I own up to the fact that I didn’t want to write an ‘About’ page; I think the story that I write from the book of my life is more or less irrelevant to the point of this website. Nevertheless…..culturally we’re interested in the back story to a person….so here goes..I’ll keep it short.
Born in 1964 I’m now in my 50s – though I still feel as though I’m in my 30s. I’m in a long-term relationship, I live in London, I keep fit and healthy and cherish nothing more than time spent with my partner and witnessing nature.
I’ve had a very varied career..from the Armed forces in the early 80s, working as a computer programmer within a software-house during the mid 80s, setting up my own company in 1990 to work as a freelance computer programmer, in 1995 setting up my own commercial gym in central London which I managed, alongside my business partner, for over 20 years – whilst at the same time working as a Hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner for 10 years……and then…..in 2012 my life took a left turn as I stumbled across transformative life-coaching
There’s more information related to the coaching that I do on the “what’s it all about” webpage.
In 2012 & 2013 I studied with one of the world’s top life-coaches Michael Neill. Following on from that, in 2014 and again in 2016, I was asked by Michael Neill to be a part of Faculty for his Coaching academy in LA – probably one of the proudest moments of my working life. In essence I spend my time on Faculty mentoring students, reviewing their progress, hosting small and large group webinars.
I closed my gym in 2015 and now work full-time as a Life-Coach working either from home, meeting in beautiful locations throughout London or via online conference software. I’m happy working one-on one, teaching groups or hosting talks within businesses to show how an ‘understanding’ of the work that I do can transform a workforce – and hence the business.
And that’s it.
“The only trick in life is to be grateful for your highs and graceful with your lows.”
George Pransky http://www.3pgc.org
“When our thoughts look real, we live in a world of suffering. When they look subjective, we live in a world of choice. When they look arbitrary, we live in a world of possibility. And when we see them as illusory, we wake up inside a world of dreams.”
Michael Neill http://www.michaelneill.org