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Flourish to happy

The reason for  “FreeYourFlourish” is to help you break free from the daily grind. Are you stuck in a rut just keeping up with the lifestyle you lead? Do you see others enjoying more prosperous and purposeful lives, and find yourself thinking, “Why can’t that be me?”. How can I leave “The Treadmill on Repeat” that has ruled many of my working years.  

You DO have the capability to live the life you want in fact, your only competition is… YOU. The key to more time and more money with financial and personal success requires a mindset reset to make your life more than just habit or routine. A reboot of your entire approach to life, could just deliver everything you deserve and need.

You are on a quest, that is why you have found yourself here. This is where you will find the support and techniques to help you navigate your way. So you can reach your destination with more time, money and freedom. You can break free from your routine and make the life you want, but first you have to do some work to identify the path you want to take. You will ask questions of yourself to make those choices you may have avoided until now, to light your way. Questions are good, they will help you diagnose, define, and develop your own stress-free money and life style. You will challenge and change your own mindset to restart your life’s journey full of purpose, understanding and direction. You will identify your perfect recipe of less and more and find your balance so you can live the life you want, not the one you feel compelled to live….!



The Success Path





Pamela Morrison
Author
Born in the city of London and from the age of 7 brought up and schooled in the middle of the countryside in Ireland. Pamela returned to London at 20 with £50 in her pocket in search of work as there was no work for a recently graduated female computer programmer with no experience during a recession in the late 80's.


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Pamela helped me uncover the woman behind the girl!

I still felt more comfortable being ‘seen and not heard’. Embarking on a new career at an Investment Bank in the City of London, a far cry from my country-roots in the south Wales Valleys, I struggled to believe in my worth enough to give it a voice and consequentially found myself in an unhappy situation. After spending so long complaining rather than doing anything about it, Pamela gave me the reality-check and tools needed to shape my life and circumstance into something much more satisfying. She helped me find (and fund) my true calling. I spoke up for that pay-rise, fought back on the bonus, stepped into and acknowledged just how much I was truly worth. I’ve continued to work with Pamela on all fronts of my life; seeing how much she has helped me appreciate and create over the last couple of years, I am filled with infinite optimism and soulful satisfaction when I consider what else she can help me achieve over the next few! Pam, thank you, from both myself and my savings account.

—Cerys 25, Wales

Pamela has propelled me to financial fitness…

My credit cards and spending are under control, I track my money and for the first time ever I am actually planning for my financial future. But what was more important than the money management skills I gained is how she retrained my psychology around money. I felt ashamed and anxious about my huge debt, and undeserving of having and enjoying money. However, through her non-judgemental, practical and fun approach, Pamela helped me let go of those long-held limiting beliefs about money (a lot of which I didn’t even know I had) and now, I am finally in control of my money—not the other way around. And it feels great!

—Tracey 44, London

Pamela has positively changed my relationship with money…

Her empathetic yet realistic approach is helping me spend and save smart for a bigger and more meaningful life. More importantly, her unquestioning belief in me helped build my confidence. I would have continued to procrastinate and make excuses if it wasn’t for her support. She mentored me and made me realize that although money matters, it is only a tool to help me achieve a better quality of life. I am incessantly thankful to her. 😉

—Susan 30, London
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