Volvic 'Unstoppable' Campaign

Throughout last week, Alice spoke to the press about research commissioned by Volvic, which identified that we feel at our most confident at the age of 22. However by 25, this confidence has fallen dramatically, caused by a fear of failure and being weighed down by our adult responsibilities. We don't have time to follow our passions and we're too worried about what others think to break out of our comfort zones. We have to wait till we're 55 before we feel unstoppable again, mainly because at this age we finally no longer care what others think and we're more likely to throw ourselves in to new and exciting challenges.

Alice's involvement in Volvic's Unstoppable campaign saw her interviewed by nine national radio stations, including BBC Radio Lancashire. You can listen to this interview on iPlayer here (23 minutes in).

Alice's comments on Volvic's research findings were also published in CityAM and The Daily Express.

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I approached coaching with a fairly clear objective that I’d been contemplating for years. Thanks to Alice’s structured exercises, facilitative discussion and encouragement I’ve made the first tentative steps towards achieving this goal. However, I didn’t expect the bonus extras which I think may be unique to Alice’s coaching style, providing insights on what has blocked me in the past, the behaviours and attitudes that may have held me back, plus practical guidance for tackling these unhelpful traits in future, equipping me to be my own mini-life coach! I have already recommended Alice to several friends, and I look forward to working with her again.

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About Alice

Alice coaches those who want to change career but don’t know what they want to do instead. She offers Career Coaching designed to help graduates, early career-changers, and parents returning to work gain a clear vision of what career is right for them, and how to achieve it.