When you

are off to becoming a life coach you

will sooner or later ask yourself: What type of client will I offer my coaching

services to? What type of coaching will I be good at? What will I specialize

in? Sometimes we concentrate too much on answering the question how to become a life coach that we

forget it is more important to concentrate on becoming a coach that succeeds in

his practice. To succeed in coaching one must find his or alpha viril her niche.


In order

for one to discover his niche or what type of client is ideal for you it is

best to find out what you are good in. Discover your skills, your assets and

how you can apply this to your coaching career. 

Becoming a life coach who

knows what he is good at gives you leverage because you will be able to work

and develop on what you are good at and help you succeed in helping your



When you

have discovered what your assets are you should choose your niche. This is an

important step you must take when becoming

a life coach. Although you will eventually learn this as you go on with

your coaching career, it is still best that you have an idea of what you want

to specialize in. You may want to consider coaching practices in the  health, beauty and wellness industry or you

may want to tackle money and business or even try your hand at the dating and

relationship sector. There are many niches to choose from and where you feel

you can do your best and help more people then that is where you can begin. How to become a life coach does not end

with the seminars and trainings, it is just the beginning. Knowing what your

clients need and establishing a real connection with them is the key.

Becoming a life coach is not an easy task. It requires

commitment, dedication and hard work. Once you have determined what your niche

is you can develop it. The discovery of your niche is not your end goal. As a

life coach, you are continuously growing. You may want to choose other niches,

you feel you will be good at. But remember you also must be careful because

having many niches does not mean you are good in all of them. It is always

better to be good at a few them know many and be good at none. If you are able

to establish your worth and bring in more clients, your coaching career will be

well on its way to success and that is the real process of