We often face limitations placed on us by the expectations others have concerning what we should do and how we should do it, both at work and in our personal lives, and the even stronger demands we make on ourselves. Hence, only too often do we realise that our creative power has been inhibited by real life situations and experiences.

Furthermore, our daily routine rarely offers us an opportunity for reflection and “me time” and, to be honest, at times we avoid such moments when they could be uncomfortable.

Today, having tested several methods during many coaching hours, I realise that the best I can offer is what I am best at doing myself, and that is looking beyond the obvious, studying issues under various lenses to, finally, help the client define the most appropriate solution for them.

Actually, my visionary problem-solving approach stems from the convergence of structured learning – [BSc(hons) degree in Nutritional Therapeutics for Cognitive Improvement, MSc in Human Resource Management, specifically on problem-solving using business models, and a 6-month Coaching Diploma course on traditional coaching practice] – and a creative mindset (my passion for literature, classical music, art, pets and sci-fi).

Indeed, speaking of ‘seeing beyond the obvious’, I now realise that over thirty years running my medical and marketing translation business have trained my mind to ‘see’ multiple solutions, read between the lines, choose the appropriate translation for a term or phrase from a wide choice of options, and perceive the non-stated in order to convey the intended meaning precisely. As a matter of fact, it is fun and deeply motivating to reverse the usual reasoning process by exploring business models with a creative approach to identify innovative solutions that can be useful both at work and in personal life situations.

Hence, I’ve decided to share this expertise to help you make use of your passions and interests as creative problem-solving skills to become the best version of yourselves.

No doubt it takes courage to make imaginative, unconventional decisions but the power of coaching is that it helps you become aware of your strengths and dreams, thus empowering you to follow your heart.

“It’s not what happens to us that matters the most, it’s what we do with our experiences.” (Edith Eger)

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