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The Road to Discovery

I've been thinking and reflecting a lot recently . I made the decision to leave an organisation with a good salary, pension, security and amazing international experiences. It was the easiest and hardest decision I've ever made however I'm now on an exciting journey of self-discovery.

Over the past couple of months, I've been working on an assignment for the Level 7 Qualification in Executive Coaching and Mentoring through the British School of Coaching. It has had highs and lows! What it gave me was the opportunity to really reflect on who I am as a coach as well as significantly enhancing my academic knowledge of coaching and mentoring, I'm pleased to say that my hard work paid off with a mark of 84%. 

I've been able to use this with my coaching clients thereby enabling me to add greater depth to my approach to coaching. It's an ongoing journey on my road to discovery and I'm excited to be moving along it! 

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