Tell us a bit about yourself, background and what you do currently?
At a young age after completing my Business qualifications I went into the corporate world to work at a Bank and then years later moved on to the Chamber’s of Commerce where the support came to merge the values of traditional Ancient Therapies with modern Technologies. I now specialise in Bio Resonance – cutting edge Future Energy Medicine which is fast becoming common place. Bio resonance is innovative high performance technology that reads imbalances in the mind and body and start to gently correct them. I have also developed a spa programme with all the Ancient Techniques and Technology called “Return to You”.
Did you ever sit down and plan your career?
My passion to help people solve problems was probably the reason I took on roles in the corporate world which at first I thought would be my life career but then the strong ties with promoting good health made me realise the difference I can help make to people by making change happen!
Have you faced any challenges along the way and if so, how did you deal with them?
If we don’t have challenges we are not living!.. Yes there have been a few…..
Don’t make decisions too quick … sit back, gather yourself and look at all the effective options to get the best results.
What advice would you give someone who wishes to move in to a leadership position for the first time?
If you think you are really ready for this role… surround yourself & learn from people who are successful and who are already in these roles.
Get yourself on a self awareness and leadership training, make sure you are well equipped and stay equipped.
When faced with two equally-qualified candidates, how would you decide who should have the role?
The one that has the passion and fire in their Belly!
How do you manage your own boss?
My health comes first! I give myself time out from the stress & anxiety world which helps me to stay focus and deliver my work 100% each time. I make sure I have enough time to complete tasks and when with clients never make them feel rushed. By asking the right questions, means right treatments are applied so time is not wasted.
On a typical workday, how do you start your day and how does it end?
Wake up to check my phone, act on any immediate messages from clients. When I start working with clients on certain programmes I have to make sure they are ok or need further support. Exercise ( on some days) get ready, breakfast … no two day are the same.
Clients, Admin, events, socialising.
I end my day with making sure everything is ready for the next working day… check my diary and phone.
What advice can you give to our members about raising their profiles within their own organisations?
Be truthful and interesting.. Share your knowledge at every opportunity and have time for others, show humility.
How have you benefited from coaching or mentoring?
Coaching or mentoring over the years have played a big part in my development from sales to human connection… help me to have clarity and stay focused. This type of external help has shown me to systemize my work and how to reach out to people who can benefit from my health technology work.
Do you think networking is important and if so, what three tips would you give to a newbee networker?
Yes … the right networking is the key to help grow my business: making people aware that the mind & body can be read & corrected with technology.
a. No contact or event is a ever waste of time
b. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying in a conversation
c. Pick events carefully where your target market will be.
What does the future hold for you?
Very exciting! The innovative high performance technology that reads and corrects the unbalances in the Mind and Body is moving the future generation to optimal mental, physical and spiritual health.
I am part of delivering this for now but there are currently projects which are been worked on for this health treatment to be delivered to the masses.
How to maintain focus:
This is essential to keeping up momentum, otherwise most of your week is spent speeding up and slowing down.
Fill up the gaps willingly with items needing done on your “to do list” and watch it become smaller and smaller.