At the age of 46, I’ve experienced enough highs and lows to know that long-term life strategy makes more sense than short-term wins. A bit deep for an introductory sentence, I know. Apology.
As a qualified Transformational Coach and working as a Senior Leader in a global corporation for almost fifteen years, I’ve come to realise that most of us seek one thing and one thing only.
The meaning of happiness differs from person to person and it changes as we grow older.
Happiness can mean successful career, lots of money in your bank account, senior title on the business card.
It can also mean a family and a house full of children. Or staying single and without commitments.
Or simply watching the sunset and having a good cry because you need it.
It can be all of the above or none of it.
Each of us is different and each of us has a different relationship with happiness.
My happiness is to help people figure out what happiness means to them. Help them step into the awareness of their own desires – not those of the society, family, bosses and social media.
Whether it’s my team members or my coachees, I find it fascinating to watch how people flourish when they are given an opportunity to be heard. Hearing people without a need to correct or advise them is the biggest gift we can give to someone. Because people always know what to do and what makes them happy. They just need that space to listen to themselves instead of listening to all the noise that surrounds them.
And so, I listen. I listen so that you can figure out what happiness means to you and act on it. Truly.
Whether it’s career, music, family, money, friends, nature or flying to the moon – it’s your birthright to be happy.
If you’re feeling a little (or a lot) lost in the world of someone else’s happiness and you need help figuring out your next life move, I am here to help.
You are not broken and you don’t need fixing. You are simply experiencing highs and lows of life.