If you’re in need of a bit of a pick-me-up during a rough time, look no further than the most successful life coaches of all time.
The only life coach I’ve ever really had is Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.” Anything that can’t be helped with that song is something that probably is never going to be helped ever, at least in my humble opinion. I’ve always found the idea of life coaches to be a little weird since the whole idea is someone teaching you how to live, but they often teach a specific skill or teach a lesson about how to handle certain scenarios, and that’s quite useful. When you go through a hard time it’s natural to believe you’re the only person in the world who’s ever dealt with it, but that’s never usually the case. There’s always someone who’s gone through something even slightly similar, which is why people turn to life coaches when the going gets tough.
Life coaches will often talk about their experiences and then give you motivation for how to be successful, avoid their mistakes, or get through a particularly tough thing. They tend to write books and then go around and tour and give talks to groups of people who found their books inspiring. It’s like the self-help section of Barnes & Noble but in real life where you can ask questions and feel truly immersed. If you’re not really into the life coach thing, you can check out the Most Successful Lifestyle Blogs in the World and get the same general idea, but a little less intense.
In order to find some life coaches, we scoured the web for some sources. One of our primary sources was Freedom Education. These sites provided some lists of popular life coaches. For our purposes in finding the most successful ones, we took the rankings from those sources and averaged each life coach’s position on them. This gave us the best estimate of success.
Without further ado, let’s check out the most successful life coaches of all time.