James thrives on discovering people’s potential, broadening their perspective and helping to implement and maintain positive change. He works with adults who lack purpose & motivation, struggle with building relationships, have a work-life imbalance or those suffering from stress & burnout. He helps cultivate purpose, resilience, meaningful relationships and a growth mindset, so people can pursue purposeful careers with confidence and be the best versions of themselves.
James’s coaching, mentoring and training incorporates evidence based positive psychology, so any suggested interventions are backed with research. By tapping into people’s values, he helps individuals and teams discover their true potential, set more meaningful goals and provide accountability where needed to be successful. He has a strong background in education and has lived in South Korea, Thailand, Spain, Malta, Ireland & Vietnam. His work on wellbeing has been showcased at multiple international conferences and he has won awards for having a positive impact and delivering engaging presentations. Visit my website to book a FREE consultation.
Five Considerations to Help Navigate Meaning & Purpose in Mid-life
You may have heard of the term ‘midlife crisis’. As people approach their mid-thirties or forties, it’s quite common to experience a phase of deep reflection, introspection, and evaluate one’s accomplishments in life. Quite often people start to question whether it’s...
How to Remain Empathetic During Difficult Conversations
Difficult conversations are an inevitable part of life, whether it’s resolving a conflict with a loved one or consoling a friend in distress. These conversations are emotionally charged which makes them tricky to navigate in the heat of the moment. A key skill that...
Lessons from Positive Psychology
First of all, let’s clarify what positive psychology is not, as it’s commonly misunderstood. Smile, think happy thoughts, be positive and never give up. While there are benefits to those suggestions, we must be cautious of toxic positivity as it’s much more complex...
How to Form a Happiness Project Group
A happiness group is where a group of people gets together and discuss a range of topics that affect their day-to-day happiness including definitions of happiness, goal accomplishment, habits, mindfulness and personal values. We spend enough time worrying about how we...
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