Synonym for life coach
The noun or noun is that type of words whose meaning determines reality. Nouns name all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.The verb is the conjugated part of speech that expresses action and state.Find out how to conjugate the verb coach in English.
The first dictionary definition of coach is a multi-passenger vehicle, used for long-distance transportation, sightseeing, etc. Another definition of coach is a large enclosed four-wheeled wagon, usually drawn by horses. The coach is also a railroad car carrying passengers. The first definition of coach in the dictionary is a vehicle for several passengers, used for transport over long distances, sightseeing, etc. Other definition of coach is a large four-wheeled enclosed carriage, usually horse-drawn. Coach is also a railway carriage carrying passengers.
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Coach in Spanish
“Coaching is the art of asking questions to assist others, through learning, in the exploration and discovery of new beliefs that result in the achievement of their goals”.
“Professional coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that helps people achieve extraordinary results in their lives, careers, companies or businesses. Through the coaching process, the client deepens their knowledge, increases their performance and improves their quality of life.”
When we ask questions as coaches, when we put our questions at the service of our client, our questions are not intended to solve the enigma, they are not to find a solution or our solution or THE solution. As coaches we ask from humility, from ignorance, from genuine curiosity that goes beyond our mental schema and that takes us to live in the mental map of the coaching client.
The coach brings a “know-how” so that from a good level of listening, powerful questions are generated, which are not rhetorical, nor interpretative, nor standard. Questions that contain the client’s language, that do not contain judgments or implicit solutions, that are open, that ask what and why, rather than why or who, that are questions addressed to the observer that the coachee is being. Questions that discomfort (gently) and that go towards the future, towards the possibility, towards the challenge, not towards the past.
How to say coaching in Spanish
It was not until the 19th century, in 1848, that the term coach began to be used in England with the sense of ‘school assistant who prepared students before an exam’. Later it came to mean also ‘sports coach’ (1885), and perhaps since the mid-20th century, a ‘tutor or teacher of people training for singing, dancing, dancing, acting’, etc.
As to the reason for this shift in the meaning of coach, it is explained by the fact that the coach acts as a carriage, enabling the student to reach his learning goals sooner, in the same way that a carriage enables the traveler to reach his destination much faster, compared to walking.
Significado del entrenador
5. Carruaje de cuatro ruedas, tirado por caballos, con una carrocería cerrada y un asiento elevado delante para el conductor. El carruaje se originó en el siglo XV en Hungría (donde kocsi significaba originalmente “carro de la ciudad de Kocs”). Se introdujo en Inglaterra a mediados del siglo XVI. Los autocares se utilizaban como medio de transporte público con asientos interiores para los pasajeros (como en la diligencia) y para el reparto del correo. Se utilizaron principalmente en las ciudades europeas hasta el siglo XVIII, cuando el carruaje privado se hizo más común.
7. Es una carrocería cerrada de dos puertas con paneles traseros permanentes y techo, es similar al cupé, pero los asientos son diferentes. Un asiento transversal de ancho completo en la parte trasera tiene capacidad para tres pasajeros. Dos asientos separados en la parte delantera se pliegan para admitir a los pasajeros traseros. No hay maletero, pero a menudo se proporcionan portaequipajes.