I help women in business create the life they’ve been dreaming of.

I will show you how to leverage the power of your unconscious mind & the entire Universe then marry it with everyday practical skills, so you can have more money, more time & more joy – with less effort!

I am a Speaker, Bestselling Author, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Timeline Practitioner, Infinite Possibilities Trainer and also a Finance Adviser and ex-Petroleum Engineer & Corporate Analyst. My journey has seen me go from broke, single mum to award winning business owner.

I developed The Effectology Method a program that provides women like you with a framework to leverage your unseen power while also giving you the tools, strategies and systems to overcome any limiting beliefs or resistance and confidently manage your newfound abundance wisely & with confidence.

I will show you how to create the life and business you always dreamed of.

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Okay, so you’re a SPENDER when it comes to Money Habit Archetypes, which means the money that flows… in all manages to flow out again! I know at the face of it, a lot of people think, “Well, that’s not really ideal,” but there are some positives to that. There are also some negatives. So we’re going to talk about all of that.

What’s stopping the money from flowing is never about money

If you’ve been frustrated that money just isn’t flowing to you and you’re trying to work out what the hell is going on, then this is something really important for you to get your head around.

And that is that the thing that’s stopping the money from flowing, is never about the money.

What is an upper limit in your business anyway?

If you’ve read Gay Hendricks’ book, The Big Leap, then you’d be familiar with the term “upper limit,” because he discusses it quite a bit in that book. It’s banded around a lot between women in business – particularly in the online entrepreneurial space.
You know, “Aw, I’ve hit an upper limit. Ugh, that’s my upper limit.”

So let’s talk about that.