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on on Sept. 28, 2012, 1:14 a.m.
Don’t underestimate the importance of building a professional level of personal chemistry with your clients. In many cases, potential ‘patients’ will look for a life coach that they can get on with (i.e. talk to very easily about their personal issues) and trust in addition to one who has the relevant training and qualifications. It is vital to build a professional relationship with clients to not only ensure that they return to see you, but also to ensure that are able to help them resolve with any issues that they may have. This may sound like a simple process in concept, but life coaching can be a very demanding and difficult job at times. Finally, be prepared to answer any questions or address any concerns that a potential client may have. Naturally, clients will want to find out more about you and how you can help them, so take the time to chat to clients, either on the phone or by meeting them in person, to make sure that you are in a position to help them.
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