Stacy Moore, Educational Psychologist, Inner Circles
Agata Pieczynska, Media & educational professional - & budding music industry entrepreneur
“I got in contact with Gina at a time when I felt flat and directionless in my job. I couldn’t put a finger on what it was, and I also didn’t know where to start to turn it around.
Through my sessions with Gina she helped me establish what was, and wasn’t, working in my current role, what was missing, and what skills and experience I wanted to develop. Gina also helped me see the importance of defining my own values and applying them in my everyday work life.Thanks to our work together, and numerous ‘light bulb moments’ we uncovered in the process, I have commenced work on a creative side project in parallel to my job which gives me a balance and fulfilment I was lacking before.
If you are looking for direction, or you’ve got the direction but need the next step, I encourage you to contact Gina as I have no doubt she will help you switch on that light bulb that’s sitting inside you.”
“A die hide know-it-all, I wasn’t sure whether I would benefit from this motivational book. But within the first 3 chapters I had read so much sense written in a clear, concise manner that I couldn’t help but be inspired. I already have the tools to achieve my goals but this book is helping me to identify them and use them more efficiently.
Sometimes we know what we need to do, but it always helps to have a little guide to point us in the right direction.
I am not a newly wed, nor in a relationship, but there is still much for me to gain from this well written, warm-hearted, engaging book.”
“We all have our own personal priorities in life but it’s not often that we acknowledge them to ourselves and act positively upon them – especially after the whirlwind that is planning your wedding and getting married! I was a little stuck for what to do for ‘the rest of my life’ but Gina was a great help in encouraging me to set measurable goals for myself, and also helped in evaluating the results from an impartial perspective.
She showed me that it is worth celebrating those small achievements – those small steps to the top of the ladder – that all contribute positively to the bigger picture of the goal. Gina helped me to live by my accomplishments – not my to do list. She taught me how to think more positively about my goals and priorities and their progress, which in turn fostered even more progress and positivity.
There’s one phrase that stands out from my sessions with Gina, it’s ‘There’s no need to reinvent the wheel.’ Life is all about tweaks – and this includes tweaking everything from daily routines to emotional states of mind. Gina helped me to realise that I have complete control over my own life and destiny – all I need to do is decide where I want to be, how I need to get there, and how I can make it a possibility. And the most important thing – never be afraid to ask for a little help. Thanks for everything, Gina!”
Gina’s 2-hour goal setting workshop with some of our junior fellows (aged 16) was a highlight of the day. She effectively engaged with the group and clearly expressed how and why goal setting is important, in a language that they understood. Clearly passionate about inspiring young people, I would have no hesitation in recommending Gina’s workshops to others… and look forward to working with her again soon!
Carson Yarde, Operations Director, Windsor Fellowship
“I just wanted to thank you once again for the amazing session that we had with you. I found it to very useful and really motivating as well. I am trying to get into the habit of it by setting daily tasks and then eventually building a list of things I want to achieve. Your session had a great impact on me and having tried the goal setting activity and incorporated it in my daily life, it is helping me achieve my short term aims, whether on a daily, weekly or monthly basis by being able to keep up with my work and at the same time building my long term goals. I feel this is a really good way of measuring what I want to do and what I have done.”
Tasneem Woozeer, UK university student – attended a goal setting workshop
“It’s funny, I would have never thought I was the type to need ‘motivating’. But after reading just a few chapters of this book, I realised I was stuck in a rut and that the ‘honeymoon was over’. I went back to work that same week having made some clear goals in my life and things started happening! A few weeks later I got a promotion at work and a 30% salary increase, which will definitely help to pay off the wedding!”
Fariba, Bristol (Quote in reference to Happily Ever After for Grown-Ups)
“Gina’s approach was very professional and her delivery was focused. I was very quickly able to build a rapport and put my trust in her when discussing personal issues, that was very important to me in moving forward.
When I first met with Gina I felt that I was between a rock and a hard place and stuck within a job that had already begun to make me feel very unhappy. With Gina’s support I able to see my situation more clearly and realised that I was in control of my own destiny, whereas previously I felt I had no choice.It was very empowering once I had begun to realise that I could begin to relate differently to people around me and my environment.
I am very proud to say that I am now working for a new employer and have no regrets in the changes that I have made. I am continuing to stay positive and confident in my ability to explore further options.
I would highly recommend Gina and happy to give provide further information if required.”
Elelta Demissie Tafesse
“Just finished a fab coaching session with @limitlesscoach Feeling positive and inspired, thank you!”
Quote from Twitter, 02/10/2011
Kaneen, Shake the Belly, London