I am an intuitive heart-centred life coach, business mentor, writer and speaker helping working mums ditch the guilt and design the kickass lives they really want.
But wait, there's more
My name is Leanne, but I also go by Lee, Lenny and of course Mum.
My Netflix profile name is HRH but I will also answer to Empress or Your Majesty
(a family joke that I wish reflected the reverence, or lack thereof, that they show me).
I've always been a working mum. I've been an employee and business owner, plus the home chef, taxi driver, counsellor, nurse, the personal assistant, bedtime story-teller and homework checker.
I've juggled with the best of them - tight work deadlines and sick kids, school lunches and late meetings, parent-teacher interviews and profit and loss statements.
Perfectionist? People Pleaser?
Cant' say NO?
Imposter syndrome running the show?
A lack of boundaries getting in the way?
Feeling like your not enough? At work. With your kids.
Is mum guilt ruling your life?
Believe me, you are not alone!
Change can be daunting. I get it. You're used to doing it all, and you like being in control.
Who doesn't? I can be a bit of a control freak myself - my husband can't even make me toast because he'll never get the butter and vegemite ratio just the way I like it.
That's where I come in. I am an expert change maker, having learned a LOT during
my 20 plus years as a working mum. Did I get it right all the time? Sh#t no.
Did I learn a lot along the way that I can pass onto you. Absolutely!
As your coach, here's who I am for you.
A deeply compassionate listener.
The kickass head of your cheerleading squad.
Someone to hold your hand while you take that brave leap into the unknown.
Or a gentle shove when doubt creeps in.
The voice of reason, when your own voice is too shaky to be of any use.
A safe space as you explore new ways of being, in your work and family life.
Someone to help you build a toolkit of valuable resources to support your growth.
And most importantly someone to remind you of the unique, incredible woman you are.
You may have lost sight of her for a while, but she's in there, hidden beneath
a pile of dirty dishes and laundry, busting to get out.
It would be a privilege for me to help you find her again.