Align what you do with who you are.
Do you feel unfulfilled? Do you question your career choices? Are you still waiting for that promotion? Have you lost your sense of purpose? Did you forget why you wake up in the morning? Do you feel like you are not where you are supposed to be? Are you indecisive about a decision you need to make? Do you think you can do better but you are unsure how that looks like yet?
If you answered YES to at least one of the questions listed above, Boost is the answer to help you TRULY find yourself and align what you do with who you are.
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Who's our founder?
During my studies and career, which have been marked by my passion for linguistics and human relations, I have been able to perfect my communication and listening skills as well as my understanding of the power of words and emotions.
I left a small village in the South of France to move to London where I held various positions in teaching, the fashion industry, and in IT research and consulting.
Absorbed by the intensity of these environments, I learned a lot about myself.
Personal development has always been an important part of the roles I have performed. The desire to surpass myself, to inspire and help those who want to do so to achieve their potential, earned me the recognition as a Leader in June 2020.
Despite these accomplishments, I have seen many dysfunctions in today's companies or even in our western societies. We have become logical beings however, the optimization of our potential lies in the alignment of our ideas, emotions, values and beliefs.
When we feel that we are where we are supposed to be and have a goal, a conviction, only then can we give the best of ourselves.
In my opinion, we must learn to dream bigger and welcome new perspectives.
Following my ICF accredited diploma in professional coaching at Full Circle Global and being a Reiki Master, I am confident in the skills I have developed as a professional coach to accompany you in aligning what you do with who you are.
“We know what we are, but not what we may be”