Dr. Reed Moskowitz – Traits of a Good Life Coach

November 5, 2013

Leveraging the training and education he received at Columbia University, Reed Moskowitz, MD, served as a psychiatrist for more than three decades. Most recently, Dr. Reed Moskowitz changed the trajectory of his career to become a life coach in New York City, where he advises clients on their careers and how to achieve a work-life balance.

Below are a few of the traits of a good life coach.

Action-oriented–Successful life coaches never wait until tomorrow, or later, or someday to get something accomplished. Life coaches take action now, in the present, and they guide all their clients to do the same.

Unbiased–Successful life coaches are able to be unbiased. They can listen to clients without sitting in judgment or giving a lecture, and can also give clients space without them feeling as though they are alone.

Visionary–Life coaches know where they are and where they want to go. They are visionaries who are able to visualize their goals in vivid detail. When life coaches face obstacles, they choose triumph over defeat and choose not to let any excuses deter them from their goals.


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