Jenny Butter trained to become a coach after seeing the amount of stress, disillusionment and dissatisfaction there was within her peers. Stress from work was being taken home and stress from home was being taken into work. As a result, work performance was suffering, and family relationships were breaking down. 

Jenny wanted to work with people to avert this by using coaching as a preventative and maximising tool. She gets a thrill out of seeing people have an ‘epiphany’ moment. 

“Get where you want to go. Become who you are meant to be. Until you know who you are, you will not know which way to go or which choices to make.   

At different stages during my previous career and motherhood; I found myself helping others to take stock of their life. Some people were struggling with a poor work-life balance. Others had it all on paper, yet did not feel happy. Many wanted a career change. A review of my skills and abilities revealed that working as a coach was a perfect fit for me. I get a thrill out of seeing people have an ‘epiphany’ moment."   

Jenny has a relaxed style with open communication, which enables people to feel at ease.  

"It’s very important, when choosing a coach, that you work with someone you feel happy with. Coaching is based on trust and honesty, if you are not happy with your coach, then you will not achieve what you want." 

Jenny Butter works with people of all ages and from all backgrounds – teens to retired - who are feeling stuck, stressed, need a better work-life balance, want to develop a healthier lifestyle, improve relationships or want to find a new job in which they are happier. 

Before becoming an accredited coach, Jenny worked as a BBC radio producer and reporter. Prior to that, she was a PR professional with the international aid and development agency, World Vision. She has lived in the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and New York, and currently lives in Small Dole.

Jenny has formed a partnership with the Leisure Centre to offer highly discounted sessions for people in BN5 to look at the whole of a person’s life for both mental and physical well-being.

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