is a career in coaching the new life you should consider

What does this new year look like to you? Is it full of possibilities? Every year, we decide on goals for how we want to improve. Traditionally, three resolutions tie for first place as the most popular: “Eat healthier, Get more exercise, Save (more money).” There were a variety of other resolutions of course too, focusing on additional ways to excel in the new year. One of which, hits close to home: “Get a (new) job.”

Career in Coaching: “Are you looking for me?”

We’re going to turn our focus to this particular resolution, because we think it’s so important to have a job you’re passionate about. You’ll spend a lot of your lifetime on the job, so you want it to be one you care about. You don’t want to spend endless hours in a dead-end job that doesn’t provide you with satisfaction. Instead, you want to find something that fills you with purpose.

We have a great opportunity for those looking for more freedom and independence in their job. This is a job best suited for people who are passionate about helping others succeed in their journey. If you’re resolution is to find a new career, it’s time to consider a career in coaching. It’s a career choice that allows you to really make a difference and be an incredible impact on the lives of others. It also has the ability to give you renewed energy by reigniting your inner being with purpose.

We offer the first second step to a career in coaching.

If you’d like to learn more, we invite you to check out our website. We have three great professional coaching programs. CPRC — offering a recovery coaching credential, CPC — a program that provides a life coaching credential, and CPRC Dual — allowing you to earn both credentials in one program.

It’s a new year. The perfect time to make a career change. Your commitment is the first step towards a career in coaching. Are you ready?

Connect with us online for all the resources you need!

 

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Yours in sobriety!

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