Life Coach Liverpool
A Life Coach can make the difference between a fulfilled and outstanding life, that you cant even see you have, or a mediocre life. You don’t actually realise it but everything you actually need, you already have, there is nothing to learn. Many clients come to coaching with goals or thinking they need a,b or c to be happy, when actually happiness only exists right here right now in this moment. If you’re ready to step up and want someone to stand by your side while you step into your greatness then maybe we could work together.
Whether you are new to coaching, or have been through many different types of personal development, there is always room to grow. What is it that could be better in your life today?
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Business Coach Liverpool
A Business Coach can help you take your business from concept or idea right through to financial fulfilment. I have worked with many entrepreneurs getting clear on their why, seeing greatness as the motivation to succeed in what they are trying to do, rather than just chasing money. It really is possible to be propelled towards your goals, rather than dragged kicking and screaming, life is about enjoyment and business is a concept, part of life, may as well make it a happy place to be? I find that people who are happy in their work, get further, succeed more, and feel fulfilled in what they are doing, have a happier life.
Whether you are starting a new business, progressing your career or a seasoned entrepreneur wanting to make a million pound decision, lets have a conversation and see how we could work together.
Executive Coach Liverpool
An Executive Coach can help you grow your leadership skills, to step up within your team and really make a difference to the working environment. Usually c-suite executives carry a lot of pressure – and that can be easily eliminated, imaging performing better and not having pressure and still being rewarded well, many people who are over achievers have a lot of success without fulfilment, family life falls aside and before you know it years have gone by, you have the money but kids are crying for you to come home. There are definitely ways we can work together in order to change things quite simply and give you a better experience of life.
Whether you are wanting to step up to a new leadership position, or get more satisfaction out of your current roll, it would be great to hear from you to see how we can make that happen.
Facts about Liverpool
- Area Code – 0151
- Latitude / Longitude – 53.40 / -2.97
- Population – 440,000
Information about Liverpool
Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough located within the county of Merseyside. It is situated in the North West of England and has an estimated population of 478,500 as of 2015.
Within the Liverpool/Birkenhead settlement, Liverpool is the largest. The settlement as a whole has an estimated population of 2.24 million as of 2011.
Liverpool natives are known as Liverpudlians, or more commonly amongst the locals – Scousers (a reference to Scouse stew). Scouse can also be used to describe the Liverpool accent and dialect.
Liverpool City Council are the city’s local authority and is the largest in the city region combined authority.
Throughout history, Liverpool has lay within the hundred of West Derby, which sits firmly in the South West of Lancashire, neighbouring places such as Warrington, Ormskirk and St Helens.
While Liverpool used to a borough from 1207 and 1879, it became a city in 1880 and eventually gained independence from Lancashire in 1889.
Around this time saw the formation of the city’s two biggest football clubs – Liverpool FC and Everton FC. These global clubs are known for their rich histories and their matches against each other, which are known as the Merseyside derby.
Geographically, Liverpool is located on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary and throughout history, its proficiency as a global port has allowed the city to grow and expand.
The port and docks of Liverpool have seen an evolution over the years and has played a crucial part in shaping the city we see today.
It was responsible for the trade of cotton, coal and slaves. The latter of which has contributed to the city’s diverse population – having the oldest Black African community in the country along with Europe’s largest Chinese community. It is also home to a large percentage of Irish and Welsh inhabitants.
Liverpool is also home to many world-famous sites, events and movements. As per the city’s rich port heritage, it is home to the Cunard and White Star Line. It was also home to the RMS Titanic’s registry, RMS Lusitania, Olympic and Queen Mary. The registry office for the Titanic is now a hotel, dedicated to the memory of the ship.
A global event that Liverpool is home to is the Grand National. It is held annually and attracts thousands of visitors over the weekend, along with millions of television viewers from all across the globe.
Potentially Liverpool’s most famous export is its influence on the music industry, being Called ‘World Capital City of Pop’ by the Guinness World Records. This can be attributed to the Merseybeat era of the city, but more importantly – the Beatles. Millions of tourists every year can be traced back to The Beatles who have tours, hotels, shops and bars named after them throughout the city.
In 2004, Liverpool was awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO, in part due to the maritime area of the city, which sports the Pier Head, Albert Dock, Liverpool Museum, Tate modern and a whole host of restaurants and attractions.
Shortly after, in 2007, it celebrated its 800th birthday. Along with Norweigen city, Stavanger, it was awarded the European Capital of Culture, which boosted the city’s economy and allowed it to become the tourist destination that it is today. This is where the majority of the city’s economy comes from.
Areas in and around Liverpool
- Pier Head
- Albert Dock
- Mossley Hill
- West Derby