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No one ever told me when I was growing up that work was something you could love. That it could be a never-ending source of creativity, learning and personal growth. That my career would be my greatest creative project and one of the big loves of my life.

But that is what my career is to me today.

I hand-made my career so that it would fit me perfectly. I get to enjoy freedom, creativity, play, collaboration, growth, connection and making a difference.

Every day.

AND I love what I do

Over the past 10 years I have been lucky enough to coach the brightest minds and talent from Google, Apple, UN Women and MySpace (yep, I’ve been at it that long), A-list musicians and leaders in the creative and music industries, helping them to create careers and businesses that they can thrive in.

I’ve guided more than 3,000 people all over the world through the online courses that I have created for my own brands or co-designed with brilliant best-selling authors.

The signature online course I designed for Project Love has been featured in Psychologies, Glamour and Grazia plus I have been included in six best-selling books on career change and how to start a business on a shoestring.

Over the past 5 years my focus has also turned towards love and relationships and growing the business called Project Love with my biz wife, Vicki Pavitt. Together we cosy up to co-host our Project Love podcast which has had over 50,000 plays since it began.

My latest creative passion is the Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019 journal which I'm currently writing so that it can be ready in time for Xmas 2018.

I am always working a mix of different creative or strategic projects over at Project Love or through collaborations with people that are out there leading movements and making a difference.

Dig right to the core of what I do and why I do it and you'll find a very simple belief based on a quote by a Harold Thurman:

 

"DON'T ASK WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS,

ASK WHAT MAKES YOU COME ALIVE

AND THEN GO AND DO THAT

BECAUSE WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS

IS PEOPLE WHO HAVE COME ALIVE"