You are a professional. You’ve worked hard to master your profession. You’ve paid your dues and are reaping the benefits. You have status and recognition and your personal life is also running smoothly.

Still, there is something gnawing at you.

It appears regularly in your dreams. You catch vivid glimpses of it when the alarm wakes you. For a moment you can revel in it as the images and mood are still clear. But, it quickly evaporates and you return to the reality of your life.

Maybe you’re fed up with what you do and frustrated with not knowing what else to do.
Maybe you’re stressed to the breaking point and in dire need of the courage to say ‘no’.
Maybe you’re insecure and exhausted from fearing what others might say.

You don’t just want to dream about what might be. You want to experience it. Be who you want to be. Do what you want to do. Say what you want to say.  With confidence.

I know how you feel — I’ve been there.

For 30 years I didn’t consider, didn’t even think about, what I truly wanted. My life felt empty, unfulfilling, exhausting.

Attending a Taiko drumming workshop started a journey of rediscovery. Taking classes and performing in front of hundreds of people, forced me to face my deepest fears and connect with emotions I had buried beneath layers of logic.

I felt exposed and vulnerable, daring and triumphant.

I wish for everyone to have what I gained: the courage and self-trust to become who they want to be and to bring their dreams to life.

That’s why I became a coach.

You know who you want to be and what you want to do.
You know what you need to get it.
You know how to change.

It’s just that, like my fears, it’s all hopelessly tangled up inside you. Like me, you’ll need to dig down and untie the knots to rekindle the joy in all of your life again.

It’s intense.
It’s worth it.
You’re worth it.