I help women transform their careers and I have had lots of personal experience transforming my own. I have worked in technical roles, leadership positions, client relationship management and sales and I'm now in coaching and personal development.
I have spent over 25 years growing and transforming my career. Whether driven by a desire to try something new, wanting to stretch myself or feeling unfulfilled and ready to move on, I always managed my career to achieve the results I wanted.
The best piece of career advice I can give you, based on my experience, is to get yourself lots of support. I've had so many amazing experiences because I surrounded myself with people who would help and encourage me.
I believe that everyone should find happiness in their career and that we all have it in us to create the career of our dreams. And this is what I want to help you to do if you are ready to Create A Career You Love.
I completed my coach training at,
under my teachers:
Tony Robbins / Chloe Madanes
Mark Peysha / Madgali Peysha
Thank you so much for helping my re-find my energy and motivation- it has been a long time since I had this much focus and drive. I find the sessions so useful and I am having so many insights that at times it’s not just a light bulb switching on but Blackpool illuminations. Thanks for all of your support and guidance.
Julie, Business Owner
Would just like to say thank you for the coaching. I have just started a new job with a big pay rise. Wouldn't have had the confidence to go for such a job without your help. Mhairi, Test Technician
Thanks again for your time today, I've found you very approachable and engaged in me and my business and I've appreciated your thoughtful approach and sensible suggestions to help me refocus on my business. I feel better placed to take appropriate actions than I did a few months ago.
Annette, Business Owner
I attended a goal setting workshop with Julie about 9 months ago and it gave me a whole new perspective. It not only reinforced my goal but it helped me frame it in a new way which opened up many new roads to get there. Now I have a new portfolio career which has enabled me to start my own coaching business and follow my dream. Thank you
It is easy to coast along doing a job that you are good at, and I personally have coasted on more than one occasion. I was enjoying the work but there came a point when the job was no longer contributing to my career growth or happiness. It became easy and mundane and I felt a loss of motivation.
Whenever I recognised that I was “coasting” I would take the time to evaluate where I was and where I want to be and use that to build a plan. It can be scary walking away from a job that you are really good at to try something new, but it is worth it.
If you feel you are coasting then let me work with you to help you identify what is keeping you there, explore your options and help you to create a plan to reinvigorate and motivate you onto new and exciting opportunities.
I have been there as well and believe me it very rarely happens. You need to proactively promote yourself and establish a good support network if you want to get ahead.
I learned this very early in my career when I spent nearly 2 years working hard and waiting for someone to notice and promote me. After a while I realised it wasn’t going to happen and that I needed to take control and create the opportunities.
I see so many women doing this as we are often more comfortable doing the “tasks” really well and less comfortable with self-promotion. It is a skill that is essential to career growth and you will be glad to hear, one that can be learned.
If you find it difficult to talk about your skills and capabilities, and are uncomfortable promoting your achievements then let me help you find your courage and your voice.
So many of us have that sense of not being good enough, not seeing what other people see in you and believing it’s only a matter of time before you are “found out”.
“Every time I was called on in class, I was sure that I was about to embarrass myself. Every time I took a test, I was sure that it had gone badly. And every time I didn’t embarrass myself — or even excelled — I believed that I had fooled everyone yet again. One day soon, the jig would be up … “—Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook
Research tells us that women often undervalue themselves and as a result we are uncomfortable asking for pay rises and we won’t go for that new job unless we’re sure we have all the necessary skills – where men will often go for it with the confidence that they will quickly skill-up on the job and will get by until then.
Women are often so worried about how others perceive us that we overlook our successes and build up a flawed picture of our careers.
I am no stranger to Imposter Syndrome but have learned a lot over the years on how to deal with and manage that fear. I have learned how to recognise and take pride in my achievements and I would love the opportunity to help you do the same.
“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” – Seneca
Luck can play a role in your career, but normally it is because you have put yourself in the position to receive it, and it is how you take advantage of the opportunity that will determine if you succeed.
There have been numerous occasions when I have considered myself lucky to have been in the "right place at the right time" or lucky to have known a certain individual who helped me in a career move. But the truth is these opportunities came to me because I helped to create them.
Let me teach you how to embrace your luck and make the most of it when it presents itself.
I share these stories because I have had the same experiences and challenges as you through my career and have learned a lot from them.
I use my experiences to help you in your career journey, help you overcome some of the challenges and obstacles and enable you to Create A Career You Love.