What is Life Coaching

Everything about Life Coaching, what it is, how it can help you and how is it different from traditional therapy.

“Everybody needs a coach.”

Everybody needs a coach - Eric Schmidt
Eric Schmidt,
former CEO of Google

What is

Life Coaching

What is Life Coaching - Bloom

“Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”


The main focus of professional coaching is on moving a person forward towards the change they want to create in their life. We concentrate on setting goals, creating desire outcomes, and inspiring personal change through a thought-provoking process.

People come to Bloom for different reasons and from different walks of life. These are some of the most common reasons our clients reach out to hire our coaching services:

  • Feeling burnout 
  • Longing for more purpose and life satisfaction
  • Desire to reach a higher potential
  • Lack of clarity on what’s next
  • Experiencing a life transition

Life Coaching outcomes

According to research conducted by the IFC.


Higher self-awareness


Smarter goal-setting


More self-confidence


Lower stress levels


A more balanced life

Life Coaching vs. Therapy

“Coaching is all about helping people make positive changes. So the more people coaching touches, the more positive the world can be.”


The main distinction between “coaching” and “therapy” is that Coaching focuses on moving a person from point A to point B through a thought-provoking process of creating a vision for the future, setting goals for success, identifying present strengths and weaknesses to learn about oneself and find areas of improvement and development.

On the other hand, psychotherapy looks to diagnose deep-seated emotional issues so they can begin a process of healing with individuals experiencing some level of dysfunction or disorder.

The first step to knowing whether coaching is right for you is to determine what you would like to accomplish in a coaching relationship. People usually come to coaching because they want something to change in their lives. Once you have clarity on what you want to be different, a coaching relationship can be extremely valuable in helping you achieve the change you want to create in your life.

By working with a coach you will not be alone in the journey. A coach can bring new perspectives, a sense of collaboration and accountability that can be of great advantage to an individual that is looking to create positive change in their lives. If you feel you can benefit from this type of relationship, then definitely coaching is right for you. 

Is Life Coaching right for me?