Find yourself. Create balance. Live on purpose.
Hi, I’m Kate Snowise and I’m a kickass Life & Executive Coach. I help people get the good stuff out of both their lives and their work. Specifically I assist those who want more out of life to get clear on what they want and who they are, so that they can create an aligned, balanced and authentic life that feels downright amazing. I specialize in personal discovery, career and well-being coaching. All sessions are via Skype or phone so location is no obstacle.
I founded Thrive.How because I believe we should all have the opportunity to live fully; to be deep-down in our soul happy. Sadly, most people don’t know this type of bona fide happiness. I’m on a mission to change that.
We should all feel like our lives are ours to be created, and that we are in the driving seat heading in the direction we want to go in. We deserve to be happy, and that isn’t unrealistic because we actually create our own happiness, it’s just that most of us don’t know how.
You can expect more than surviving and life being good enough. Life can be a wonderful adventure tailor made for you. If you were looking for a sign that there could possibly be more to life, you just found it.
Here are 4 questions you can ask yourself to help tap into the things that bring you alive and make you feel warm in your heart. These are the things you love to do.
Some days being human can feel tough. Along with being blessed with the ability to feel positive emotions and experience true joy, we also all have moments when we feel less than perky. No one is exempt from feeling a little flat sometimes.
We all have a desire to be happy. It is a part of the human condition to seek joy and good feelings. Yet many of us unintentionally undermine our happiness every day. Being a Life and Executive Coach, I see common patterns in people’s daily behavior …
Our lives are busy these days. Having multiple and often competing priorities appears to be a part of modern life. So how can we combat the associated stress? With a damn good plan…
I’m a self-help junkie. I have been for as long as I can remember. When I was a teenager my mum was super supportive of my wee addiction and I can remember her letting me browse the self-help aisle at the bookshop and graciously purchasing…
I’ll admit it. I used to be a notorious people-pleaser. I hate conflict, and if you’d asked an old version of me what would make me happy, I guarantee I would have said “if everyone else is happy.”