I remember reading this and suddenly everything making sense…
Your life is the sum of your habits.
Life is a rollercoaster and we are facing challenges daily, whether they are work pressures, financial, family, and despite organisations doing more and more to help people improve their well-being, employees are still stressed.
94% of them.
I’m on a mission to help organisations and their teams to make small habit changes that leads to happier, healthier and higher performing lives.
"Had the pleasure of interviewing Kat for our podcast, Creators Unlocked. Our 30-minute chat has literally changed the way I approach my daily life for the better. One of the biggest things I struggled with was being obsessed with my work and constantly glued to my phone. But thanks to Kat's advice, I've been able to increase my productivity and stay on task at work by simply 'giving my phone a home.' I've become a nicer person to be around in my personal life. I can't thank you enough, Kat. You're one of those rare and genuine people who truly makes a difference. What a great human being!
Kat's passion, energy and general positivity is infectious. We trialled The Morning Gamechanger company-wide and the experience for me personally was a positive one. By the end of our 30 days I felt generally happier and more productive going in to my work day. Thanks for your efforts Kat! I'm excited to see where your venture takes you. Keep in touch.
Engaging, dynamic and authentic. Kat ran a number of excellent sessions with staff at PGS to help them develop positive habits and 'power up' for the day. Kat was a joy to work with and her sessions have transferred into tangible outcomes.
We hired Kat for an event in London and it was so inspirational that we flew her over to Norway to hold the same course for our staff. We also set up digital sessions for our local offices in 7 other countries.
People were buzzing about the Morning Game Changer and what they were going to do as part of their 21 day challenge. I highly recommend this for anyone looking to make an investment in not just their staff but themselves too! Small changes lead to big changes. Happier people do better.