If you’re lost in your business or career, I can help you see where to go next.
My unique coaching system, “Fuel Safari”, helps executives, entrepreneurs and freelancers rediscover their passion and purpose. Fuel Safaris are available as either half-day walking workshops or lunch-break walk n’talks (take place in London).
You have become lost in your career and need helping navigating your ‘what next.’. Your business life has become stale and you’re looking for ideas and inspiration to up your game. Or you just need an outside perspective to help you transform your working life to something more meaningful, to ensure that your story and purpose are present.
Choose the solution right for you:
- Fuel Safari: for those needing help reframing their career or reinvigorating their work life. I’ll provide you with the insight and tools to help navigate towards your ‘what next?’ You’ll go away re-energised with your compass re-set. I’ll deliver your personal mind map that captures your story, your purpose, your needs and your strengths. Fuel Safaris are four hour sessions and cost £500 plus VAT (price includes initial phone call and follow-up mindmap).
- Lunch Break Walk n’Talks: this shorter session is designed to crack one big question in your career, business or work life. My Lunch Break Walk n’Talks are one hour sessions that currently cost just £100 plus VAT (the usual price is £200 plus VAT).
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"This walk n'talk has helped me step up. Whilst walking around the streets of Soho, where I started my career 20 years ago, I started to appreciate my achievements. You helped me join things up — to see where the shadows fall, and find courage to shine a light in there and decide to own it all, with confidence! That shift is immensely valuable. There’s a really reassuring-not-arrogant sense that you’ve been there, done that, not really shockable, and that I can say anything at all and you’ll be good with that. That is treasure.” Lizzie Everard
“Ian’s walk n’talk gave me a chain of ‘A-ha!’ moments as we paced the streets of Soho. The experience made me realise the importance of pausing for breath and of taking a step back to see things from a distance. I now have the start of a really strong framework that I can use to assess future decisions and am much clearer on how to position myself as a consultant.” James Greig
“I’m still on a high after yesterday’s session. It’s really fired me up on where I can take things next. The takeaways ranged from small actions right through to bigger over-arching mindsets I need to adopt going forward.” Andrew Areoff
“I am glad I decided to start the new year with a Fuel Safari. Ian was great to work with, and made it easy to talk by always asking the right question at the right time, keeping my focus on what I am passionate about and the opportunities out there. I have come away from this feeling excited about the year ahead.” Sarah Prietzsch
“Ian combines his unique creative perspective and storytelling genius to help you better see the ‘True You’. His Fuel Safaris are a perfect beacons for anyone seeking clearer direction on their personal journey.” Michael Starke
“The Fuel Safari was everything I hoped it would be, and many things I hadn’t even considered might be possible. Without a shadow of a doubt, that was down to Ian, his approach and his ability to pick out details others overlook. Going on a Fuel Safari opened my eyes to possibilities that I had previously overlooked, as well as plenty of ideas and paths that had been hidden in the undergrowth that is modern life. Ian helped to strip away the complexity of things to expose some incredibly interesting thoughts. Not only did it demonstrate how I’d got to where I am, but it shone a light on the right places to go next.” Simon White
“If you’re lost and have no idea where your career and life are going, and would like to discover your true purpose and what feeds your soul - a Fuel Safari is for you. Now I’ve been on a Fuel Safari with Ian, I much better understand who I am as a person, what’s driving me, and where I want to go next.” Alina Truhina