The reason for setting goals is to entice you to become
the person it takes to achieve them.
- Jim Rohn

Challenging you to be the best you can be

Private coaching is offered to people who are paying for coaching themselves (i.e. their employer is not paying).

We work with people who want more out of life, who want to challenge themselves to see what they are really capable of and who are ready, willing and able to do the work to make it happen. Could that be you?

In a fast-paced world the most valuable commodity is our time. It is so easy to get sucked into doing what we feel we should be doing and not spending even an hour a week to move in the direction of our dreams.

If this is sounding all too familiar, coaching is the answer. Coaching is a confidential, constructive and non-judgmental conversation. It helps you to focus on what you want to achieve and then encourages, supports and challenges you to go out and get it.

Clients discuss all sorts of topics including: work-life balance, career change and progression, self-confidence, personal or professional relationships and building a business.

Do you know deep down that you’re capable of more? Are you fed-up with getting in your own way some times? Do you need more clarity on exactly what it is you do want and how to get there? Or maybe you know what needs to be done but you don’t yet have the courage to act.

Your coach will listen, support, encourage and challenge you. They’ll ask powerful questions, be an objective sounding board and hold you to account for following through on your actions.

But you must do the work. You are unique, creative and whole and you are responsible for moving your own life forward. 

Our One-to-one coaching via telephone or skype is easy to fit into a busy lifestyle and our clients are often astounded at the tremendously positive impact coaching has in such a short period of time.

Book your trial coaching session today to assess for yourself how powerful coaching can be.

Have you previously had a coach (not related to sport) or know about coaching?

YES, give me the highlights:

NO, I’m new to coaching, what do I need to know?

If you are researching coaching as an option for the first time you will probably have some questions around what it is, how it works, what the benefits are and the practicalities.  Based on the questions we are asked most frequently, we have created a 5 page guide to private coaching which addresses these and other areas.  The bullets below are all covered in the download along with a summary of Angela's coaching credentials.

Download: Frequently Asked Questions on Private Coaching

3. Getting Started

Book your trial coaching session today to assess for yourself how powerful coaching can be.

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Testimonial

Wow, I had a whole factory of lightbulbs going off in my head. Angela's questions created amazing insight, and she totally changed my mindset on a fundamental area of my work/life that was really holding me back. If you haven't yet talked to Angela, give her a call!
- Private coaching client (first session), MD of marketing company

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We understand that you might prefer to have a trial run to establish that working with us is the right fit for you. We offer a trial coaching session so you can experience our approach first hand.

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