I work as a Business & Life Coach since 2006.
My work and life experience for being a coach was mainly influenced by being a director and assistant director for theatre, cinema, and television in Greek and international productions.
Then for more than ten years I owned an enterprise trading biological food and cosmetics, gaining invaluable experience in leading and managing a company and being the head of numerous employees.
From as long as I remember I was a good listener. My friends trusted me sharing with me their problems or plans because I did not bring my ego or my ideology in front; I was simply listening without judging if what they said was right or wrong.
In 2003 I discovered the SEDONA Method, which helped me see life from another point of view. Simply by letting go of unpleasant or unwanted feelings I learned how to be calm even under difficult conditions. The biggest gain I had was that I found out about the spiritual (not religious) side of life. This was the main reason to decide to work as Life Coach.
In Sedona, Arizona, a place full of remarkable uplifting energy that I thought could exist only in Hollywood studios, I felt the meaning of "leaving my ego in the customs office" and be free to experience what exists.
Sensitivity is something I discovered while studying to be a coach. A lady from Chicago talked to me about Highly Sensitive People and the difference they can make in the world. My first impression of how some authors and coaches are dealing with sensitivity was to show them how to survive in an aggressive world as a sensitive. But for me being sensitive is much more: Sensitives have a gift and this gift has to be enjoyed and shared.
While I help my clients grow, I grow myself every day unfolding what I had hidden in the past to feel safe. I discover that even if this part may not look like a shining advertisement to the outer world, it is mine and it is real.