But what are we doing right now, to be all of those things in life? What’s holding you back from being wholeheartedly you?
Confidence? Money? Time? Direction? Accountability? Courage? Trust? Support? Clarity on what you actually want?
Stepping into change and uncertainty is uncomfortable, it can make you feel vulnerable and exposed. I get it, I’ve walked in those shoes.
But, I also know the power of courageous action and that growth occurs in uncertainty.
Hi, I’m Penny.
A coach, keynote speaker, yogi, author and imperfect experimenter, on a mission to teach 10 million humans, just like you, to flourish by 2025.
After 20 years in corporate change management, I knew the life I was living was not in alignment with the things that truly mattered to me. My happiness had been side-lined by my busyness.
Yet change felt huge and overwhelming, so I made excuses to stay in the safety of the familiar.
Until one day I realised that by ignoring my unhappiness, I didn’t like who I’d become. So, I leaned into my fear of uncertainty and turned my whole life upside down in pursuit of happiness.
Within a seven-month period I left a 16-year career as an executive, relocated my family from Perth back to Melbourne, left an 18-year relationship and started my own purpose driven company.
Now I’m a published author of the book ‘Hacking Happiness’, TEDX speaker, passionate yoga teacher, faculty member at Singularity University and Psychology student.
I spend my days challenging busy professionals to look at the world through a different lens, helping them live in the present and flourish on their terms.
I call myself a budding scientist because my method leverages the best of positive psychology, with the science of adaptability and experimentation. To support you in defining and enabling flourishing on your terms.
It was from this life’s purpose that I developed the Intentional Adaptability Quotient® (IAQ). A world-first measurement tool, that decodes the skills to navigate and thrive in complex and uncertain change.
Want to find out how skilled you are at making intentional change in today’s ever-changing environment?