I live in London with my musician husband and 5 amazing kids (Four boys – 14, 13, 11 and 9 and one girl age 3). I grew up in a tiny rural community in Israel called a Kibbutz.
I followed my husband to London in November 2000 and I love it! I own an events company here since 2009 and had many triumphs as well as challenges. Following a crossroad in my career I hired a business coach and my life was transformed. I always wanted to inspire and empower other mums that they can be and do so much more than they think. I wanted to make a bigger impact and becoming a business coach was a natural transition. I have over 20 years experience in business and I love helping my clients find their voice online and put themselves out there in the virtual world and overcome any challenges they face. My clients get to learn from the mistakes I’ve made and get to where they want to be easier and faster.
What is your parenting Philosophy?
My philosophy is simple – I love my children and the rest falls into place. I am not a pushy kind of mum, if they don’t want to do any after school activities they don’t have to! On the other hand if there is something they are passionate about, I’ll do everything I can to make sure they develop that passion. I am laid back and love spending real down to earth time with them.
What is your meaning and purpose?
I have a real love of life and I believe in creating your destiny and making your own rules. I’d love to help as many people as possible to be free from the ‘should have’s’ and the ‘must have’s’ and follow their heart to create a big meaningful life. Life and success is a wonderful journey, one to enjoy.
Did you know this all along or was it something you figured out later in life?/How did you come to this?
I kind of knew this as a child but I had no idea how awesome this knowledge is. Having grown in a small place with sometimes small minded mentality I was made to think I am wrong. It wasn’t until recent years really that I figured I actually have something really meaningful to contribute to people’s lives.
Do you have a daily practice or special “me time” ritual?
I’m not really a routine kind of person so nothing is ‘daily’ for me. I love that moment when I come back home from dropping my daughter in nursery, all the boys are in school and the house is so quiet… I enjoy reading, yoga, meditating and a long hot bath with a magazine.