Are you a mum on a mission?

Mums are amazing and we salute you ladies! The Bird Table for Mums exists to help Mothers take control of their lives and make clear decisions about what will work for them. Whatever stage of motherhood you’re at, our coaching sessions will help you to think better!

The Bird Table for Mums will help you raise your performance and develop your business faster and more effectively by working with you in the real world, balancing family and business. It will help you develop your confidence, clear your head and work out which route is best for you now. Smash down any barriers and get going!

Whether it’s a one-to-one coaching session or a group workshop, this will help you organise your thinking, without judgment or criticism. It’s a chance to look to the future and make a clear plan that works for you.

 

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  • "Aly has a completely calm yet courageous way of challenging. Her integrity and challenge is the key to why I keep going back."
  • "I didn't know what to do, was trapped going around in circles. Aly identified from one meeting what it is that is important to me and the gap that was causing me to feel unsatisfied."
  • "Aly helped me realise what part I played in the dynamics in my team. I thought my team was behaving badly, but I came to understand the part I played in the whole game. I could take control of my own actions and recover my courage."
  • "I was in a more positive place as I found away to define what I want and how to get there."
  • "Hand on heart, I can say that I have changed my life since that first meeting. Would I have done it without help? Maybe, but I know that it would have taken me much longer, wasting time looking in the wrong directions or for alternatives that wouldn't have been sufficient in the long term."