October 8, 2013 by alunparry
Be Coached By Me At No Cost
It can be about any issue at all that is getting in the way of your progress.
It might be something you are stuck on. It might be a dream you have. It might be some practical advice you need. It might be an issue around creativity. Or it might be something else entirely.
When It Starts
The coaching will start on Tuesday 15th October and will take place in Liverpool City Centre.
The dates of the 4 coaching sessions are 15th October, 22nd October, 29th October, and 5th November.
Appointment times are 9am, 10.15am, 11.30am, 1.45pm, and 3pm.
Each session will last one hour.
To register your interest, fill in the form below. I’m looking forward to hearing from you. (You can read about me below the form).
Here’s some stuff about me that you may find useful.
My career has been really varied and so I have an unusually wide range of experiences that I can bring when helping you find solutions.
I began my career as a trade union official, representing people in the public sector.
I have worked as a computer programmer developing some of the earliest web based applications, including software for large organisations like British Airways and the UK Government.
I was a University lecturer at the University of Liverpool, and my passion for education and personal growth has been with me throughout my career, lecturing at colleges throughout Merseyside.
I currently develop and deliver customised courses for organisations such as the School for Social Entrepreneurs and the South Sefton Development Trust, and I have delivered education for Liverpool Football Club and a range of private clients.
I am a songwriter, specialising in stories of social history, and I am a film maker specialising in the field of social documentary. One of the films I co directed was shown at Liverpool’s FACT cinema. I presented BBC Radio 4’s A Sense of Liverpool, and I have produced and presented two successful podcasts.
I run successful songwriting workshops and life story workshops.
I am an occasional actor and have performed at The Unity Theatre Liverpool.
I am a published writer. I have a children’s book being published next year.
I have a knack of bringing this creative flair, and the various creative disciplines and techniques, into my coaching. This creative approach opens up possibilities when people feel stuck.
I am an independent musician and have released four records, all to critical acclaim, and I manage my own music career. The fact that I have chosen to be outside the standard music industry means I have direct experience of releasing and developing a product, and I also have an “outsider” approach that means that I have used my creativity and sense of the possible to overcome issues such as lack of industry support and financial backing.
As a music promoter I have organised lots of events and concerts. At one point I was promoting 80 gigs a year within the city. As such, I have a good appreciation of social media such as Facebook and Twitter.
I am the founder and Life President of the non league football club AFC Liverpool, a social enterprise and fan owned football club. This received extensive national and international media coverage.
I have a great deal of media experience through my campaigning work, and my work as an independent musician and promoter.
I created and developed the Working Class Life & Music Festival into the biggest festival of its kind in the world.
I have spoken at various industry conferences about life as a freelancer and musician, including sharing panels with the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Billy Bragg, and The Farm’s Peter Hooton.
I mentor private clients on issues around business and personal development, and my mentoring clients include John Moores University and the School for Social Entrepreneurs.
I am a trainee psychotherapist.