Hi I’m Suzie
I AM PASSIONATE ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE TO DO WORK THAT LIGHTS THEM UP
As a Coach, I work with over-achieving city workers who are dominating in their careers yet they are feeling unfulfilled, burnt out and fed up.
Though my 1:1 online coaching program, we redefine their own version of success, transform their mindset and formulate their strategy towards taking massive action to step boldly into a life they truly deserve.
BUT THAT HASN’T ALWAYS BEEN ME…
I’m passionate about what I do because I have been there.
I had a hunger for success from a very young age. I’m from a small country village in Somerset. Growing up, I spent all my time playing competitive sport, it was my true passion and I couldn’t get enough. I took on every challenge that was going because I loved the sense of achievement. I dreamed of playing sport and running my own business one day.
Fast forward and I somehow ended up working on the 18th floor of a skyscraper in the banking industry in the city. Before I knew it I was leading an inactive lifestyle, hunched over a desk all day and living for the weekend.
I’ve felt the Sunday fear, the constant clock watching, the despair of dragging myself out of bed and cramming myself between armpits on a delayed train only to arrive at a desk and start counting down the hours until I can go home again. sound familiar?
I didn’t recognise myself, I had completely lost my own sense of identity. I jumped from job to job, within three different industries, desperately trying to find something I enjoyed but never finding it. Knowing I was on the wrong path but not knowing what the right one was left me angry at the system, frustrated with myself and to be frank, a little bit depressed.
THE PATH I WAS ON WAS SOCIETY’S VERSION OF SUCCESS. NOT MINE.
After a lot of soul searching, seminars, courses, personal development books and getting brutally honest with myself, it hit me. The fear of staying on this path was GREATER than the fear of quitting it with no idea what I was going to do next and I owed it to myself to take that chance.