Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
~ Steve Jobs

  • What would you do if you were truly following your heart?
  • Are you wondering how you could feel truly happy and have peace of mind?
  • Are you a leader wanting to progress to the next level in your career?
  • Are you at a crossroads in your life and wondering which way to turn?

Essencial Coaching and Leadership Development helps teams and individuals through personal and professional transition and transformation.


I work internationally with individuals and clients including
Adidas, Time Out, Unicef, Save The Children, ICBC Standard Bank, The London School of Economics, Lebara, Westfield UK, ACCA and JISC.  I help others to overcome their fear of change and make choices based on what truly drives them.

“So I was asked to speak at the Adidas womens speaker series and last week and I chose to talk about making difficult career decisions in the work place.  I used my crazy career story and talked about how understanding my personal values and priorities had really helped me make clear fast decisions based on the things that were important to me as a person.  I credited you for being the inspiration of this major “a-ha” moment in my life (for which I am very grateful still)!  The turnout was unbelievable (I was expecting 30 people and about 300 turned up!) and the feedback was really great – so many people contacted me to tell me that my talk was inspirational and that it had really made a lot of people think.  I had a mini panic that there was going to be mass exodus on Friday as everyone quit their jobs and relocate across the globe but so far so good!”

Rebecca Jury

VP Product, adidas, Basketball

“I wanted to write to you to thank you for an insightful and constructive away day session last Monday. I was fascinated both by the process itself and also the content of the process. It really showed a way forward to see commonalities among colleagues, highlight what really matters to each of us as individuals and also open up ways for more positive communications. ”

Dr Claire Gordon

London School of Economics