Become the happiest person you know so that you never ever let your dreams be silenced by the voice of fear again.
Make sure your incredible gifts and talents no longer go underused so you can bring your dreams to life once and for all.
Free yourself from the responsibilities imposed on you by others so that you can live the limitless life you dreamed of.
Join the 2% of the population who get out of their heads and start taking action to make their dreams come true.
I spent the first 23 years of my life blindly living someone else’s dream. Studying to get into the best universities, commuting hours to work, staying late at the office. I was making sure I kept my teachers, my mother, and my boss happy – everybody except one person – myself. And it turns out; I’m not the only one.
Over the next 2 decades of being among the top 2% of high achievers – olympians, business gurus, a-list celebrities, best-selling authors, corporate executives, and the like, I became a Paralympian and discovered something transformational in doing so.
And I began developing a system which really focused on three areas: changing how we think, feel and behave. And I’m going to give it to you, so you too can see a bright future that my clients have enjoyed for the best part of a decade now.
Recognising Emotional Footprint
Recognise the majority of your decision making is emotionally driven so that you become the happiest person you know rather than being held so that you become the happiest person you know rather than being held back by fear.
Reprogram the way you think so that you can break free of the limitations imposed by yourself and others.
Taking Progressive Action
Create your roadmap to success so that your steps move you towards your goals instead of away from them. Stand out for the right reasons so that you get the recognition you deserve for the achievements you have acquired.
“As a result of coaching sessions with Darren I took many actions and some of these have now become lifelong habits with a positive effect on my health and well-being.”
“Thanks to Darren, I have become much more focused on what I need to be doing and I have continued to proceed with my degree course which is a miracle in itself.”
Some of Our Latest Blog Posts
In this podcast hosted by Susan Heaton Wright, I speak about how a blind footballer masters the art of communicating the most information in the fewest words.
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In this podcast hosted by Lois Strachan, I speak about how I made it to a training camp in the Austrian Alps after missing a train and a plane.