Intelligent, insightful and funny!
I’ve been turning the dry world of self-development on its head with a down-to-earth and uniquely funny style for twenty years. I show people how to step into their personal power, without it being cringe making or feeling like an egotist. You need your own power. With out it, you can’t empower anyone else or make any significant change in the world or even in your own life. I teach how to find your purpose and communicate it. I show you how to trust yourself and your intuition. I do this by blending psychology and breakthrough science, not only in one-to-one sessions, but also in my teaching and speaking.
I couldn’t teach this if I hadn’t lived it! I was a shy unconfident kid. In my twenties I had seriously low self-esteem, I got involved with drugs addicts and when down some seriously dangerous roads. A career in theatre taught me how to fake my way through. I read every self-help book I could get my hands on until I wrote many of my own.
I changed my mind set and my life and then turned to the media to help other people change theirs. Being in the public eye is no place for the faint hearted. So I found my power to shine.
I’m the author of five published books including ‘You Do Know – learning to act on intuition instantly’ published by Hay House, which pioneers some revolutionary ideas on the brain in the gut and the brain in the heart. I blogged for Huffington Post and Psychologies magazine.
More about my books HERE
I’m a regular media pundit on the subject of personal development and growth. I'm a past presenter on LBC radio and currently freelance for BBC Radio Bristol and Somerset. I have also been a reporter for the BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine show.
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I had my own TV show on the Made Television network, called ‘Anything goes with Becky Walsh’, which was a late night call-in show. I started with a shorter show on the channel called 'Becky's life hacks'.
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I’ve appeared at the world-renowned seminar ‘I Can Do It’ and I have addressed audiences in Hong Kong, Chile, Pakistan, Australia and America.
I’m on the senior speaker panel for TEDx Bristol and I’m a script editor and speaker coach as well as going back to my theatre job and calling all the technical elements of the show.
I have lived in Australia, Hong Kong, America and at sea. Now, my home is in the UK.
I started my career as a West End stage manager and lighting tech. Drawn to theatre because I wanted to create the feeling that an audience has, when they have seen a production and feel changed by it. A shift of perspective has taken place, or even just some thigh-slapping entertainment! This pull led me to the world of self-development. I love transformation – my own, and inspiring others.
I have a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. I’ve trained in psychology and psycho-synthesis. I’m a qualified life coach and have expanded the learning into a unique way of working. It’s unique because you are!
A life of education
I am what’s known as a multipotentialite. A multipotentialite is a person who has many different interests and creative pursuits in life. Multipotentialites have no “one true calling” the way specialists do. They often have quite a bit of specialism is many areas. A person once said to me ‘you have completed someone else ‘life work’ about eight times’.
I flicked my hair laughed and nodded, knowing that if I could stick to one thing, I’d likely make more of a finical success!
However, when it comes to clients, it’s the only thing I can’t give up. And having had such a varied life, living in different countries, my obsession with learning, having my own business in personal development, working in performance, journalistic media and public sector communications, I’m more likely to be able to give solid advice to clients.
This website, I built it. Everything you need to know how to do to run a successful personal development business, I do myself.
This means I save YOU so much time. Not only do we have the power of connection, but it means we can pull problems apart and put them back together again without having a screw loose (or one leftover).