Every now and then you discover a book that refreshes your soul.
This is one of them. -- Michael Bishop, Principal Consultant, Relate Human Services, Australia
Good Question! helps you answer, and guide others to answer, so
many of life's biggest questions. -- Amanda Wise, Life Coach, www.WiseLifeCoaching.com
In this book you are blessed to hear the wisdom of the 'virtual
tribe' that Judy has gathered and led. -- Richard Wilkins, International Bestselling Author and Inspirational Speaker
It is packed with good questions but more than that, much more
than that. Read on and be inspired. -- Joe McGrath, Management & Technical Skills Development Manager Toyota (UK) Ltd
a unique blend of inspiration, resources and tools for individuals
and business alike - just what I needed. -- Melanie Donnelly, Coach
When she landed at Dover off an ocean liner, Judy could still
hear the sounds of her Zulu Nanny singing. She was a Surrey grammar school
girl doing sciences, with a taste for drama fed by Christmas parties with
cockney music hall relatives.
She danced through student life in Brighton reading novels, dressing in
1940s frocks and learning from enlightened lecturers how to teach teenagers
She has taught English, literature, drama and more in prison, technical
college, Iran, Rudolf Steiner School and in the community to every age. She
has cooked French food in Paris, collected Balinese paintings, sat with
Buddhist teachers in Devon and Thailand, edited and written for magazines,
run workshops, acted, helped found a school in New Zealand, owned and run a
B&B and done up old houses. She's studied art therapy and anthroposophy,
and been on inspiring seminars with the best.
She enjoys many things and in a parallel universe she might be a basket
maker, an interior designer, an inventor, a spiritual friend of sorts, a
playwright or a director.
She has a B.Ed in English, psychology and education, and certificates in
Drama Therapy, NLP Practitioner level, Newcastle College Performance
Coaching and Fraser Clarke Business Coaching. She's an International Coach
Federation member and a Social Artist.
Judy believes we can `have it all' by finding balance, bringing our own
dreams into reality and giving to life.
People choose to work with Judy to achieve personal, career and business
goals and when they want their lives to matter. People she meets need to be
contributing and feel painful frustration until they are. Her vision is for
things to work out in the 21st century, and so her book is about evolving
communication. Life is changing and people need inspiration, and to
experience their lives as necessary parts of the big picture.
Judy loves interesting conversations and relates to the whole gamut of
relationships and group dynamics, so she works one to one and with groups,
inviting people to develop confidence and creativity, and finding questions
encouraging clarity, fresh thought and moving forward. People can allow
different aspects of themselves to blossom.
Her clients come from a wide personal and geographical background,
including business people, coaches, writers, and those using coachingand
facilitation skills; a diverse group sharing a common desire to make unique
contributions to life.