coaching and business mentoring.

Coaching Entrepreneurs, Professionals and fellow therapists to get the best results and build rock-solid confidence:

Helping successful entrepreneurs & consultants in Folkestone and further afield eradicate impostor syndrome, constant doubt, perfectionism and procrastination. Setting you free to scale up & generate more income.  We can work together in person or via zoom depending on your needs.

"I absolutely love being mentored by Paul Wilson in Folkestone. When I saw too many busy months on the horizon, I contacted Paul. Met him last year in London where his presentation at a mastermind day touched me deeply. He gets people.

He gets me.

So, every week he helps me to rephrase my Woulda Coulda Shoulda and he helps me to relax.

When after another tossing and turning night I woke up thinking OMG Monday oh this oh that, I reset myself by a quick technique that Paul has taught me. And today ran smooth as a Saturday!

Muddled minds, contact Paul. You will not regret it!"

Sandra ten Hoope.

I'm a coach / mentor to successful people looking for that elusive missing link. The thing that gets you up in the morning and  looking forward to the day ahead.

Why coaching? After 25 years at the Channel Tunnel - mainly in Operations - I decided it was time to move on, do something different. It was the year of "New" for me. I expanded my comfort zone, had a fabulous time.

In preparation for my new venture, I spent much of 2018 training and learning new skills. One of the highlights was Logan Murray's Stand Up Comedy course, during which I performed two live stand up gigs. The “graduation” gig held at  The Water Rats, North London, where Oasis played their first concert in the capital.

I attended Tony Robbins’ “Unleash the Power Within” Weekend and walked on hot coals and studied and trained with numerous mentors and coaches. Tim Box, Jonathan Royle, Jonathan Chase, Richard Bandler, Scott Jansen, Robin Waite, Ali Campbell and more. I consider personal and professional development to be an ongoing process and I encourage my mentees to do the same.

During that time I  turned my lifelong interest in the mind and human behaviour into a  new career helping people remove unwanted mental baggage and to step out of their own way and find their "thing."

The comedy course was definitely the most fun, but I didn't do it because I had aspirations to become a comedian. I did it to expand my comfort zone, do something incredibly uncomfortable and learn a new skill.  I knew then that I'd have to walk in your shoes before I could help you to follow me.

I've  plenty of testimonials that showcase how much I've helped my clients. My favourite is probably the shortest and most direct.

From Nicky Botton:  “Basically, in short – you’re a fucking legend! xxx.”

Watching the changes in a person's outlook once they realise the baggage they've carried around for years has gone - for good - is amazing. The smile on my clients' faces when they realise this, is priceless.

Why coaching and not something else?


I have messed up so many times in my life, and caused numerous shit storms. I thought I'd never be able to do something that would help others avoid the same mistakes I made.

With the skills I've learned and the experience I accrued, I'm able to help, not the whole world, but a few people at a time. I love what I do and I get to meet and work with incredible people.

I get a buzz seeing the changes I help people achieve.

To me it's like having a superpower.

So without further ado, here's the moment where I stepped outside of my comfort zone at the comedy graduation gig.  Proof that I don't just talk the talk, I also walk the walk.  'Scuse my French, I picked it up at Eurotunnel Folkestone.

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