A Call to Courage
Uncomfortably kind conversations to finally
make sense of your mess
I see you!
You are working so hard, but cracks are showing up in your life, your relationships, health, well-being or finances.
Others see the outward success of your role and influence, your cars, homes, holidays and experiences, and assume that you're doing great, but they don't have a clue about what is going on in your head.
You are a master at acting like everything is fine; showing up and delivering at work, creating new ideas and running a successful business in these complex times.
But, you question whether it will last. Was it all a fluke? Will I get 'found out'?
If only they knew that with success comes a new set of problems.
At work you kick into 'problem solver' and others follow you. You are powerful and have authority.
"At Home, There is Tension That Needs Your Attention"
Those closest to you have tried to 'tell you' and whilst you know there is truth in their concern, it can make you feel under attack. It causes arguments, misunderstandings and resentment.
If only 'they' could see the sacrifices that you have made to provide the lifestyle that they enjoy and the life you have helped them build.
In moments of honest introspection, you know that something is not quite 'right'. You can't always describe it, but you feel it.
You also sense that time to running out.
You need a solution.
You are smart; you can usually figure things out without asking for help.
But this! This! It keeps you awake at night. So, you surf the internet for answers or escape to something that gives you a dopamine high to numb your pain.
Your loved ones complain about your obsession with work and the imbalance in your life, often demonstrated through poor habits, addictions and emotional outbursts.
You want it to be easier and more fun - like it was in your early career. Things were more simple then.
You've started keeping secrets... that was never your intention. It just happened.
You tell yourself, I could stop if I wanted to, but that is easy to say and WAY harder to do.
How can you change who you are being and create a quick transformation?
There is so much at stake; you need to talk with someone who is totally removed from your situation but who has the professional skills to help, the empathy to understand without judgement and to garner meaningful insight regarding moving forward and improving all aspects of your life, without adding yet another pressure.
You have glimmers of hope for a brighter future and ideas that you have not yet leaned into, but now is the time.
And, that's where I come in...
Hi, I am Yvonne. I work with a select group of business leaders, CEO's and 7+ figure entrepreneurs.
My clients professional success can often feel at odds with their personal commitments.
Many are looking to make changes that impact their family dynamic, their relationship (or obsession) with work and also question the existential questions around purpose, ego and a life after their current role.
Their future life can be dedicated in part to making a difference, including creating environmental or humanitarian change.
They are often interested in exploring their spirituality and wonder how it will affect them as individuals and the impact they might have on others.
Most of my clients have historically come by word of mouth from other people who have needed a trusted friend, confidente and mentor in order to gain insight into a new way of being. After all, it's much less about adding actions to a 'to do list' and much more about shifting into a new paradigm of thought and self awareness.
I tailor each partnership to suit my clients, choosing to work with only those who have the grit to do the deep work required for meaningful change.
If that is you, then please book a call and see if we are a fit.
Yvonne is a certified life coach, business coach, executive coach, NLP practitioner and Somatic coach. She lives in Cumbria with her husband and twin sons, dedicating time every day to tending a flourishing garden, cooking for family and friends—and taking joy from the chance to stop at sunset each evening just to admire the view.