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  • Arevik Hayrapetyan

Who is Coaching for?

Coaching is relevant to those people who are ready to optimize their lives by taking responsibility for their lives and making actions to realize their goals.

People coming from different walks of life and having different backgrounds, such as business people, political figures, leaders, artists, sportspeople, etc. benefit from coaching services.

Being in a partnership with a coach is an evidence of being successful and committed to self-improvement.

Even if you are sure that you have already reached the peak success of your life, remember, that coaching will help you to discover new opportunities for self-actualization.

What kind of investments are needed?

Coaching is a long-term partnership between a coach and a client. It is worth highlighting that coaching is not a magic wand that will solve your problems all the once.

Starting a partnership with a coach you make a conscious decision to take a transformational journey in your life. Like any major change, your personal transformation will require a number of investments.

In addition to the financial investment you will make for the coaching service, you will also need to be willing to invest your energy, time and mental resources in the process.

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What will you get for your investment?

Coaching can be compared to working in a workshop. You are the one to decide what you want to work on, what tools and materials to use to create your masterpiece. And you are totally free to throw away whatever you consider irrelevant.

At the point when you end your partnership with the coach, you already have such skills and tools in your “workshop” which will help you create more masterpieces in the future.

You can be sure that partnering with a coach will be the best or at least one of the best decisions you will ever make in your life.

To sum up, coaching process is based on the art of small steps, which will make you feel the power of small wins, continuously excel yourself and create a life, called a Masterpiece.

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