"You’ve always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself."
Glinda (The Good Witch) - Wizard of Oz
MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN
Have you ever struggled to make changes in your life?
Have you ever known what you wanted to do, but found it hard to take action?
Well, you’re not alone. For many people, the difference between knowing and doing can be huge.
Big enough to stop your efforts to change in their tracks.
And that’s why we’re here – to help you make real and lasting change.
We work with you to close the gap between knowing and doing. To help you understand why you sometimes resist change and what to do about it. And to support you in improving your performance and achieving the results you’re looking for. (Or maybe the results you haven’t thought of yet.)
For you or for your organisation – self-leadership is the key to successful change.
And we’ll help you get there. Every step of the way.
Why work with us?
Hi, I’m Glin Bayley, Founder of Simply Glin.
I’m a Conscious Finance Officer (CFO) and my personal passion is for developing a “World Without Masks” which means us giving the unique gift of who we really are to ourselves, and to everyone we meet. This led to the development of the H.E.A.R.T. framework for Self-Leadership because until you better understand yourself and what you need to make change happen you are unlikely to be able to help others in your personal and professional lives achieve the same. I believe many of us spend our lives longing to be the best version of ourselves, but we don’t always know how to find the power to do that.
Want to know more about me? I write a weekly blog sharing my own life lessons and observations. I want to help you, by giving the best of me.
Nothing fancy, just real.
Still want to know more?
How do we work?
The H.E.A.R.T. framework is different because it applies both professionally and personally, it’s the foundation of everything we’ll do together.
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KNOWING YOURSELF IS THE BEGINNING OF ALL WISDOM
"The greatest challenge in life is discovering who you are, the second greatest challenge is being happy with what you find." - Unknown