Barbara is a 30 year veteran of coaching, long before it became known as a profession!

Barbara currently lives in Montana with her husband and two teenage daughters. A lifelong traveler and adventurer, Barbara has thrived in a number of different arenas over the years. From beginning her working career as a nurse in a London teaching hospital, to cooking aboard luxury sailing yachts and completing 7 transatlantic crossings under sail, Barbara has coached those around her to become the best expression of their self in business and in life, increasing productivity and income.

The first person Barbara coached was 35 years ago in London. It was a crude form of coaching as the teenager asked questions of her piano teacher that led to the teacher moving back to her native Isle of Man (something she said she wanted, but just couldn’t see how to do it). This was her dream, not someone else’s and in fact many people could not understand the allure of such a remote location. In a letter received a couple of years later from the teacher, Barbara discovered that she had assisted this woman in finding peace and happiness as well as piano students (whom she had thought didn’t exist in that remote location) who thrived under her tuition.

There are many other stories of those who have discovered their true passion, created and expanded their business and enjoy more peace and happiness than they ever dreamed possible from working with Barbara.

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance, yet they seem to occur together in a meaningful manner. The concept of synchronicity was first described in this way by Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s.

Synchronicity does not question, or compete with, the important idea of causality. Instead it maintains that, just as events may be grouped by cause, they may also be grouped by meaning. A grouping of events by meaning may not have an explanation in terms of cause and effect.