“Follow your passion”
I grew up in beautiful Poland. In my teens, I travelled around Europe multiple times, worked in various countries, doing super exciting things with many unforgettable experiences. Through these travels, I met the most inspiring people, seen incredible places this is when my education with the subconscious mind began.
Shortly after, I moved to Austria to study International Business at Vienna University. When I arrived I could not speak German, I did not have any finances to cover university fees, and I had no place to stay apart from two weeks with my auntie.
At that point, everything was exciting, new, but hard too, because of the amount of work I had to do. Slowly but surely I found a better job, gained official work permission and graduated with a Bachelor and Master degrees in Business. I started but never finished a Psychology degree, because as a student ‘’work commitments’’ were my top priority. I always had multiple jobs: waitress, babysitter, secretary, finance advisor, marketing assistant, and it was always far from ideal, but good enough to keep me going. These various jobs helped me to shape my character, discipline and set my priorities straight.
Just before graduation, I moved to London, where I gained my first significant financial position. I quickly learnt the English culture, and a few years later in 2015, I graduated as a Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA).
I am accredited Transformational Coach, Business Coach, Rapid Transformational Therapist® trained with the legend Marissa Peer (Nr: 395114) and Licensed Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming® trained with the legend Richard Bandler (Nr: 209078).
I am grateful that I had the opportunity to change my lifestyle into a more flexible, balanced and fulfilling way of living. I currently live in Kent (UK) with my long-term partner Paul, who is the best thing that ever happened to me.
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