From one of my entrepreneur clients (new entrepreneur looking to build his business, based in Brazil):

As a coach Christine works as a broad mirror. She will show you the obvious things that you just cannot see for yourself, which is absolutely necessary. They say that one don’t make it far just by having esoteric ideas and implementing them, but that you actually will go far by not forgetting the basic and doing it right.
As a young entrepreneur I was all the time focusing on the details and going far away from the basic, urgent and strategic tasks, but Christine managed to show me that I might be losing focus of the important things in my project. Not only that, she also guided me in areas that I was avoiding because of lack of confidence and experience, such as managing other people.
All in all I can only say that her support really helped me in my way as an entrepreneur and as a person.”

Some of my work with entrepreneur clients is very early stage (if you are looking for logos etc, they often don’t have one yet). Some would like to keep the engagement confidential. If you are looking for more background or would like an introduction to somebody to get a reference what working with me is like, just reach out and I am happy to sort something out. 


From some of my coaching clients in London:

“Christine’s coaching had a wonderful lightness which prevented things ever getting too significant. It as always a great pleasure to talk to her. We did a couple of memorable sessions on sub-personalities which really opened up something new for me and gave me an access to dealing with my internal conflicts in a completely new way.”


“Christine was able to take me out of my own way – by that I mean she was able to de-personalise how and what I assessed about my own values and beliefs, making it easier to take rational and balanced approach to reviewing them. In doing so this took out the emotion from the discussion and made it more productive.
I had a clearer picture of what I was currently doing that lacked congruence with my own values, how I and why I wanted to change this (creating a sense of urgency with the matter at hand) as well as practical analysis and actions to move forward with.
I came away with clear ideas and next steps, as well as feeling as though I had taken part in a thorough and details personal analysis on my own values and behaviours”.


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