Trained by a number of trainers including Dr Richard Bandler the CO-Creator of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
Specialised in life coaching women
Empowering the disadvantaged families and speaking out for the voiceless ones.
Instead of allowing yesterday's decisions to dictate our present, we are all about letting today's decisions create a brighter tomorrow.
I help mothers who have the desire to become the best versions of themselves. I take them on a journey of Empowerment, Balance and Transformation.
By pursuing this journey, these mothers will have access to the secret of having it all. They will become loving mothers, sweet lovers and queens within themselves.
We are a business for the social and environmental good. We believe that by empowering mothers we empower the whole family because happy mothers often means happy families.
The profit that the business makes flow back towards delivering workshops, training students, disadvantaged youth, prisoners and ex-offenders.
A Life of Choices provides an insight to the challenges that families face in today’s difficult environment. We will be offering our life-coaching packages to a number of groups, with a main focus on mothers and young people. They will act as the bridge between a life of regret and grief to a life of choices and change. The help we provide will revolve around the techniques stemming from Neuro-Linguistic Programming and life-coaching, delivered through workshops, talks, training and online courses.
One day, our society will become a place without families fearing and grieving over the bad choices our children were a part of. Until then, our social enterprise seeks to provide the necessary means for achieving this. This will include workshops to help parents and siblings to intervene before further damage is caused.
We offer life-coaching programmes to help with building happy, United, achieving families/young people where their abilities are recognised, and their journey of personal and collective growth is ongoing. In doing so we would be creating a safer and healthier community where younger generations are allowed to thrive and mothers are feeling empowered and in control.
The answer is simple: our outlook. Youth violence is a multifaceted problem. We cannot say for sure that the issues are black and white, but rather a variety of shades. We are aware that the youth need help, so instead of taking the traditional and unsuccessful view that 'the youth are to blame', it is time to look at every angle.
The verdict came back: ‘Guilty!’ It was set in stone. My son has been sentenced to a 22-year prison sentence. This was the peak of my roller-coaster; now I am sailing to the safe ground within the next 19 years – the next years to make the change I want to see.
After seeing the need to fill this gap in society, I was aware that an initiative was needed to voice the silence from youths, prisoners, families and friends.
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