“Success is a life that feels good on the inside,
Not just something that looks good on the outside”

One size does not fit all when it comes to our definition of success.  I ask every new client to describe what success means for her. Most tell me that success is intangible; it is a feeling, an emotion. They use words like Achievement, Purpose, Happiness and Balance.

What I have learned over the years is that success means something different to each individual. As your coach I will help you uncover your personal definition of success in all areas of your life. Using my TRAMS™ model we will draw up a plan of action and utilize Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques to shift your mindset, enhance your communication style and improve your performance outcomes.

NLP explores the inner workings of the human mind and helps us to understand why we do what we do. During our sessions you will:

clear bad habits

  • Find your purpose
  • Clarify your goals
  • Master your emotions
  • Resolve conflicts with ease
  • Move beyond your limited beliefs
  • Experience growth in all areas of your life
  • Learn how to motivate yourself and others
  • Unlock your power, knowledge and wisdom
  • Understand your internal driver and how to use it to succeed
  • Identify your values around money, career, health and family
  • Gain insight into your emotions, language and behavioural patterns


What leaders say about NLP.

“NLP may be the most powerful vehicle for change in existence.” – MODERN PSYCHOLOGY

“NLP has untapped potential for treating individual problems…It has metamorphosed into an all-purpose self-improvement program and technology.” – TIME MAGAZINE

“NLP could be the most important synthesis of knowledge about human communication to emerge since the sixties.” – SCIENCE DIGEST

“NLP cannot be dismissed as just another hustle. It’s theoretical underpinnings represent an ambitious attempt to codify and synthesise the insights of linguistics, body language and study of communication systems.”

“NLP does offer the potential for making changes without the usual agony that accompanies these phenomena…Thus it affords the opportunity to gain flexibility, creativity and greater freedom of action than most of us know.”