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Is coaching the right career for you?

by Frame of Mind June 6, 2013

Coaching can be the most rewarding work you will ever do. There is something very special about helping to lift another human being, and helping them achieve their greatness. It is an honour to be trusted, and to be able to have a deep, profound impact on someone else’s life.

It is an honour that the team at Frame of Mind Coaching would love to share with you.

If you have ever thought about the idea of coaching or have already been coaching informally and have been thinking about learning how to coach officially, then you might be interested in becoming a certified Frame of Mind Coach. You can take our new coach assessment to get started.

By the same token, if you are an existing coach who is interested in learning more about the FOM Coaching methodology, we encourage you to take our existing coach assessmentOur new certification goes above and beyond, bringing together all the important coaching strategies into one package.

We invite you to learn more about our unique certification process and coaching methodology. Visit our updated website to discover whether or not becoming a coach is a possibility for you. A member of our team will get in touch with you to review your assessment and provide any information you want to know about Frame of Mind Coaching and certification.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with thoughts or questions. We would love to hear from you. We’re looking forward to sharing our FOM Coaching recipe with you.


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