top of page

Myth Busting: Is life coaching tangible?

Updated: Jun 12, 2019

Life coaching had a bad rep in prior decades. It was perceived as not sexy at the time. An airy-fairy, elusive, unprofessional approach to personal improvement. But there have been big changes...

Thankfully, the coaching industry has come a long way this century - accredited and rigorous training programs; the International Coaching Federation (ICF) leading ethics, governance, and certification; and many people seeking a balanced life, with emphasis on wellness solutions before medical intervention.

The global economy is rapidly changing also. We no longer expect to work in the same company or even the same industry all our life. The rise of automation and AI means many entry to mid-level jobs won't exist in their current form in 10 years. We must stay relevant and evolve in order to excel. Many people are pursuing a meaningful career, work-life integration, and redefining success; disenchanted by endless rounds of redundancies and operating restructures many industries now experience, wanting to live their dream, or seeking out a purpose driven life. With improved access to top quality coaches, and a better understanding of the joys and benefits of coaching, more people are working with a coach in order to thrive and succeed in all areas of life.

Watch this 1 min with Sharad Lal, and explore how coaching can make a tangible difference in your life.

Sharad Lal specialises in helping people access their inner brilliance and unlock their true potential. As a key note speaker, certified coach, and successful entrepreneur, he has supported over 500 people to overcome hardships and accelerate their careers.

Sharad has always been passionate about coaching. He first found fulfilment in helping people discover their career paths through founding the CKL mentorship program, a cause close to his heart. This led him to connect with a deeper purpose and awareness that coaching impacts not only careers, but our lives holistically. This inspired Sharad to co-create MyLifehouse, which seeks to demystify life coaching, expand its access, and help people find their authenticity.


If you have any queries about how MyLifehouse can support you, get in touch to arrange a complimentary consultation and find out if coaching is right for you.


bottom of page