Find your Flow &
Become Neutrally Buoyant
Helping corporate escapees grow their business by focusing on their unique skills & talents and becoming comfortable in their business skin.
Bespoke programmes delivered 1:1 & in groups by digital technology.
Working with me
Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?
We can become so influenced by the opinions of others that we may lose sight of what we really want from our business and many of our skills, qualities and values become underutilised or even compromised. We create an idealised version of how we think we should be and become frustrated trying to match up to it.
Yet, just like the beautiful pearl we are all unique and it’s OK to be you, to use the skills and talent you have, you don’t need to be an expert in everything or follow the crowd. You can finally be who you want to be, not follow the corporate ways of the world but be supported to find your own way to grow your business.
Your personal Ikigai
Ikigai is found at the intersection where your passions and talents converge with the things that the world needs and is willing to pay for.
Looking at your Personal Ikigai gives you a starting point from which you can focus your efforts.
New Business Owner
She has been great in building a rapport with me and I felt I can trust her with any ideas I may have even if I think they are a bit off the wall. I definitely would recommend Louise as a coach.
I’ve been hosting a series of LinkedIn Live chats with other business owners; it’s been fascinating to hear about the person behind the business. There is always so much more to a person than just their job title. The experience and variety of previous careers...
Why Purpose Matters In Business. I want to take just a couple of minutes of your time by asking you to consider if Purpose is just a buzz word or does it really make a difference in business? And more importantly can it make a difference in Your Business?...
We’ve all heard the term flow, I’ve mentioned it numerous times in posts but what does it really mean and why does it matter? Steven Kotler describes flow as~ “An optimal state of consciousness where we feel our best and perform our best, the term takes its...