“It’s time to turn the shit in your life into fertiliser.”

Hey, I’m Bronwyn Clee. If you’ve found yourself here, I would guess that you’re in a space in your life where you know that something needs to change.
You know that everything in your life has brought you to this moment where you have made a decision to change your life… but where the hell do you start?

You might be wondering why I would know what you might be thinking. That’s easy, it’s because I too have been in the exact space that you are right now. I got to a point in my life that I hit a wall. Not literally, but metaphorically speaking, my life screeched to a halt and I realised that if I wanted to live… and I mean really live, I had to make some serious changes.

In the words of Pooh, “what to do, what to do…” 

It’s a great question isn’t it? But it’s also a tricky question. You’ve made a decision, but now it’s time to work out the what, the how and with whom. Before you do anything, I want you to simply ponder a few questions:

Do you know what it is that you want to change?

What is it that you want to get out of life?

What pisses you off?

What floats your boat?

Here’s the good news

Somewhere deep down, you already know all these answers. The best news is that by you arriving here, you’ve already taken the first step and you’re on your way to making the changes you need…

Here’s what you’ve realised

Just ok is no longer ok.

Painting on a smile and pretending everything is great just isn’t cutting it anymore.

You’d rather poke pins in your eyes then do another talk-fest about what’s not working.

You’ve had enough of putting on a show.

And here’s where the shit gets real

You know that deep down when you take a moment to think about what you want out of life, you can feel your eyes glaze over and perhaps you feel lost and helpless. And you’re so over it!

Let’s face it. Life is not all about peace, love and mung beans. There’s so much more… Embracing the good, the bad and the ugly can actually be liberating!

It’s time to turn the shit into fertiliser

I like to think of what I do is helping people learn how to turn their shit into fertiliser! Sounds kinda gross, but you get the picture. Imagine turning all of the crappy stuff in your life into something you can learn and grow from?

I should now include my disclaimer that yes, I am indeed a weirdo (all the best ones are). I like to think of myself as a special kind of weirdo, and a good weirdo at that. I don’t beat around the bush. I like to call a spade a spade and a shovel a shovel. And while I love to enjoy my work, what I LOVE is seeing my clients create the changes they signed up for and more.

Look, you’ve finally mustered up the guts to face facts and look for help to get your shit together. So it’s important that we figure out if we’re the right fit and that means that perhaps it’s time to chat.

You’ve taken the first step, so just go for it and take a leap… click here and book a call with me. There are no strings, no commitment, and no, you won’t be talked into anything. It’s just a call so see where you’re at and to dig down into what you want in your life… scratch that. To discover what you really want AND what you really need.

ps. If you want to learn a little more about how I work with my clients, check out my areas of Professional or Personal Development. I’m also available for Speaking Events and create content specific workshops and presentations.

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