My main driving force is happiness. When I was young, I hated birthday’s not because I didn’t like presents, parties or even being the centre of attention but because it meant being another year older. I wanted to savour every second even as a seven year old!
This theme carried on in my life and I have always lived my life to the full – we never know what is around the corner.
I still had lots of beliefs about myself though which stopped me being as successful or as happy as I wanted and my love of personal development was born. I love the fact that I am now in a job (which for a start never feels like a job) where I can work with amazing, inspirational men and women to get them to really see how wonderful they are and what a wonderful world we live in. As my favourite personal development guru and my trainer Tony Robbins says this is not positive thinking, it is not going out into the garden and saying ‘there are no weeds, there are no weeds’. It’s about seeing the world as it is but not worse than it is and then beginning to build on it. Knowing with the right drive, focus and support there really is no limit to what YOU can achieve.