Maximizing Individual Potential

“We live life on levels and we arrive in stages. Each stage takes us to a new level of relationships, knowledge, understanding, authority and responsibility” – Dr A R Bernard.

Adult life is made up of stages, from young adulthood, to midlife and finally mature adulthood. At each stage of our lives, our aspirations and focus evolve and may be different. We may be dissatisfied with our accomplishments or we may face a challenge to move forward. We may seek advice from our mentors or others who have walked before us on the journey. However, it may surprise you to know that the best answers lie within you and you need to take ownership to discover them.

As a young adult, you are full of enthusiasm and expectancy about your first job or business venture. Time passes quickly and several years on, you may ask yourself if this is what you want to do for the rest of your life, and if you are heading down the right career path.

As a midlife executive, there may come moments when you ask yourself what you have achieved in life and what’s next for you. It may be a result of feeling burned out or a potential end of career syndrome. Life ahead of you may seem like a long meaningless road to tread upon.

As a life coach, my role is to come alongside you and support you to take stock of where you are now and discover where you want to go next in your life. Together, we will explore your talents, your passions and vision, and what opportunities are available to you. We will formulate action plans and I will support you to achieve these action plans.

“A life coach does for the rest of your life what a personal trainer does for your health and fitness.” ~ Elaine MacDonald

Does this sentence resonate with you? If it does, then life coaching may just be what you need!

Self-Discovery Workshop for Professionals


  • Individual pre-workshop coaching session to take stock of your life
  • 4 coaching sessions to relax, reflect, recharge and renew your vision
  • Deepen commitment to step out of your comfort zone
  • Set realistic and actionable goals to move forward