Definition of life coach in English:

life coach

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A person employed to help people attain their goals in life.
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  • I'm going to grow myself, and push forward with my goal to set myself up as a life coach.
  • For the past six months, she has worked with a life coach to help her set new goals for the year ahead.
  • If it's clarity you need - not to mention some nudging - it might be time to hire a life coach, the kind of personal trainer who can help you set goals and snag them.



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  • While life-coaching her clients, many of whom are aspiring writers, she sometimes will even life-coach the characters until they become fully developed.
  • I have had three conversations this week which would count as life-coaching if I were trained in such things.
  • The singer-songwriter has a background in life-coaching, but unfortunately, in a world where cynicism is considered the smart choice, her optimism and ‘love conquers all’ message will probably fall on deaf ears.

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