As more and more people become acquainted with the power of coaching it is being used in more diverse situations and environments. We are no longer looking at “Life coaching” or “Executive coaching” as being the two key coaching styles, we are now seeing yoga coaching, parent coaching, adoptions coaching, even pet coaching.
For that reason, we teach the skill of coaching. And, then encourage students to identify their niche as a way of showcasing their coaching uniqueness. And, this can change over time.
For example: You might begin as a Life Coach, but then decide to narrow that down further and become a Retirement Coach. Or, you might develop an interest in health and well being and become a Fitness Coach.