After leaving the education sector after 27 years of teaching it's safe to say my self confidence in myself was at rock bottom.
Having the guts to start again was very daunting as I hadn't even written a CV or been to an interview for all of that time. Bev supported me through this with great advice not only personally pulling me through it but professionally also.
Coming second out of 200 applicants for a managers job knocked me even further and at this point I felt the lowest I had ever been. My mental health suffered immensely.
Bev again coached me through my thoughts and worries, helping me to see things differently and made me see that I maybe I could start my own business.
I did and just over a year later I have my own business creating bespoke working trainsets housed in vintage suitcases.
And what a journey I have been on, from appearing in magazines and being chosen by Theo Paphitis as one of how winners of his Sunday business awards. To now even becoming a finalist in the shed of the year competition.
Safe to say Bev has been there every step of the way. And I know I wouldn't be here without her support love and guidance.