Be authentic. Shine Brighter.


If you’ve been following me for any length of time, then you’ll know that, as a strengths coach, I’m all about you “being more of who you are”. Whatever  that looks like.

Excellence comes in all shapes, sizes and flavours. In fact, how we each achieve excellence is very personal and unique. It’s all about defining what the best possible version of yourself could look like and going out there and bringing her to life.

Authenticity is critical in life but particularly so at work or when you’re running your own business. Your bosses, colleagues, clients and customers will smell a phony a mile off. Not it to mention it being bloody hard work pretending to be someone you’re not!

Are you being true to your brilliant self? Are you really being authentic?

If you want to run a successful and fulfilling business, your company’s values should reflect your own personal values. Your USPs will be your unique strengths combination and experience, your business goals and mission should echo your personal purpose or ‘why’.

If you want to excel and love your job when you are working for someone else, your values should be aligned to those of the organisation you’re working for and ideally those of your colleagues. Your role should allow you to play to your strengths every day and you should be emotionally invested in the purpose of the organisation if you are to excel and feel fulfilled.

I provide down to earth, supportive coaching to brilliant women like you- who are often (but not always!) mums; to help you fulfil your professional potential authentically and shine even brighter in your businesses or your careers.

I can help you reconnect with your unique strengths, values, USPs and get clarity on your professional purpose. Your business and career should be a reflection of your best bits. So in order to be authentic, it pays to know what you’re great at (your strengths), what you stand for (your values) and why you do what you do (your purpose).

Why not get a taster of my approach if you’re local to Bucks, Herts, Oxfordshire or Berkshire at my workshop on Feb 15th in Chesham?