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From Chile to Scotland and The birth of S.O.U.L.

Life isn’t a walk in the park, but it doesn’t have to feel like an endless uphill climb either!

Trust me, I’ve journeyed through life’s highest peaks and deepest valleys. Despite facing countless hurdles and moments of overwhelming stress (and believe me, there were plenty), I’ve developed a unique approach to life that has revolutionized how I manage my time and conquer my goals.

Now, I could rattle off a laundry list of my credentials and accolades, but that’s not what defines me. I’m just an ordinary person who’s been through the trenches and learned a thing or two about effective time management and overcoming obstacles.

How did I get here, you ask? Well, it all traces back to my childhood. Picture this: a young me, around 8 years old, lounging in the warm embrace of laziness. Yes, you heard that right!—lazy. My top priorities were catching some Z’s (my beauty sleep was top of my priorities), playing sports, and having a good time. But in the relentless educational system of Chile, duty and education came first. So, I devised a strategy to blitz through my homework in record time (to avoid redoing it) and carve out more moments for fun with friends. And you know what? It worked like a charm, carrying me through my university years and into a demanding job at Codelco, the world’s second-largest copper producer.

Fast forward to the present, and picture this: I’ve traded the toasty heat of Santiago de Chile for the unpredictable climes of Edinburgh, Scotland. One moment it’s sunny, the next, it’s pouring rain—talk about a weather rollercoaster! But despite the weather whiplash, I wouldn’t trade this adventure for anything in the world.

Becoming a successful professional and entrepreneur in a foreign land, all while managing a household and caring for three boys—especially one with complex needs and another with ASD — has been a Herculean feat. And now, add battling breast cancer into the mix, alongside the devastating loss of my youngest son in 2023. This was amidst the backdrop of undergoing six major surgeries spanning from January 2022 to December 2023

I understand the delicate balancing act of juggling family responsibilities and business endeavours, of staying professional while not losing sight of the joy in life. Through years of trial and error, I’ve fine-tuned my skills in setting smarter goals, prioritizing tasks, and making the most of my time and resources—not just for myself but for my clients too.

Drawing from my own experiences and those of my clients, I’ve crafted The S.O.U.L. System—a four-step blueprint for simplifying lifeorganizing tasksunderstanding habits, and maximizing time and resources. By trimming away the excess and tailoring a system that fits like a glove, anyone can streamline their workload, boost efficiency, and strike a better balance between work and life.

My passion and commitment to helping others reach their full potential is unwavering. By sharing my tried-and-true methods, I’ve empowered countless individuals and organizations to take charge of their lives and find fulfilment in every aspect.

As a speaker and coach, I’m here to ignite that spark of resilience and determination within others, to show them that no obstacle is insurmountable. My journey, marked by setbacks and triumphs alike, serves as a beacon of hope for those navigating their own challenges.

I’m on a mission to change lives, one soul at a time, by guiding them back to their true purpose and helping them live lives filled with lovejoy, and fulfilment. I firmly believe that with the right mindsetstrategies, and support, anyone can achieve their dreams and leave a lasting impact on the world. If I can do it, so can you. And together, we’ll navigate the path to your own S.O.U.L. with unwavering determination and unwavering support.

“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”

Marilyn Monroe

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“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”

Marilyn Monroe