Trying to change the world can feel a little lonely at times…

And although you may have gained momentum at the start, the passion that once drove you to do what you do, has now been replaced with an overwhelming feeling of uncertainty a lack of clarity of what your next steps should be. And if you’ve ever felt like a bit of a fraud and heard yourself say, “What if people find out that I have no idea what I’m doing?” let me tell you this: You are not alone.

What got you here, won’t get you there.

Having the impact that you want AND generate the income needed to support your mission isn’t quite as easy as you thought. And truth be told, you or your team are probably not that far from a burn out either. Right? Well, here’s some good news for you:


That’s right, I know exactly how you feel and where you’ve been. I’ve been on the emotional and physical yo-yo journey to starting businesses since 2009. And I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs.

I’ve also been fortunate enough to work across the corporate, not-for-profit and charity sector for the past nine years, and as such, I’ve come to realise that the same thing happens over and over again regardless of the industry:

Passionate people lose themselves in their work to the point of losing focus on what’s actually important: Themselves.

And as such moral of the troops slowly, but surely, plummets to an all time low.

Transformational work

Since qualifying as an ICF accredited coach in 2012 I’ve been helping both individuals and teams amplify their impact, turn their message into a movement and gain massive clarity on what makes them unique. So they may find compelling ways to tell their story and interact with their communities.

My philosophy is simple: In order to build and grow a thriving sustainable business, you must start with the most important aspect of any business: YOU.

And it just so happens that helping you see your blind spots is exactly what EXCITES me most about what I do.

I’ve given dozens of talks for companies such as Google, Amazon, Barclays, INSEAD, Oxford Saïd Business School, L’Oreal; I’ve been profiled in national and international press (including The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Sunday Telegraph, Virgin Media Pioneers, 20Minutes, M6, Canal+), I founded a drink startup in seven days with £100 and helped raise more than €2.8 million for men’s health issues as Country Manager for the Movember Foundation, where I received multiple awards for my contribution to changing the face of men’s health.

Today, I focus on three things:

  • Design and deliver experiential workshops and training programmes for teams and individuals in the not-for-profit sector to narrow their leadership gap
  • Work with highly motivated individuals who are having a massive impact on their communities and who want to focus on becoming the best leader they can be while amplifying their message
  • Deliver keynote talks on courage, vulnerability, failure and starting something that matters

My speciality is developing your ability to thrive during uncertainty by focusing on the soft skills that actually matter: how to take action and overcome fear, what courage really looks (and feels like), the power of vulnerability, what kind of leader are you really, gaining clarity on your purpose and desired impact, the importance of self-care, carving healthy work-life boundaries and building true emotional resiliency.

If you’re ready to step up your game and grow your business in a healthy and sustainable way, this is where you start.

If you’re ready to stop kidding yourself, let’s do this!

If you’re here to change the way you work in radical and meaningful ways, you’ve come to the right place.

‘Cause wouldn’t you know it, that’s exactly what I do…

I work with visionary, gutsy change-the-world kind of people who want to take their impact and purpose to the next level.

You in?

Ready. Set. IMPACT.


Episode #24: How to live a more meaningful life with less stuff with the founders of The Minimalists

When Joshua Fields Millburn’s mum died and his marriage ended, all at the same time, it was time for him to reassess his priorities. It’s when he found three boxes of his stuff that his mum had kept underneath her bed, he realised that memories weren’t in things, but rather in people. After having climbed… Continue Reading