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  • Can I insert an image, video, or gif in my FAQ?
    Yes. To add media follow these steps: 1. Enter the app’s Settings 2. Click on the “Manage FAQs” button 3. Select the question you would like to add media to 4. When editing your answer click on the camera, video, or GIF icon 5. Add media from your library.
  • How do I add a new question & answer?
    To add a new FAQ follow these steps: 1. Click “Manage FAQs” button 2. From your site’s dashboard you can add, edit and manage all your questions and answers 3. Each question and answer should be added to a category 4. Save and publish.
  • How do I edit or remove the “FAQ” title?
    You can edit the title from the Settings tab in the app. If you don’t want to display the title, simply disable the Title under “Info to Display”.
  • What is an FAQ section?
    An FAQ section can be used to quickly answer common questions about you or your business, such as “Where do you ship to?”, “What are your opening hours?” or “How can I book a service?” It’s a great way to help people navigate your site and can even boost your site’s SEO.
  • What Life Coaching is NOT.
    Life Coaching Versus Medical Therapies & Treatments: It is important to understand that a Life Coach is not and ethically should not be acting as a medical or mental health provider. Nor, are Life Coaching services intended to diagnose, treat or cure any mental health or medical conditions. Life Coaching can bring added benefit to clients and serve as a positive supplement to mental health counseling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, mental health care, drug and alcohol treatment. However, Life Coaching is not a substitute for this type of care and should not be used in place of therapy or treatment. The bottom line. The Coaching services received from your Life Coach are not in any way a substitute for mental health care, medical care or substance and alcohol abuse treatment.
  • What is Transformational Life Coaching?
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  • What are your Professional Qualifications, Skills and Experience?
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  • Does BRP Offer Business Life Coaching and Personal Life Coaching?
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  • What Does Life Coaching Cost?
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  • What Should I Know Before Seeking and Hiring a Coach?
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  • What is a Coaching Session?
    Coaching sessions can take place in-person, in an over the phone conversation or via a video conferencing app such as Zoom, What's App, FB Video Messaging and so on. A "Life Coaching Session" simply consists of a laid back, open conversation between you (The Client) and another person (The Coach). The conversation has purpose beyond idol chit-chat. Though Life Coaches offer a compassionate, listening ear - they bring far more to the table than the venting to a friend who is willing to listen. Life Coaching offers far more benefits. A coaching session also provides a safe space in which you are free to share whatever is on your mind in a confidential manner. Moreover, Life Coaches are actually trained, skilled and experienced in active/reflective listening and powerful questioning along with other communications skills and techniques that bring forth high level solutions. Coaches partner with a client to work on developing their life skills, find direction, overcome obstacles, devise strategies and action plans to move the client forward in his or her desired direction. A standard Coaching Session usually runs around 1-hour in length. A Discovery Session or other sessions may run longer. The time allotment is something that will be determined between you and your Coach when setting up appointments. Once you have decided to hire a Coach, the first time you and your Coach meet is often referred to as the Discovery Session. It is a get-to-know you and what is going on in your life kind of conversation. This gives the Coach some background and insight into what you are wanting to work on and desire direction with.
  • Who Can Benefit from Hiring a Coach & Why?
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  • Some Commonly Used Life Coaching Terms
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  • Are Results Guaranteed?
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  • What is a Life Coach?
    ATHLETIC COACH vs. A LIFE COACH Just as an athletic Coach is trained and skilled to develop athletes and bring out the best in them - a "Life Coach" is trained and skilled to develop people and areas of their life to bring out the best in them. Every high performing athlete in sports has an athletic Coach to guide and build them up towards success. So, why not have a "Life Coach" that can do the same for our personal lives. A Life Coach serves as a pathway to answers and solutions. Skilled Life Coaches serve to empower us in ways to successfully navigate through life. Life Coaching is all about being supported in the process of figuring out and learning how to navigate, cope, manage and rise above whatever comes at us in life. And, celebrate the victories no matter how great or how small! There are times when we will find ourselves feeling lost, stuck in a rut, hitting a brick wall and/or just can't seem to figure out how to move forward from where we are. Getting unstuck is definitely when a “Life Coach” can prove to be an invaluable asset. Two are better than one. LIFE AS A TEAM SPORT Every one of us can gain a leg up from having someone to enhance our forward growth, advance our life, identify problem areas and develop strategies (a playbook) for our achievements and successful outcomes. Winning! "Life Coaching" is a cohesive partnership between Coach and Client. It's like having your own personal trainer, encourager, cheerleader, mentor, teacher, confidante and accountability partner to support you in getting across whatever finish line or life goal post you are wanting. And, helping you figure out what, if anything, is hindering or blocking your progress from achieving it while offering a guidance system in developing strategies for your success. Feel free to refer to the IBW Blog post titled "Life is one Tough Mudder isn't it!
  • What is your Coaching Style and Coaching Framework?
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