My Story and Why I Became a CoachNov 16, 2020
For a long time, I was looking for ways to create the change and success that I knew I wanted. And felt I deserved!
To get the promotions, influence, and confidence in my career. To experience the deep bonds of connection and support in friendships and partnerships. Romantic and professional! To wake up with passion for my work and lifestyle. And eventually, to reinvent myself in my career, from a lawyer to a marketing specialist, and become an entreprenuer, starting businesses and helping those close to me do the same.
I spent 10 years immersed in personal development, researching and testing what I was learning. And, with each change, transformation, and upgrade that I made in my life, I had friends, family, colleagues, and strangers asking me how I managed to do it. I paused, reflected, and realised that I'd found what I was looking for - I found the keys to creating meaningful change and success in every area of my life, from career, to business, health, and relationships.
I grabbed those keys and developed an approach - a method - to creating change and transformation that's just as personally rewarding as it is successful I decided to get professionally certified as a coach in a world-class program by the High Performance Institute, and now I have the privilege and pleasure of coaching CEOs, high-performing employees, entrepreneurs, parents, and students.
Meaningful change starts with getting clarity about who you are, what you want, and who you need engage with yourself and others - this creates a personal change-success roadmap. And then developing the skills required to demonstrate the expertise and behaviours that create confidence, influence, energy, and productivity required.
I believe that every person has untapped levels of potential and a deep-seated desire to improve their quality of life. Through coaching, I inspire and empower people mentally, emotionally, and physically, utilising proven methods from a holistic cross-section of personal development fields, including psychology, behavioural sciences, and exercise and mobility.