What do we have to offer you?

I’ve learnt during my lifetime that fulfilment, happiness, contentment, whatever term you choose to adopt, comes not from having all the freedom in the world or from owning more and more stuff, but from understanding and knowing “WHO I AM.” Knowing that I have a purpose, a meaning, that goes beyond the life I have built for myself, knowing that I am full of creativity and potential, knowing that I am loved – these are the things that bring me TRUE fulfilment, happiness and contentment.

I can show you how to find your true purpose, but the methods I use may seem to be counter cultural, and that’s simply because they are.

Our society worships freedom, the pursuit of happiness through owning things, it seeks the instant thrill, the quick fix, not bound by constraints but free to do what we want, whenever we want to. And yet, if we are truly honest with ourselves, does that really bring contentment, real lasting contentment? It may for a brief moment, for a fleeting second, before it is washed away by the tide of the next great fix, the latest gadget, the must have of the moment.

To be truly FREE, we need to recognise and understand our deepest longings, to pursue them with an intentionality that blurs out the constant noise of our culture, that embraces the truth that boundaries are good, to rediscover some of the ancient wisdom around living our lives with rhythm.

A life of rhythm ultimately sets us free. It guards us against constant busyness, over-work and stress. It allows us to explore who we truly are, the things that really matter to us. It makes space for creativity and for enjoyment of the simple things.

In a nutshell it aids us in living a life of simplicity, slowness and intentionality.

So that’s what I can offer – a way to discover a new way of living, a way to embrace life fully, making space for the things that really matter.

What is the cost?

Unlike our microwave culture, who want everything instantly, there is a cost to discovering a new rhythm to life. And that cost comes in the form of honesty, commitment, motivation and intentionality.

Honesty – Learning to be honest with yourself, completely honest, is key to building a new rhythm to your life. If you struggle to be honest then what you build will have a shaky foundation, and won’t last.

Commitment – This is fast becoming a “dirty” word in our society. But commitment is a key element to success. If we truly commit we will press through even when it’s tough. We won’t just give up when we fail or fall, we’ll get back up and start again.

Motivation – We can achieve almost anything if we are motivated enough to do it. Understanding why we want to do something is a key to being motivated. If we have a clear vision or goal of what we want to achieve then our motivation will see us through the tough times.

Intentionality – To form new life rhythms it takes intentionality, it’s not just going to happen by chance. We have to be intentional in our thinking and our actions.

I offer no quick fixes and no instant success. Forming new rhythms takes time. There is no magic potion that I discovered from a long lost tribe in the African jungle, no forgotten formula from a wandering tribe in China. If you want these things – quick fixes, instant success, then there are plenty of people selling this kind of thing all over the internet. Thanks for looking, but I am not going to be able to offer what you are looking for.

If you’re at a point in your life where you know that you need to make some changes, or there’s a desperation, that won’t keep silent, to live life differently, then please check out our online programs and begin your journey to a new you NOW.


I want everyone who chooses to learn with us to succeed and I will do all I can to support and help that to happen. Having an Accountability Partner is a vital ingredient to lasting success. If you’re new to the idea of an accountability partner here’s a quick rundown.

An accountability partner is someone you can trust, someone who will not judge you, but will help encourage the best from you. They will listen, offer feedback, push you gently and challenge you.

A study was carried out into the effect of accountability by the Association for Talent Development. The researchers found that individuals have the following probabilities of completing a goal by taking these actions –

  • Having an idea or goal – 10% likely to complete goal
  • Consciously deciding that you will do it – 25%
  • Deciding when you will do it – 40%
  • Planning how to do it – 50%
  • Committing to someone that you will do it – 65%
  • Having a specific accountability appointment with someone you’ve committed to – 95%

As you can see, having an accountability partner can increase your chance of success by 85% from just having an idea.

This is how Living Free From differs from others selling similar programs. I offer varying levels of accountability with all of my programs. From unlimited email communication, to online one to one sessions, I am committed to helping you to succeed. (You can still choose to have no accountability – if you feel motivated you can purchase a program and work through it on your own).