How was 2019 for you?
If it was a movie would you give it a five-star rating and see it again, or not recommend it to anybody?
December is a great time for rest and reflection as we get ready to enter a brand new year.
- What were your highlights of 2019?
- What would you do differently?
- What habits and behaviours are you taking into the new decade?
Personally, I’ve had a truly transformational year, there have been so many things that I’m grateful for and I want to thank those of you that have been part of that journey.
- I changed my business and became Yvette Ankrah - Transformational Coach
- Got my doctorate after 10 years of study
- Was pain-free for the first time in six years
- Spoke in venues up and down the UK and on TV
- Got rid of the comfort zone!
Everything happened after I decided to change and truly took ownership of my own habits and behaviours.
It is not always skipping through fields and leaping with unicorns, however whenever things are not working, I have found ways to change how I think, feel and then act, and I’m grateful I can share those skills with others. I am always learning and committed to continual growth and sharing what I learn with others.
I love supporting others avoid stress and burnout and do so in 1-2-1 coaching, group coaching or giving talks.
I’d like to share a testimonial with you for a 1-2-1 coaching client, which for me feels like a great way to end this incredible year.
Yvette is a life-saver! I let stress and my colleagues completely take over my life and create a suffocating amount of negativity in all aspects of my life. I felt alone and hopeless in my position, with no light at the end of the tunnel. After my first session with Yvette, I felt calm and supported for the first time in months! She genuinely cares to listen to you, identify your true goals, and helps you see what you actually want to do with your life. She helped me re-centre myself completely, back to the person I was before. She is remarkable and I would highly recommend her if you're feeling stuck and need some guidance! Thank you, Yvette!