Okay, Okay, it’s a cheesy line. I know. Yet, genuinely I can say that I change lives, because it’s what my clients tell me every week.
Phil Jonker said our work together was ‘The best thing that ever happened to me’ – he has escaped a toxic workplace and now earns 3 times more than he was a year ago.
Laura Walker said ‘Angela changed my life!’ She now has the mindset, tools and self-belief to achieve what she dreams of.
Carolyn Maloney said ‘Angela has helped me in ways in never thought possible’ she has been promoted and is allowing her authenticity to shine through.
So if you simply couldn’t fail what would you change about your life?
Let’s get real for a minute (I’m a northern lass so reality is pretty much my go to zone).
I’m NOT talking about ‘up-levelling’. I can’t be doing with that word; it is so diminishing because it suggests that what you have now is low-level. You’re not low-level. You are already bloody brilliant, you just might not see it YET.
You don’t need to HAVE more stuff to change your life, or upgrade your house, car and income. If you want those things, we can figure out how you get them. BUT, you wont get anywhere easily if you are fighting with yourself.
So a life-change is about looking inwards, figuring yourself out, and understanding how to regulate and manage yourself more effectively. It’s about stopping those ‘face -palm’ moments that have you cringing at yourself because you behaved in a way that freaks you out. Ever called yourself crazy? Ever been told by someone else you’re crazy? Well, it’s time to embrace the crazy and work out how to dance with it.
To do that, you must be willing to change.
Change takes courage
And it takes a leap of faith to trust somebody to guide you to dig deeply. So if you are going to step into that sort of uncomfortable territory, the least I can do is ensure you get a life-altering outcome. And luckily not only am I totally wedded to delivering life-changes, I’m also qualified, experienced and I’ve earnt the t-shirt in doing so. What I’m saying is you’re in safe hands.
So, now you hopefully can see I’m not a charlatan…let’s continue.
Is there anything worse than feeling stuck whilst knowing you are capable of bigger and better things? It can feel like you have no control over what you can achieve.
Have you got to a point where you are so busy trying to figure out who you ‘should be’ based on all of the demands placed on you, you have lost sight of who you are and who you want to be based on your own map. You’re bending and shaping yourself to please others, and it is exhausting.
- You’re feeling LOST, lacking identity, purpose and maybe even drive.
- You’re feeling LACKING in confidence, joy, time, and it’s a miracle if you can even find the right word in the sea of noise that resounds around your head.
- You are probably LAST ON YOUR LIST. And it’s a very long list of must do’s, should do’s, failed to have done’s.
- And you are LONELY, even if you’re surrounded by people.
If any of this resonates with you, then it’s time to address whatever is holding you back and find the courage to meet your own personal challenges head on.
From the female perspective
Many of my clients who find themselves in a state of stasis are female, at a crossroads in life or suddenly waking up and thinking there must be more to life than feeling mediocre and putting everyone and everything first. I too have lived this life and know what it is to come through the fog to find a clear, new focus. Many of the men I work with feel the weight of the need to provide, to be unemotional, and to lead with ego rather than humility in order to survive in narcissistic corporate cultures. My female perspective provides a platform in which they can explore authenticity without diminishing power.
As the UK’s top recommended Coach recognized by Spear’s 500, I’m someone who is perfectly qualified to guide you to your authentic self.