I was very focused and organised, and I repeatedly showed up for my passion for horse riding, every single day. I didn’t stable/agist my horse like others did, so I was responsible for all feeding, cleaning and care, plus the exercise and training. This self-discipline and commitment is still with me today.
My passion is to guide women through transforming their lives from ‘overwhelm’ to clarity, happiness and successfully reach their goals. Through my own journey growing up, experiencing relationship break down and very common ‘learning curves’, I began to increase self-awareness and become very focused on personal development and ‘who’ I would become. Making a contribution in the community is a very big part of what motivates me, and taking my skills as a listener and a natural teacher and bringing these to the coaching practice brings me enormous fulfillment. It’s definitely why I get up in the morning, along with my family (another passion of mine!)
I feel purposeful and connected to my values, so I’m very rewarded and basically, feeling joyous on a regular basis! That is really saying something about a person, me, who has overcome devastating loss and feeling like giving up. Being in your passion is so important to having a fulfilling and happy life.