by Magda Niculescu (Romania)

Truth or myth? 9 tips about becoming a successful coach

A lot of people I am meeting lately are flirting with the idea of changing their career and becoming a professional coach. The motives are diverse and often a mix of: not relating with the purpose of their current company and its day-to-day implementation, desiring a life style allowing for more personal space, aspiring to find for themselves the secrets of a happy and successful life.

And many progress the flirting stage into serious dating (attending coaching communities), engagement (enrolling in a coaching school) and even marriage (activating as a coach). But how many of us coaches can boast with a “happily ever after”?

Source: iCN Issue 1 (Maiden Issue); pages 28-29