True belonging starts

at home - with you.

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I believe that...

  • belonging to yourself isn't just desirable, it's essential; it isn't just an act of rebellion, it's an act of revolution!

  • all human beings have the desire and the ability, in fact the imperative, to belong to themselves.

  • belonging to yourself is an act of revolution that will bring about a wider belonging in our work and our communities that we have all yet to feel.

  • every one of us has a universal responsibility to grow into the very best version of 100% of ourselves, with all the “difficult” or “contentious” bits that come with that.

  • belonging to yourself is: building a safe and secure home within yourself where, before you look to belong to any group, place or situation, you first belong to yourself.


I believe that effective and inspiring leadership comes from a place of Knowing Yourself, Caring for Yourself, Taking Responsibility for Yourself and Being Yourself;
The Four Pillars of
Belonging to Yourself.

Hi I'm Pippa (that’s me up there ↑), and as a Personal Leadership Coach for Extraordinary Humans, I work with the Four Pillars of Belonging to Yourself to support my clients to Live, Love & Lead, their way. You can find our more about how I work with clients here.



Find out your
Core Personal Values

Understanding Yourself is one of the Four Pillars of Belonging to Yourself. When we live, love and work in a way that honours our values, we feel safe and fulfilled.

Do you know your Core Personal Values? Are you living, loving and leading by them? Find out more about my FREE three-week values programme.



Pick Your Path


True belonging is the spiritual practice of believing in and belonging to yourself so deeply that you can share your most authentic self with the world and find sacredness in both being a part of something and standing alone in the wilderness. True belonging doesn’t require you to change who you are; it requires you to be who you are.


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What they said


I’ve had a long-standing habit of being ‘too nice’ and putting up with other people’s bad behaviour. I needed to get to know myself, to figure out what would set my world on fire! I used to go through life trying not to be noticed…now I love myself enough to embrace who I really am and I have no fear about showing my true self. I used to want everyone to like me, as an introvert giving so much of myself away, leaving me feeling depleted. Now I give myself the time and care to regain my energies for life’s challenges.
— Joanna.A – coaching client
My no’s are defined by my values and what I believe in. This is my compass. If the decisions I have do not conform within my value system, it’s a no. I don’t make excuses. I have set my boundaries and it’s not for me to comply. It’s for the others who want to be within my framework. Like you said, I might not be for everyone, yet I might be for someone and that’s what I’ve learned from you.
— Deb.B – Coaching Client