Sharon’s Business Experience
I’ve had a varied experience of industries ranging from banking to legal and medical, it took 3 kids and 15 years of volunteering for me to find coaching and then I realised that I have in fact, been coaching all my life. For the last 4 years I’ve dedicated my time to working with women in business, supporting their personal development and building their confidence to make bold and brave decisions in their businesses. I work both in my own coaching business and as an Inhouse Coach for the company I trained with. I have a gift of being able to see the real potential of my clients and I work with them until they can see it too.
What has been your most pivotal moment in business?
The day I created Bravetart, it became more than my business, it became my legacy, the difference I’m here to make.
If you could send a text to yourself the day you started out in business what would it say?
Have fun and trust yourself.
Who has been your biggest inspiration and why?
Kate Adie – I grew up watching her face real danger to tell an important story and help inform our decisions about the world we lived in. She epitomises everything a brave and bold woman looked and sounded like for me, I wanted to be just like Kate.
What book should all business owners read?
Dare to Lead, Brene Brown. This is a great place to start a journey of shifting a paradigm that is not working for women and men. It introduces a style of leadership that I believe will transform our world.
What is your favourite quote?
This too shall pass. This has been my mantra for as long as I can remember. It breeds resilience and also reminds me to celebrate my accomplishments.