There are various methods and theories surrounding holistic coaching in this wide world of ours. There is no shortage of darkness and challenge that typically requires more support than an ironclad work ethic. There is also no denying that the internet is full of these differing opinions on the various tutoring methodologies in the world. I will be sharing with you a few of the inherent differences between various disciplines of life-teaching and focusing on the mind, body and spiritual focus that can only be found in the realms of good holistic coaching.
Teachers, Teachers Everywhere
There is a wide array of disciplines and thought processes surrounding the nature of life tutoring. There are the tried and true methods that extend through all walks of life.
Authoritarian and autocratic styles for instance tend to lend themselves toward straightforward direction with very little leeway for deviation. Popular in corporate cultures and stricter environments, this style of approach has shown to give results, but often at the behest of independence.
More open approaches such as democratic and vision focused ideology lead more toward the notion of inspiring and conversing, with a heavy focus on success being synonymous as a two way street. More and more work cultures are adopting these styles to varying levels of success.
While these theories of life/work tutoring have been adopted for quite some time with tutors across the disciplines, the holistic coaching style goes deeper than any of the other styles currently in circulation with a definitive ideology that puts it in a new echelon of thought.
What’s So Different About Holistic Coaching?
With all the tried and true methodologies we’ve discussed so far, you may ask yourself, why is holistic coaching the tutoring process that is gaining so much traction around the world? I am very glad you asked that question. While the other disciplines of tutoring we discussed are useful, they tend to focus purely on one of three factors, the mind, body, or spirit. Holistic coaching is the representative amalgam of these three, with the belief stemming that everything is connected and important for the purposes of improving a life, which is what it is all about.
Holistic coaching has the stringent belief that the incorporation of these three factors in the methodology has a higher healing factor for trauma, more inspiration for challenges as well as a feeling of support all in tandem. It’s more than having someone push you at the gym for that one extra rep, or the boss pointing at the pile of work and saying, “Do this now”, holistic coaching goes deeper into the mind and spirit, pushing the boundaries with empowered self-belief that other styles of approach simply do not contain.
The Holistic Coaching Effect
So now that we know what holistic coaching is, let us explore what it can do for you in the long term. The palpable benefits of this methodology exist to heal past traumas, it has been known to help those with PTSD, anxiety, and self-doubt. The notion of motivation extends farther than just at the gym or at the workspace, it applies and bleeds into every aspect of a person’s life which invariably impacts the community around them positively. It is an all-encompassing approach that has a proven track record of helping people achieve a higher standard of living, in mind body and spirit.
There is a lot to be said regarding the various methods of tutoring in the world, there is nothing inherently wrong with a classic ideology, but in the new and ever-connected world, there is no substitutes for wholesome holistic coaching and it’s incredible benefits to the individual and community at large.