I do my best work with people who want to be leaders in their own lives.
Have you ever felt like a supporting actor in your own life, waiting in the wings for something to happen to you, but wanting to walk out on stage and play the leading role?
This feeling often holds people back from going after what they really want, whether that is starting or growing a business, making a big career or life change, working on relationships with others or building confidence in their strengths and abilities.
What if things were different?
Imagine how it would feel instead to make deliberate and positive choices about how you spend your time, and prioritise meaningful personal and professional projects that give you a real sense of purpose.
As a coach, I help people to step into this kind of leadership role, and I love seeing them create extraordinary outcomes as a result.
My clients are:
« Experimental » They might not know exactly where they want to go, but in order to find out they are willing to explore, gather evidence and then try out different approaches.
« Motivated » They are ready to learn more about themselves, and committed to taking real actions that will build on these insights.
« Hopeful » They are driven by a sense that change is possible, and they believe that they can overcome challenges they may face along the way.
« Inspirational » Whether they recognise it or not, they inspire the people around them through their approach to life and the kind of impact they want to have.
Does this sound like you?