I‘ve contributed with a chapter to a multi-author book, "Creating Joy: Changemakers Share Wisdom, Rituals & Practices For Living A Joy-Filled Life". I share all the details of my personal journey of how I’ve overcame challenges and obstacles to create a joy-filled life. I also share tips, advice and expertise on how you can do the same.
The book is on sale on Amazon for just $0.99/£0.99, with all proceeds going to Crisis Text Line charity!
As a way to say THANK YOU to everyone who has purchased the book, I’ve created a SPECIAL OFFER
Coaching is all about asking direct and provoking questions, so that YOU can find the answers that you need, in order to achieve your mission. Remember, no one will know better than yourself what is best for you.
My key role as a coach will be to help you in your self-discovery journey, whilst giving you the tools to build your confidence and change your mindset to attract all the positive things you want and deserve.
I have a defined coaching program, to ensure that we can go through simple and standard steps that will give you the answer you are looking for: what is THE job/ career/ business that will truly fulfil me?
Yes, coaching should NOT be purely about asking endless questions, waiting for you 'to see the light'! It is about setting real goals (e.g. I want to know what is my perfect job) and achieve tangible results (e.g. secure that job!).
“If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” Tony Robbins
The simple answer is YES, as everyone can benefit from career coaching! However, you need to find the right coach and you need to be committed in achieving your goal.
I am based in London and focus in helping determined women who feel lost and demotivated to define a clear and tangible career plan so that they find their sense of purpose and feel in control again.
I can coach in English or in Portuguese.
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“Just because you are struggling doesn’t mean you are failing. Every great success requires some kind of struggle to get there”