raising awareness to reACH YOUR POTENTIAL

How much do you want change?

We all know that change can be uncomfortable.

In fact so much so, that we may tend to stick within our comfort zone even if we feel unhappy there, fear and lack of confidence stops us stretching ourselves, we give up on our potential.

So, why do people have a coach -

- Feel more confident in everyday life
- Believe in themselves
- Raise their awareness of their behaviour
- Make their dreams a reality
- Step into their stretch zone

We all have moments in life where low confidence and self-worth take over and we question our actions and decisions. We second-guess our choices and underestimate our value; not because we are incapable, but because we lack confidence.

How would it feel to be your true authentic self without these limiting beliefs?

Confidence begins within, as your coach I can walk beside you and help you discover who you truly are and embrace your true purpose in life.

Whether you have a clear vision of what you want your life to be like, or perhaps you just know things aren’t quite right. I can help you get clarity and support you to:

- Overcome your self-doubt chatter.

- Trust yourself to make decisions and speak up

- Feel empowered to step out of your comfort zone


At its heart, coaching is a conversation that leads to action.

Confidence coaching is designed to help you raise your self-image and create a positive outlook on life, starting from within. Coaching can help you challenge your beliefs that you have about yourself, boost your self-esteem and help you build a strong and positive self-image that will leave you feeling empowered.

My job as your coach is to support you, challenge you and encourage you.  It’s also my job to tease out the truth in order to empower you to make wise choices about the rest of your life. It’s likely that you’ll laugh, and you might also cry, coaching is a very powerful process.


If you truly believe in yourself, so will others. Deeply ingrained confidence and self-worth will make life more enjoyable, exciting and satisfying.

"Whether you think you can or you can't, you're probably right." - Henry Ford


Confidence building tips


Here are five ways to help build your confidence. You can use these between life coach sessions, or on your own.


1. Try to remove negativity from your life

If you are constantly doubting yourself, you might have to evaluate your inner circle of friends and family. It can be tough, but if people are the cause of your lack of confidence, you may have to let them go. Even a temporary break from a person that’s causing these feelings can offer a real positive step towards confidence building.


2. Change your body language

You can slowly start confidence building by changing your body language. This starts with your posture, eye contact and smiling. A simple smile with your shoulders back emanates confidence. Smiling will not only make others more comfortable around you, it can make you feel better too. Try to imagine a person who is smiling with good posture - this person looks self-confident.

3. Avoid accepting failure

Don’t give up and accept failure. You are able to find a solution in nearly everything, so why would you want to throw in the towel? Succeeding through perseverance can be one of the best confidence boosters.

4. Be prepared


Whatever you are facing next, learn everything there is to know about the subject. If you are prepared and knowledgeable, you will be self-confident.



5. For particularly tough instances, create lists

Sometimes life can get too much for us and makes it really difficult to keep up our self-belief. If this happens, try sitting down and make a list of all the things you are grateful for in your life, and a separate list of all the things you are proud of accomplishing (no matter how small). Once complete, pin the lists up somewhere you will regularly see them. This will remind you what a great life you already lead - it can be especially powerful when your self-confidence is waning.