Barbara is an award winning Life Coach, Mentor, Facilitator, Trainer, and sought after international Speaker.
Barbara was born in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). In the Federation days her parents moved to Nyasaland (now Malawi) where she grew up. She was educated in Malawi, South Africa, and the UK.
Coaching is a wonderful journey of self-discovery and achievement.
Changing her career several times allowed Barbara to spend her life in various parts of the world – Africa, UK, Europe, USA, and Canada – and as such has a strong knowledge of cultures and international business practices.
Mentoring is a wonderful journey of suggestion, guidance, self-discovery and achievement!
Barbara’s passion in life is to ensure that her clients, colleagues, family, and friends become the best they can in all aspects of their lives. She is an advocate of achieving in every arena of life.
Training is a wonderful journey of learning, through shared information, guidance, self-discovery and achievement!
In her writing, as well as working with clients; Barbara successfully combines her extensive background and experience with a keen insight into the demands of balancing the personal with the professional.
After many years of transition, Barbara now has the ultimate ‘virtual working life’. After moving to her dream destination (her little piece of Africa in Europe, the island of Madeira, Portugal); Barbara found herself on the move after her divorce to rural, central France; and is on the move to living in Scotland.
Stop Dreaming, Start Achieving.
Previously a columnist for Magna Intuitum (Cormack’s Capers), ICN, Insight, and Invenio. A columnist for Amarantine. Co-Author of Top Question (published in Portuguese), Breaking Free: Overcoming Self-Sabotage, Getting Well: Mind, Body and Spirit, Breaking the Barriers, The Young Professional Woman: How to Break Into the Business World & Succeed, Get Out of Your Own Way, and a number of others. Author of Getting the Most out of Life, Capturing Your Memories to Leave Your Legacy, Successful Research, The Writer’s Journal, The Co-Writer’s Journal, and a number of others.