If you aren’t achieving both the success you want and the happiness you deserve, coaching with me will help you work out what to do to achieve and make changes to the things that aren’t working for you, as well as helping you develop the confidence to get there.
Maybe your personal life is filled to the brim with happy relationships, a lovely home and a packed social calendar – but your business isn’t growing as you want or your career has ground to a halt?
Perhaps your career or business is going great guns and you’ve a loving family by your side….but you’re weighed down with a bucket load of stress, overwhelmed by your responsibilities, and without enough time to actually enjoy the fruits of your success.
Or maybe you’re starting to realise that what you thought you wanted isn’t actually making you happy after all, or what once made you spring out of bed just isn’t doing it for you any more. Your view of what success is may be changing. And you’re standing at something of a cross-roads, unsure where to go next and how to make a change (and what change to make) when it will impact on so many areas of – and people in- your life?
Could it be that inside, you suspect you know what you want or what it’s going to take to improve things – but you just don’t have the confidence or bravery to make the change? Are you anxious about what people will think, or fear you couldn’t cope if things didn’t work out perfectly? Maybe you feel you have more to lose than you could dare hope to gain?
I work with current and future career professionals and business owners who want to develop a successful career or business, and want to enjoy what they do in the process.
Here’s some examples of recent clients I’ve successfully coached, to give you an idea of the ways in which I can help:
- A small business owner who wanted to significantly grow her annual turnover, who achieved that while becoming less hands-on with her team and working fewer hours each week (leaving her less stressed!).
- A woman thinking of starting a business in a highly niche area, who succeeded in developing the confidence and the plans to launch and get her first clients.
- An overwhelmed, stressed, senior professional, struggling to balance work and family commitments and on the verge of giving up her job, who worked out what to change to reduce her stress and give her more time, and who fell back in love with her career as a result (and also began sleeping well again for the first time in a long time).
- A professional juggling two jobs and her own small business who got clear on what direction to take her future career in order to feel successful and fulfilled and made quick changes that improved her happiness.
- A young woman with two career “false starts” behind her, who wanted to work out a career pathway for her future that would allow her to achieve the things she wanted, who began a new job in her chosen career three months after starting coaching.
- An empty-nester wanting to focus on her own career again post-motherhood, who worked out what she wanted and developed new confidence in herself and her ability to interview for roles.
- A woman, who’d been unsuccessfully searching for “the right career” for more than fifteen years, who finally worked out the answers and took steps in a very different direction.
- An IT professional who’d taken a career step that had left him stressed and unhappy, who wanted to work out “what next”, and developed both short and long term career plans that removed the stress and left him excited.
- A business consultant struggling with stress and anxiety around particular aspects of her work, who developed new strategies and techniques for dealing with them that reduced their impact on her life.
- A professional studying for professional exams while working, who worked out how to fit both priorities together and developed a revision strategy that worked for her.
- A senior professional working long hours, with a poor work-life balance and unsettled at work, who knew something needed to change, but didn’t know what or how. The changes turned out to be simpler to make than she had thought.