All posts by Richie

Lost 40 lbs and gained 40% more income

Success story: Angelina

Before: Angelina, a HR Administrator and married mother of three, was fed up with her job. She felt overworked and undervalued but didn’t know whether she should continue working her way up or leave altogether. She regularly worked overtime with little time or energy for herself, her family or exercise and it was affecting her general wellbeing and self-confidence. Continue reading

Established successful photography business

Success story: Baz

Before: Baz worked in photography for over 25 years but had reached a point in his career where he wanted to take it to another level. He no longer wanted to take generic photos and be ‘all things to all people.’ He had a unique style and wanted to set himself apart from other photographers. He felt it was time to fulfil his dream of building a specialised photography business that had a clear brand identity and purpose but he wasn’t sure which direction to take or how he would take it forward.

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Finding his true calling

Success story: Michael 

Before: Michael, a wellness consultant selling Nikken health products, wanted to take his business to a higher level but was frustrated that he wasn’t getting the financial results that he wanted despite the time and energy he put in. He wanted to generate a higher income and achieve the financial freedom that would enable him to create the lifestyle that he desired and to enjoy it with his family. He was keen to learn what he could do to improve his business and also to understand what was holding him back from the success he truly desired.

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Move up the career ladder and greater independence

Success Story: Paul

Before: Paul worked part-time as a web design intern at a small design company, hoping they’d offer a full-time role with more responsibility and a better salary. However, he found the work environment dull and uninspiring and felt unable to express his potential. This impacted on his motivation, energy and creativity. He was underpaid and had to take on second job to support himself financially. Paul wanted to work in a more vibrant setting where he could stretch himself and develop his design skills.

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