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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-03-30

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The Lester J. Morris Hillel Jewish Student Center at Michigan State University

invites you to join us at our

Inaugural Tribute Gala

How To Choose
A Life Coach

Once you've decided.to try
life coaching, the next step is
finding the right coach. Here
are some tips, gathered from
a variety of sources, on how to
choose the coach to best help
you achieve your goals:

• Choose someone who has
a master's degree or.higher
and is licensed in counseling,
therapy or social work.
• Because the industry is
unregulated, ask aboutlhe
coach's experience in the field,
and look for someone who
does this as a full-time profes-
sion, not a sideline or hobby.
• Whenever possible, get rec-
ommendations from friends,
business associates or other
professionals.
• Don't base your choice
strictly on cost. Fees for life
coaching can vary greatly, and
you may have to pay more for
someone who has the experi-
ence and expertise you need.

Think of it as an investment in
yourself and your future.
• Schedule preliminary inter-
views with the coaches you
are considering before making
a final decision. Some coaches
offer a free consultation or
sample session.
• Before meeting a prospective
coach, clarify what you want
to achieve and which style of
coaching will best help you
accomplish that. Do you need

Inspiring Future JewisLeaders

Celebration of Jewish Life at 914ichigan State university

Yfonoring

Aran Jay Sue Ellen Kaufman

Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Cocktail Reception 6:30p.m. - Dinner & Program 7:15p.m.*

Tarn O'Shanter Country Club

West Bloomfield

•• •

- a coach who acts like a drill
sergeant, or would a low-key
approach be more successful?
• If you have particular issues,
such as ADHD (Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder),
choose a coach who special-
izes in treating clients with
that condition.
• Trust your instincts. After
your initial phone conversation
or face-to-face meeting, assess
whether or not you felt a good
rapport. Did the coach listen to
you and understand what you
are trying to achieve? Did his/
her personal style mesh with
your own?

— Ronelle Grier

Patrice Morris Phillips & Pam Bloom
Dinner Co-Chairs

COUVERT
Friend of Hillel: $180
Patron: $500

Please Respond By April 11, 2006
For more information, please contact Jonathon Koenigsberg at 517-332-1916 or ad@msuhillel.org

*Dairy Meal

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