Freelance Feels isn’t just a community – it offers coaching, too. Whether you want the personalised feeling of individual coaching, the camaraderie of group coaching or the flexibility of workshops, all the coaching at Freelance Feels is aimed at the self-employed and freelance, or anyone who is thinking of setting up on their own.
The coaching industry is growing rapidly, and many people offer coaching. So what sets me and Freelance Feels apart? First of all, I'm training with the renowned Ruth Kudzi Academy, an intense 6-month programme which is giving me strong foundations and direct experience of coaching, including pure coaching and DISC profiling.
Secondly, I'm an experienced journalist and freelancer, and brings all of my experience to my coaching. I've has been freelance since 2015, and also worked in different staff jobs where I regularly had contact with freelancers, as a Commissioning Editor. This gave me a unique perspective on self-employed life from both sides of the table or email. I truly know what it’s like to be professionally ghosted, to wonder if you should ditch the freelance life, but also how it feels to land the dream client or commission.
Being a freelancer isn’t easy, and I understand that from personal experience! I also know how coaching can help – it can bring clarity, help you make plans, and help you fall back in love with a business that might not be working for you right now.
If you’re confused about where your business is heading, want to set goals to build your audience or client base, or just need to sort out how you feel about being self-employed and find a way forward, I can help.
I'm a trained Tefl teacher (teaching English as a foreign language) and visiting lecturer at City University, London, on a short course on writing for business. So, I know what I'm doing when it comes to leading a group, too.
To get a feeling for my style, check out my Instagram Stories where I share my own thoughts and advice. Or you can book a discovery call with me (AKA a relaxed phone chat).