We feel it imporantant that you are supported in all areas and not just CPD. It is important to consider other aspects of your life that may need further development which in turn can improve your wellbeing and thus your coaching.

We have split some of the key areas that are often neglected and provided further support and ideas for each. They are Mental health & wellbeing, Nutrition, Physical health & Fitness and Mentoring.



Have you ever thought about finding a mentor but unsure how it will truly help you?  If you’ve ever heard a top leader or entrepreneur speak about their path to success, more often than not, they have a great mentor to thank.  At some point, even the greatest of leaders, needed help, support, resources or guidance from someone. A mentor will support you, provide feedback, advice, and help you define and reach your goals. It can be a key relationship in your life and one that has the potential to impact your choices and career significantly.

Mentoring is a great way to learn, grow and develop as a coach. It is about bringing people together to learn, share, grow, develop and ultimately perform more effectively.

Mentoring partnerships can be structured and formally established or they can develop organically through meeting a like minded person and can remain informal. The difference however, min what makes mentoring different from having a coffee with a coaching colleague is the concept of purpose.

Having a mentor will support you in identifying your ongoing training needs, create personal development plans and provide overall structure to you as a coach in building confidence and being able to confide in someone when faced with a coaching challenge.

Need a mentor? Coming soon!


Mental Health & Well being

Our mental health affects how we think, feel, and act. It helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. When we feel mentally fit and balanced, we’re more resilient and better equipped to cope with life's difficulties and bounce back from difficult events which improves our overall well-being. We can work more productively, be more present with friends, family and peers as well as enjoy our free time.

Whilst many of us may understand why our mental wellbeing is an integral part to a healthy lifestyle it’s not always easy to recognise the signs of when we may be struggling and need to take a step back or need support.

Asking for help may not be as easy as it sounds however, would you think twice if you needed support physically?!

Some websites here may be able to give you further advice, information and guidance on where to get the support you need.


Physical Health & Fitness

Being physically healthy and fit allows you to get the most out of your daily activities without undue fatigue or physical stress.

Coaching undoubtedly is a lot more active than man other jobs and careers out there however, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you are doing enough to impact positively on your health. Regular exercise has proven benefits to your physical health which will positively impact on regular day to day life. Getting older is inevitable but maintaining good level of physical fitness will reduce the impact that age has on our bodies! How? 

Regular exercise does not mean having to run, join a gym or jump around your living room doing 100 burpees! Doing something you find enjoyable is crucial to it becoming part or your routine. It doesn’t need to be anything onerous and may not be the recommended 20-30 minutes a day however, something is better than nothing and if you only have time for 10 minutes each day then make those 10 minutes really count!

Perhaps it’s a brisk walk with your morning coffee and a podcast; maybe it’s a 15minutes body weight circuit; whatever it is use it as your time to focus on you and improving your fitness. 

It's never too late to start exercising: Strength training helps with bone density, which decreases as you get older, so it’s really important for reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Strength trraining doesn have to be lifting heavy weights but it can be a good option if you're not confident going for a run or doing cardio. Resistance bands and body weight activities are a great starting point.

“I really want to exercise, but I don’t know where to start” Try this

Coach to 5K - Try this

Something a little calmer? Try some pilates here 



An important aspect to our health and wellbeing is out nutrition. This can quite often be an overlooked part to our health especially when we’re busy and on the move where grabbing something quick and easy is the go-to!

Like being physically fit, eating a balanced and nutritious diet has many benefits to us both mentally and physically. Having more energy, being more alert, bouncing back from illness quicker as well as the obvious health benefits are all positive outcomes of eating well.

Making healthier choices especially when short on time, planning your meals and snacks including when shopping, drinking at least 2 litres of water a day are all easy wins!

Eating a balanced and nutritious diet doesn’t have to be difficult or an laborious task and nor does it mean cutting out all the fun ‘treats! but moderation is the key. 

Daily diet habits for good health and more