I’ve got something even better.

If you’re a passionate, disabled person with a fire in your heart and a destiny that’s not yet fulfilled, this is your lucky day. If you are a manager or HR professional working with disabled people, you’ve come to the right place.

I’ve got an alternative to the trendy, fly-by-night quick-fix approach that’s taking over the world.

You know the kind I’m talking about. Where advice comes sexy & cheap and feels more like a one night stand than something you can build your life upon.

The kind that gets you feeling assertive and elated but you can’t remember why once the event is over or the book is back on the shelf.

But then real life comes in with a vengeance and it’s a long, hard slog to get back to that feeling you had before; the lost dream of how it was supposed to all happen.

Does your disability still define you at work and do you know deep down inside that it will always overshadow your extensive abilities? Is your life a contradiction between what happens to you and your dreams of who you could be and what you achieve outside of work? Should you stop fighting and just accept and be grateful for what you have?

If this sounds like you, I want you to know: I’m glad you’re here! There’s nothing wrong with you, and I’m going to tell you why.

I don’t believe transformation should be packaged and sold in bulk like doughnuts at Asda.

Every disabled person’s growth experience is unique and deeply personal. (When you’re dealing with obstacles, you need more than a template or a checklist to get you through.)

That’s why I’m here to offer something different. Something more… magical.

You see, I’m a disability life coach and business consultant that’s anything but ordinary.

Being vision-impaired myself, I can promise you that everything I teach, I live.

There are no shortcuts to discovering the best version of yourself, but there is a magic formula that is exclusively yours – like a treasure map inside you for the time in your life when what used to work in the past doesn’t work anymore.

That’s where my personal approach to life design and disability in the workplace comes in.

I believe that all our lives are meant to be purposeful and fun, and my purpose is to help you bring that kind of approach to your life. Disabled people can not only thrive in the workplace but also be a great advantage to a team or organisation.

Using my coaching to empower others is what I needed to find. Whether you have your own business, a corporate career, or something as yet untapped, I show you how to bring yourself into everything you’re creating.

I’m no different to you, but I have always approached my sight loss with one eye closed and the other open to change. You can be proactive about change as long as you are in the driving seat. You can’t live other people’s dreams and you can’t let others tell you yours. There is only one way you will ever succeed, take control of your own destiny and stop blaming other people for opportunities you allowed to pass you by.

Break free from the shackles of your disability right now!

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