Quietly amplify your life
Partnering with you in a creative process that inspires you to maximize your personal and professional potential
Are you juggling responsibilities, have little downtime, bottle things up and miss opportunities to express yourself properly? Perhaps you have very little time to work on yourself, which then leads to frustration, or even worst, a bubbling hot mess waiting to boil over.
Are you someone who questions your decisions or abilities and finds it hard to reach out to others for support? Your confidence has taken a knock and that stops you from being your authentic self and living up to your best personal or professional potential.
And so you lie awake at night wondering what to do and hope there is a solution.
Coaching can guide, encourage and challenge you and will help you find your own solutions. This is in turn helps you to discover the freedom to be you and love what you do.
Coaching is used for top athletes, higher management and the elite so why not you?
By taking action we can set goals which in turn allows us to become more of the person it takes to achieve them. Creating new confidence and purpose.
Super easy to lose especially when we’re not encouraged to speak our mind and people aren’t listening. When we lose confidence it can affect everything.
Energy in motion
Emotions like frustration, happiness, anger, excitement and low self-esteem rise and fall. Coaching takes you on a journey and keeps you motivated through the fluctuations.
” I found Jane very supportive and flexible throughout all of our conversations. During my coaching sessions with Jane, we used different tools and I see that everything we did as being a very valuable step towards understanding my challenges. I am now continuing to develop successful strategies when addressing them.”
Making a little time to work toward what you want in life does wonders for your mental health, and helps to remind you that your dreams have just as much value as anyone else’s.
How important is this to you? Especially considering when we often have to jump over inequality, gender stereotypes, glass ceilings and societal expectations of being a good mum, wife, homemaker and carer.