VIKKI'S STORY

My lack of self-belief had been clouding my ability to recognise my talents (Genius) and own my successes at work and in my personal life. 

I realise now that people see a successful, strong and compassionate woman but all I could see was the girl who didn’t get School C maths! 

Thanks to GeniusYou I am addressing the reasons why I feel this way.  In fact just talking things over with Simone creates positive outcomes - changes are happening everywhere in my life.   

 

 
 
 

"I realise now that people see a successful, strong and compassionate woman but all I could see was the girl who didn’t get School C maths!"

 
 
 
BILL'S STORY

GeniusYou got me back on my feet

It made me realise I was living my life with everyone else at the focal point. It was never about me and because of this I was stopping short of what I was capable of doing and being.

GeniusYou opens you up to grow, to learn about your spirituality, fulfilment, self-worth.

GeniusYou is a process that creates self-awareness and provides tools to grow yourself.

Some people might turn around and say that Simone is not qualified, but she is, she is life-taught.

It is not an airy fairy thing

It is daily work. Self-awareness doesn’t mean you have to sit in a room full of incense with your legs crossed, you just have to learn away and then do the work.

For me GeniusYou was the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff, but it doesn’t have to be. This way of being needs to be a part of all our lives, if it was we wouldn’t have the need for a midlife crisis.

My scope has got wider

It was about peeling back the onion, finding gaps to improve. I’m back on track – but then it took me further, it was a realisation to discover that I was stopping short of what I was capable of doing.

What GeniusYou does, is create a lot of self-awareness and then supply the remedies.

 
 
 

"Self-awareness doesn’t mean you have to sit in a room full of incense with your legs crossed, you just have to learn a way and then do the work."

 
 
SADHANA'S STORY

What GeniusYou did for me

I was tackling things in an unstructured way and I needed a more structured way to make progress a bit faster – I felt GeniusYou could provide this.

I believe if you find that special thing inside yourself and stay true to this then there are a lot of opportunities that come your way. But to achieve this you have to take a leap of faith.

It did involve me being quite vulnerable and exposing a part of myself. You have to look deeply and it is easy to kid yourself and pretend things are not there.

I didn't have expectations?

There was no ultimate outcome except for greater self-development and awareness.

But having come through the process I can see my vulnerabilities and blind spot, I know what I need to do to build self-trust and worth. I know what I need to do for ongoing development, I am more aware of myself.

It empowered me, knowing all that stuff about myself, I guess the whole self-worth thing helped me to put myself into perspective.  I am smart, I am worthy, I can trust, I am incredibly capable. If I slip back, I know I have the knowledge to pull myself forward again. 

And my final word

I found the process really enjoyable. Every time you did something hard and got through, you learnt something amazing. It’s a journey of ups and downs, but even the downs are good.

On top of this, I had the best guide that I ever could. 

 

 
 
 

"Every time you did something hard and got through, you learnt something amazing. It’s a journey of ups and downs, but even the downs are good."

 
 
 
BERNADETTE'S STORY

GeniusYou has been a game changer for me.

I'm an empty nester with a career background in HR leadership, 30 years of marriage and a tonne of 'stuff' going on. I had a deep sense ennui, of needing to re-align and leap into the next stage of the adventure. What was missing was the spark, smarts and support to spring from. Simone and her wonderful GeniusYou programme is the gift that set me off!

Challenging and unwrapping all the messages and beliefs that have guided and underpinned my life experience to date and reforming my thinking to a place that has enlightened and allowed me to be the me that I always had an inkling that I could be.

I'm now self employed, master of my own future, self accepting and so much better at my relationships. GeniusYou is a springboard, not an outcome - there's so much more to experience and I am just so grateful to have had the opportunity to get the most out of this beautiful life.

 

"There's so much to experience and I am just so grateful to have had the opportunity to get the most of this beautiful life."

 
 

 
 
KATY'S STORY

How it started

Before I embarked on the wholly enlightening, sometimes scary (but always kind, guided and gentle) journey that is GeniusYou, I worked with Simone in a professional capacity and after that I couldn’t not do GeniusYou.

Simone isn’t afraid of getting right to the heart of things or tackling big things head on. She goes boldly and brightly and looks the thing (the brand, the identity, the person – whatever the ‘thing’ might be…) right in the eyes, with great love. And she does this in her own inimitable, vivacious and infectious way.

I had to be brave

When I decided to turn this level of scrutiny upon myself – little old me – I found the prospect scary and foreign.

It’s hard to even attempt to sum up my GeniusYou experience. For starters, it’s not something that can be ‘summed up’, more like something that’s only just getting started, a door that has slowly, with great work and practice, eased its way open.

I know myself better now

I like myself more. I want more for myself, and need less – if that even makes sense. I understand a lot more about what matters to me and how I matter to those around me.

I can make a difference, I’m true to my own genius. The possibilities are giddying. At times the process scared the shit out of me.

There are still places, things, I need to visit but haven’t yet mustered up the courage. That’s okay, though. The time for that will come because I have the framework now; I’ve seen – part of – the view on the other side of the door. And – with constant work – the time for the rest of it is ahead of me. And I can’t wait for all of it. 

 

 
 

"I like myself more. I want more for myself, and need less."

 
 
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