How I Work

What do I mean by life coaching? And how would I work with you?

I’m often asked about my coaching approach or coaching style which is not always easy to quantify but there are a few things I can say… 

Life coaching for me means working with you to support and achieve personal success and fulfilment in life. It’s defined by what is important to you and what you might be grappling with.

The first thing you need to know is it’s all tailored around you. You set the direction and you set where you would like to get to. I do ask you to be ambitious for yourself and your world and to set yourself a worthy goal(s). As a coach we will craft and articulate these together.

There will be time for calm, quiet space to think and reflect and equally time for challenge. Some people find visual and physical cues drawing really helpful, others will find that with talking alone we can unpick things and think more deeply. There is no specific programme that we follow.

I do have a drawer equipped with exercises, models and approaches that can help us progress forward and unlock. We’ll take what is most useful for you in the moment.


When thinking about setting goals and actions, I’ll ask you to really think about what gets you going.

What lights you up?
What will give you more?
What takes you beyond yourself?
What’s most important to you?
What will push you and unlock your greatness?
What is daunting for you?

I do not make promises about what we can achieve together. But I have seen how coaching can help people make those step changes towards a fulfilling life and how your input and commitment is as important as it is for me. Together we’ll work out the best way forward.

​What I don’t do

I do not offer advice as a part of my coaching. You know yourself better than I do. My role is to help facilitate your thinking and unlock your greatness. 

If you would like to know more about my coaching and the range of options I have to offer, I’d love to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to contact me.

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