Why did I become a


I became a coach because...

I had many questions about life and myself and I wanted answers. So, without further ado, I embarked on my own self-discovery journey. I haven’t found all the answers yet, however I found enough answers that support me to feel more aligned with my soul and my Spirit. And the journey carries on! It will never stop. I'm 100% committed to my own transformation. And you can be too, if you are willing to take the leap!

At the beginning of my own transformation, I wasn't sure what I was looking for, however, what I was certain of was that, I wanted to experience life at a deeper level. I wanted to really feel the life in me. I didn't know how I was going to do it, but I was adamant to find a way. The thing is, I didn't even know back then that I was called to be a coach. Nevertheless, when I started peeling off all the programming that kept me blind to myself and my potential, I realised that I am a completely different person. A person that believes in herself and her true potential. This was the moment for me that I felt I want to empower others too! We all have so many programmes etched into our subconscious, some are ours, and some are not.  Unless we take time to explore our beliefs, we will never know which beliefs are ours and which have been passed down from our parents, family, schooling or society.

Neuroscience has proven that in the unfolding of our lives only 5% is controlled by our conscious mind and 95% is controlled by our unconscious mind. Coaching helped me uncover my values and beliefs and re-evaluate my attachment to them. All the underlying beliefs control our life, beliefs that are not even ours. No wonder life can feel a struggle with 5% going where we want to go and 95% where other people want to. These beliefs are usually so basic to our thinking and feeling, that we don't seem to realise that they are beliefs at all. So, it takes courage to look at your beliefs, however once you've done it, your life will be more beautiful than ever!

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