the kick, push.

An intensive session of strategy to get you on the right track.


We will unpick how you can create confident and engaging marketing, and get clarity on how to reach your marketing goals.

You will leave the session with a short-term kickstart strategy tailored to your life, the perfect way to get moving towards those goals.

This is for you if you want to:​​

  • Banish those feelings of confusion and overwhelm

  • Take those first steps to create a sustainable marketing routine that really feels like you

  • Grab the attention of people who will buy from you

  • Get noticed by potential mentors or employers you want to work with

  • Have confidence in what you are putting out in the world

Let today be the day you kickstart marketing that works for you.

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the change maker.

It takes an average of 66 days to form or break a habit. And having someone to keep you accountable is proven to boost your performance and stay on track.

For these reasons, if you are looking to make:

  • serious change

  • sustainable change

  • and noticeable change

...the best option is to work for a longer period alongside someone to help you through the process.

 And that is why I created the change-maker package!

The change-maker package is a 3-month revolution, where we take out the haphazard guesswork, and build from the bottom up. We are DONE with throwing yarn at the wall and hoping it sticks.

We will tackle all aspects of your marketing experience, from your goals and target audience, to branding and consistency.

This package is about making serious change, while ensuring your sanity stays intact. Wellbeing and creating a sustainable strategy is our priority here.

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the higher gear.

If you feel like you need an extra pair of hands to get things moving and have a to-do list as long as your arm, you don't have to do it alone.

I work with small businesses on a 3-month rolling basis for up to 5 hours a week, to make the load feel a little lighter. 

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