We love working with business owners who have a story to tell and a message to share. We work together to ensure that they write and then publish a book that will help build their business, as well as get their message out into the world. You can imagine how proud I feel when clients accomplish their dream. I'm delighted to share some of their books here.
When Dad Became Joan: Life With My Transgender Father by Cath Lloyd
We all have a story about coming to terms with change, whether this is transgender reassignment, separation, divorce, loss, grief, illness, disability or living through another trauma. In her book, Cath shares 7 of the strategies that helped with her family challenges. These can support you too, whatever difficulties you're facing in your life.
These self-help tools focus on topics like your values, self-honesty and positivity, helping you to develop a plan of action to support you through the difficult times. This will help you to understand, acknowledge, and accept what needs to happen to move forward and live your new normal. Cath uses these strategies with her clients as a life style change and stress relief life coach.
How to be a Lady Who Leaves by Emma Heptonstall
Leaving your husband and getting divorced is a big deal, even when it’s your idea. But how do you know if you're making the right decision for you, and if you are, what’s the first thing you need to do?
How to be a Lady Who Leaves answers all these questions and more. From understanding the divorce legal process in England and Wales, to getting to grips with your finances, this book shows you how. Worrying how your children will cope with your divorce and how to manage your own emotions? This book covers that too.
With real life case studies from women with different experiences of divorce, this book takes you through the divorce process both practically and emotionally. Packed with hints, tips and action steps, this book is the perfect companion for any woman who is going through divorce.
The Big Dipper: How to Survive the Rollercoaster Ride of Business Ownership by Kevin Stansfield
Owning and running your own business is like a mental rollercoaster ride. Amazing highs and despairing lows. The Big Dipper tells the story of a character named Ken, who is just a normal guy who has a crazy idea to give up a good job and start his own business. He is not a born entrepreneur – if they truly exist – just a guy with a dream to achieve something for himself and his family.
This book is written by a business owner, for business owners, no matter where you are in your journey, from starting to exiting and selling your businesses. This book will give you the confidence to take your business to the next level and overcome any fears you may have. You'll learn from the key lessons that Ken faces, with action points that you can apply in your business, to make the rollercoaster ride an enjoyable rather than a scary experience.
Raw Food in a Flash: Getting 'more RAW' for the menopause by Lorraine Palmer
Suffering from post-surgical menopausal symptoms launched Lorraine on a quest to reduce her pain in a more natural way. In this book you will find out how to create great tasting food without 'cooking' or compromising on taste. Join Lorraine's insightful journey and let it serve as a short cut to your smooth menopause transition.
Full of flashy tips, the recipe section demystifies the myths behind RAW food, gives you the inspiration to create nutritious RAW and hearty meals, guilt free sweet treats, chocolate delights and nutrient dense drinks. Get to grips with what the menopause is and how it affects your entire being by accessing Lorraine's treasure trove of advice for sustaining a healthy lifestyle pre/post menopause.
Thriving Abroad: The Definitive Guide to Professional and Personal Relocation Success by Louise Wiles and Evelyn Simpson
Thriving Abroad supports one of life's greatest challenges: international relocation. It guides and inspires employees and their partners who are relocating internationally for work through a three-part framework designed to create personal and professional success abroad.
Manage Your Critic: From Overwhelm to Clarity in 7 Steps by Sheryl Andrews
Your critic (that little voice in your head) often has lots to say and can impact every thought and every decision you make, resulting in self-doubt, feelings of guilt and fear of failure.
Manage your Critic is a practical guide to develop the skills, support and resources you need to work and live at your best with others.
Sheryl shares easy to apply models and principles you will soon understand why some people don't listen and how that impacts your ability to gain clarity and confidence in your next best step.
5 Chairs 5 Choices: Own your behaviours, master your communication, determine your success by Louise Evans
The 5 Chairs is a powerful and systematic method which helps us master our own behaviours and manage the behaviours of others.
To be a good leader is to contribute to the success and happiness of everyone, at work and at home, on a conscious level.
The 5 Chairs offer 5 Choices. Which will you choose?
Successful Business Minds: A new perception of money and success to help you make better decisions in your business by Helen Monaghan
When you run a business, it can be a challenge to balance your finances and get clients whilst also spending time with your family and friends and do the things you love to do.
You deserve to live a meaningful life and have a business that supports that. That’s where this book comes in. Reading it will give you the key insights and direct actions you need to implement so you can be in control of your business finances whilst equally doing what you love.
Result: a successful business and a fabulous life!
The Inside Track by Jeremy Glyn
Practical integrated coaching for competitors and coaches using sports psychology and kinesiology to unleash potential.
“Your integrated approach takes sports psychology to a new and even more powerful level” – Goldie Sayers, GB javelin record holder
The Chapwell Method: The 7 Keys to Success, Happiness and Wellbeing by Fiona Chapman
The Chapwell Method is a 7 key strategy to create more of what you want in life - more success, more happiness, more well-being. This book is for you if you are suffering from stress, fatigue, overload or simply want to get the balance or control back in your life.
You can easily and effortlessly learn how to create a focused, peaceful mind and live in the now. Clear out those negative thoughts, calm the chatter of the mind and install positive, nurturing thoughts. Trust yourself and tap into your inner talents and wisdom. Sweep aside the barriers that hold back.
Eat to OUTSMART Cancer by Jenny Phillips
There are three powerful ways to reduce your cancer risk or help recovery alongside treatment – your exercise, diet and emotional health.
Eat to Outsmart Cancer clears up some of the confusing and often conflicting messages around healthy eating, and inspires you to make lifestyle changes at your own pace.
Jenny Phillips is a testimony to this approach, remaining cancer free since 2003. She is now a qualified nutritionist and yoga teacher.
Happily Ever After for Grown-Ups: A Non-Fairytale, Post-Wedding, Blues-Busting Guide for Newlyweds by Gina Visram
Are you determined to balance a happy marriage with a successful career?
In this era of juggling careers, relationships and families, it is not surprising that some people have become disillusioned by the idea of happily ever after ... but don t give up. In this career coaching book for nearlyweds, newlyweds and anyone who wants to create a happy balance in their relationship, Gina Visram highlights that although this success isn't automatic, you can achieve it when you lay good foundations early on, by following the 7 simple steps of her bespoke H.A.P.P.I.L.Y system.