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How do I book?
I currently have coaching spots starting in February. If you’re interested in working with me, go ahead and book your chosen package using the buttons above. You can also book yourself in for a free introductory call via Skype, clicking on the button below. This session will give you a taste of what coaching is like with me and help us make sure we’re a good fit. Here, we can also discuss which coaching package is best for you. If you’re not actually interested in potentially working with me, and you just fancy a free coaching session, please, please, please don’t click the button, it’s bad juju.
Frequently asked questions
There’s a whole page for that over here.
Think about all the things we’ve used to try and feel better: expensive holidays, pricey cars, steep mortgages, spur-of-the-moment shopping sprees, extravagant meals with a few too many cocktails—and the list goes on and on. While they look good and shiny on the surface, they’re all an attempt to feel a certain way—to feel better about who the hell we are and the life we’re living.
Yet people are scared to invest in coaching, likely because coaching is such an incredibly brave and courageous thing to do. It’s saying, “I’ve had enough of this.” It’s proclaiming, “I’m determined to make a change that lasts.” And it’s shouting, “No, I want more from life than this bullshit.” Let’s be real: holidays make us feel good, but they only last for two weeks a year. On the other hand, coaching gives us those same good feelings, but for life.
If you’ve signed up for a billion ‘Change Your Life, in 3 Steps!” ebooks (and not bothered to read them) or if you’re sick to the back teeth of feeling out of whack in your life, aware that you’re squandering your potential and frustrated as you watch everyone else move forward with their lives while you’re not, coaching is for you.
For most people, the very reason they’re drawn to coaching (because they’re feeling half-hearted about life and indecisive) is the very reason that keeps them from deciding whether to actually get coaching! To help you with your decision, let’s talk! Coaching is a little bit like buying a pair of shoes, let’s make sure that my coaching is the right fit for you. If, at the end of our talk, I’m not the coach for you, there’s no strings attached, we simply say our goodbyes and that’s it—no drama. (I won’t send any cringe-worthy, sales emails afterwards either, and that’s a promise). Book your free introductory call here.
I work with people who, on the outside, seem and look completely put together—and yet on the inside, they’re struggling. Sometimes, my clients know why they’re struggling, and other times the reason for their struggle needs some gentle digging. My clients are wise and understand themselves well enough to know that the apathy and frustration they feel isn’t something that can be helped by a glass of wine or binge-watching shows on Netflix all day long, and it’s not something they can “just get over”. Most of all, my clients recognise that something needs to change in order to feel better about their lives, and they’re ready and willing to do whatever it takes to get there.
I’m probably not for you if: You’re expecting coaching to be a quick-fix, 10 step plan process. It’s not. Coaching with me goes deep—it’s a safe place for you to show your fascinating and messy and complicated humanness. I don’t sugar coat shit. Moving forward means straight-up honesty from me, and I pinky promise that getting underneath the excuses and digging into the real stuff is the ticket to helping what’s hurting you. I’m probably not for you if you’re expecting me to do all the work for you. I put everything I have into the coaching process and I expect my clients to do 100% the same.
Coaching probably won’t work for you if you’re paralysed by fear and won’t take risks, even small ones. And it won’t work for you if you’re not willing to take action based on what we discuss.
You have to be ready and serious about making change. I know that sounds funny, but you’d be amazed at how many people are NOT ready to get what they really want in life. Comfort zones are called comfort zones for a reason. Most people aren’t willing to step outside of what’s familiar and comfy, even though they’re unhappy and frustrated right where they are. Also, for most people, the very reason they’re drawn to coaching (because they’re feeling half-hearted about life and indecisive) is the very reason that keeps them from deciding whether to actually get coaching.
I get a lot of emails from people enquiring about what kind of coach I am, and how I intend to help. I love these emails! They give me a chance to lay out the ground work, because while I’m good at what I do, I’m not actually for everyone. And since I always want the best for my clients, let me slap the facts on the table: I don’t sugar coat shit. Moving forward means no-holds-barred honesty, and I pinky promise that getting underneath the excuses and digging into the real stuff is the ticket to helping what’s hurting you. Pleasantly nodding along would be doing you a huge disservice, right?
I’m a certified coach, recognised by the International Coach Federation and the Association for Coaching—which basically means that the Gods of the coaching world know that I know my stuff. I draw from a range of psychologically-grounded coaching frameworks, philosophies and techniques. This means that I don’t use any questionable manifestation techniques and will never, ever guarantee you an overnight six-figure income from working 2 hours a days on a beach in Bali. (Remember how I promised I’d never lie to you? I’ll never lie to you.) I’m hopeful, but not delusional. This just means I work with reality, and if you’ve got a mortgage and 3 kids, I won’t tell you to quit your job to become a full-time knitter of tiny hats for squirrels. Instead of expecting you to shake it all up, throw out stability and dive into the centre of a volcano to find yourself, we’ll work with what you’ve got and make changes that’ll put you back in charge of your life. Beyond the qualifications nailed to my wall though, I’ve learned how to help other people lead better lives through the lessons I’ve learned by living my own. From wanting to stick pencils in my eyes while sitting at the desk of my 9-5 in a corporate career that stifled me, to running ultra-marathons, to moving to a country I didn’t speak the language of—with a 4 month old baby in tow—I know that daily life can be fucking hard. But I also know that we can do hard things.
Also: I don’t edit myself. I swear when I write and I sometimes swear during coaching. Bottom line? I’m the same person online, offline, and in a karaoke bar. (And who doesn’t love karaoke bars?!) You’ll get all of me, all of the time.