying into “the one size fits all” approach, to really look within, and tap into their wants
and needs.

In the lifestyle and career coaching niche there are a variety of challenges clients come with, which are: lack of job satisfaction, graduating from school and realizing they never liked what they were studying, and/or they don’t know what to do next. 

They may feel personally unfulfilled, which is having a negative impact on their personal and/or professional life. People also seek lifestyle and career coaching to help with procrastination, weak organizational skills, and lack of direction. This niche also provides support for entrepreneurs and motivated individuals who also like having someone in their corner to keep them on track for achieving their goals on a daily basis. Once people realize the importance of investing in themselves and having the support of a personal coach to keep them accountable, their fears and limiting beliefs become a thing of the past.

What are some challenges that people are coming to
you with?

New image (copy) New image (copy)

Coaching is a growing
field that really guides the client to their own decisions and accountability.

leanne-nardi-headshots-0097-r.jpg

There are many tips out there that offer suggestions for challenges in 2021.  One of the most important tips is to invest in yourself and work with a coach that offers a model and action steps that will help you to get to where you want to be.

Another tip: is don’t be afraid to seek out help. People often stay in the same jobs and/or lifestyle because they lack motivation and confidence.  When you work on yourself with a reputable coach, they will keep you accountable, honest, and truthful to yourself.  This is key – In order for change to happen, work with someone who calls out your excuses and helps you to look within, with your best interests in mind.  Lastly, ignore “limiting beliefs” (they are not helpful and keep you stuck) and switch your mindset to positive affirmations.  Live life, Be YOU!

What tips can you offer to our audience that might be struggling with the same challenges in 2021?

Any motivated person who has a growth mindset and is committed to change should seek help from a life coach. Many articles and social media sites preach about change everyday (which is great), but ultimately it is the person that has to do the work.  

In order to do the work, investing in yourself, and bringing your ideas to fruition are important aspects of initiating change. Coaching provides the opportunity to look at what is and what isn’t working

Some people might be hesitant about hiring a coach, but that is just another excuse to resist change and stay as you they. Limiting beliefs will stay just that, if you let them. Find a coach that you feel comfortable working with and who you connect to. Once you find the right coach, you won’t look back.  You will find your vision and your purpose with much authenticity. 

Who should seek help from a life coach?
What would you say to someone who is unsure
about being coached?

Article written by Leanne Nardi.
Connect with Leanne at 

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