I'm a catalyst for next chapters, for helping you to develop clarity and self-worth so you move towards your biggest goals and dreams.
The world needs inspired, purposeful people now more than ever, and so my vision encompasses:
- Encouraging you to consciously choose your Next Chapters, rather than to simply allow them to happen.
- Ensuring you don't stay in a job, business or another scenario where you are not fulfilled,
- Supporting you to let go of comparison, competition and conditioning so you can anchor in the worth of your unique skills and experience.
Your Next Chapter begins with acknowledging discontent
I've found that discontent is a sign. It's an invitation to change and expansion, but often it can be difficult to respond to.
You can get stuck in the "Deliberation Zone", oscillating between discontent with what is and desire for what may be, with doubts, fears, and misbeliefs preventing you from acting on your ideas.
A decision sets you free.
It allows a new path to open. It puts you into the "Doing Zone", making choices, taking imperfect action, moving forward, learning, and growing.
That's where you unlock your more.
How do you back yourself through change?
To move through the Change Cycle, to expand into the fullest expression of you, you need a strong connection to your innate self-worth.
Without this, it's difficult to act on your desires, to value your contribution, to give yourself permission to choose the work that most fulfils you, or to allow yourself to receive the financial rewards on offer.
I developed the Self-Worth Trilogy © to model this process of reconnection and weave the practices and tools of worthiness into my work. Self-worth is the birthplace of confidence, creativity, resilience, courage, leadership and so much more.
My business and I both grew once I was anchored in self-worth
Once I took hold of the resources within me, my optimism, enthusiasm, and self-worth were revitalised.
This new vitality spread into my business life. My small marketing consultancy grew from my dining room table to buying an office in Chatswood with full time staff.
But by late 2012, something else dawned. I realised I’d built a business that fully engaged all of my strategic skills from my previous corporate life, but very little of my heart. I'd built something without ever pausing and asking myself, "is this what I really want?".
When I finally did pause and ask myself that question, the answer was clear. Not any more.