I’m Suzy, editor of Psychologies and I am so happy to share this exciting news. We've launched a new online coaching club exclusive to our print subscribers, and we'd like to invite you to start enjoying the benefits - for free. So with your monthly subscription, not only do you get our fabulous magazine but a whole new level of support going forward; with live coaching videos from the top experts out there, practical downloadable coaching worksheets and access to the incredible Psychologies subscriber community. Not yet a subscriber - what are you waiting for. Click here for our fantastic subscription offers - just £2.10 per issue!
You may want to change your job, or you may want to re-invent yourself or perhaps you want to re-invent the way you’re living your life, or create a new business or BIG change in your life. One of our tag lines at Psychologies – is ‘your life, your way’. It’s about defining what success means to you on your own terms; living a life that makes you happy and makes you feel fulfilled. That's why we've created our new Life Leap coaching club exclusively for you, our subscribers. Each month you'll get access to a coaching programme which sits alongside the dossier in the magazine, to give you extra resources such as workbooks and coaching videos to help you make real change in your life. Interested? Click here to register now: it’s free for print subscribers.
Stop procrastinating, start taking action.
- Want to change your life but always procrastinate?
- Consistently set goals that you never reach?
- Indulge in negative habits – drinking too much wine, eating junk, never exercising?
- Always take on too much and never achieve what you want to achieve.
- Consistently break promises to yourself.
- Wake up every morning and think ‘there has to be another way’.
Do you want to:
- Set achievable goals and make them happen.
- Set yourself up to succeed versus fail.
- Build healthy habits that feed your energy.
- Live a life of inspiration versus desperation.
- Think differently, not just do something different.
- Be the creator of your life, not the victim of it.
Get the professional support you need – for free.
At Psychologies we believe with a little help, support and inspiration, it’s far easier to make those changes. In our new Life Leap coaching club, we have world-class experts who are going to be working with you over the next year – we’ve got everyone from Gabriel Bernstein, who Oprah calls a ‘new thought leader’ to Shaa Wasmund, MBE, best-selling author and award-winning entrepreneur coming to help and support us to move forward with inspirational live masterclasses. Plus each month you'll get a full coaching programme, with interactive workbooks, videos and live online coaching sessions, created by the top Barefoot coaches in the country, including Becca Forshaw, Louise Rodgers and Simon Hague.
Plus every month, there will be:
- Practical downloadable weekly workbooks and journaling prompts
- Weekly coaching videos
- Themed Podcasts
- Monthly live coaching sessions with top Barefoot coaches
- Plus an exclusive Facebook community forum where members can chat, interact and get support
To start getting coached today, simply register using your unique subscriber Customer ID here.
You are not alone.
And of course, I’ll be here – not only am I the editor of Psychologies, but I’ve also been a coach for the last 18 years so I’ll be coaching you every month and also inviting the top coaches in the country to come and coach you too – on navigating these life leaps. And, we’ll also have each other. We’re just starting to build our Life Leap Community – we’ve put the call out for ambassadors – who are already in the process of making their own life leaps and we’ve been inundated by brave women who are already making big changes, so we’ll be in great company.
Here's what Alison has to say:
Be brave, make the leap
At the heart of the Life Leap Club is courage. To make any changes in your life, you need to brave – but that can be incredibly scary. So it will be great to be able to lean on each other when the going gets tough and work together on our mindsets. Because as we know, sometimes change does not always feel positive - if you're made redundant, or your relationship breaks down, or we lose someone we love, it can feel awful. However, although we might not have the ability to change what’s happening out there, we do have the power to change the way we see it – or react to it – and that’s something we always have control over. So we will be working a lot on our mindset here, in order to make anything feel possible.
In the Life Leap Club we’ll be mostly encouraging each other to be brave, to be honest about what’s going on. It's is not about being mindlessly positive - it's about being real and being kind to yourself and each other as we take a really deep breath and begin our journey towards creating a life that we truly love. The best thing is it’s free as part of your subscription to Psychologies, so not only will you get our beautiful magazine but you also get free access to the exclusive coaching within the Life Leap Club.
This month, our coach of the month is Simon Hague. Simon is a trained and qualified Barefoot Coach providing coaching to his many clients and supervision to other coaches. He enables his clients to see through the complexities and conflicting needs of living in an increasingly chaotic world. This helps them to create a decluttered calmness and focus that takes them forward to their desired outcome. This month he coaches us in our new coaching programme 'GO SLOW: Simplify Your life.'
In this programme, we ask why does life feel so hard sometimes, and discover how to make it feel easier. Over the next four weeks you'll be taken on a journey using simple and practical tools to give your life a shake-up and find new easier, more streamlined ways to live your life. What if your life could be all about flow, ease and gently taking baby steps every day, which bring you joy?
In 2019 we are truly setting ourselves up for a brave, bold and brilliant year. Click here to register now as a founding member: it’s free.