Of course, I would love it if you and I could be in the same room somewhere in the world. That we could sit back, sip coffee (me anyway) and really get to know each other.
But that's not always possible (time, resources and money). Online courses and workshops are the next best thing to a live learning experience. Over the years it's always astounded me just how close people can become, even though they may never meet in real life. Maybe it's got nothing to do with the medium, but the humans taking part.
Here are my current offerings:
The Moxie Project
It's never too late to reclaim your courage and confidence, release your creativity and unearth your buried dreams.
Now is the perfect time to begin. The Moxie Project is dedicated helping you remove the obstacles that have been stopping you and turn your thoughts into action, dreams into reality.
If you’ve been struggling with your confidence and courage and releasing your dreams into the world, I'd like to invite you to The Moxie Project, an 8-week Online Group Coaching Programme & Workshop - it's part tools and techniques, part group coaching, part innovative curriculum, part workshop, part supportive community, part campfires and part individual attention
Do What You Love to Do
Craft a career you care about and do work that matters
You want to do work that matters and align who you are with what you ‘do’ in the world. You’ve perhaps reached your mid-way point – but it can happen at any age – that moment you know that you’re meant to be on another path, but you lack clarity on how to move yourself over.
You want to leave your mark, do work that is meaningful and rewarding to you – and perhaps others – you aren’t wanting to change the world, just your little corner of it.
You know you have love work or great work inside you – and well, it’s now time to be, do, create it.
Choosing radical kindness, love and compassion
Unfinished Human is a 4-week self-paced e-course. You can start now and you can take it from anywhere in the world.
Carl Jung wrote, “The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” I think he was spot on. It’s terrifying. To actually accept we are unfinished humans, that we aren’t perfect, that we do make mistakes and errors, and to embrace that is part of our experience. And, it does take self-compassion, self-love and kindness to make it through without any shame, guilt or blame.
The practice of all three – until we accept ourselves completely – for the majority of us seems to be one step forward and two steps back. We accept them one day, and then the following we find ourselves back in the thinking of our inner critic, going through our days with negative self-talk and put-me-downs.