THE BODY - THE MIND - THE SPIRIT
Well-being is my everyday job, my timeless occupation
For the first 30 years, I was living unconsciously, experiencing life through a wounded-self and enduring subliminal pain due to past and social conditioning. Then, I decided to break this cycle and engaged in a committed relationship with someone ‘to love and complete me’. When this relationship ended five years later I was naturally forced to revisit “my story” and it was that time when the real transformation towards self-confidence started.
While approaching the fourth decade of my life and the self-confidence stage was adequately fulfilled, I experienced the first significant life-changing breakthrough in the physical, emotional, spiritual and mental dimension. These same steps were the first steps towards self-realization.
By then, I am intrinsically motivated to realize my full potential and to experience life according to my true values and strengths.
As a project manager, I understand the benefits of an efficient planning
Project management involves coaching in most of its course and it is a profession I enjoy experiencing for more than 15 years. Although most of my professional experience is in IT industry, it is more than a job for me; it is part of my essence. I have used my project management and coaching skills to achieve all my professional and personal goals which I treated with careful planning, diligence and devotion. Starting from the latest, some of these successfully delivered "personal projects" are:
Diploma in Personal Performance Coaching (The Coaching Academy - London – Nov, 2017 with distinction)
Certification in Personal Performance Coaching (The Coaching Academy - London - July, 2016)
Project Management Certifications (PMP/PRINCE2)
MSc in Information Systems and Project Management (City University - London – Oct, 2008 with distinction)
BSc in Computer Science (Athens University of Economics and Business – Oct, 1996)
As a project manager I understand the benefits of a good planning; how to set an effective goal, how to break it down into smaller pieces, to care for resources, to allow for time and cost and to deliver on schedule. Furthermore, it is about how to use the wisdom of re-planning when things go off track and allow for the necessary flexibility until the finish line. In this journey I have enjoyed learning the value of well-being as opposed to well-planning.