The more radically honest we are with ourselves, the easier it is to solve our toughest challenges. In order to do that we will need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, applying rebellious curiosity to why we do the things we do.
I invite you to get curious about why you do the things you do, does it still serve you, your family, your teams and communities?
What if we started with self by compassionately challenging our belief systems, identifying our blind spots and creatively evoking change......what could life look and feel like then?
“Yemi Penn is an unconventional mentor in the best way. Her generosity and clarity helped me shift years of hiding and not putting myself out there. With her on my side I felt like I could move mountains and I literally did. Yemi helped me bust through my own limitations and really genuinely back myself from a grounded honest place. Yemi is a refreshing mentor who brings her full self to every session. Her passion is infectious and her insight cuts through all uncertainty. If you get the chance to work with Yemi and are really ready to bust through your glass ceilings then go for it! ”
DR. ALFRED chidembo
“I can't say enough positive things about my experience working with Yemi. Before working with her, I doubted my capabilities and was completely intimidated by the thought of speaking in front of over 500 people. But Yemi challenged me to believe in what I thought was impossible. A few months later, I stepped onto the TEDx stage and delivered my first TEDx speech. Now I am coaching other speakers to the red dot. My confidence and skills have grown immensely, well beyond my expectations. I can't thank Yemi enough for helping me to drastically improve my speaking skills and for giving me the courage to pursue my dreams!"
“As someone who always tries to think about the big picture, I was struggling to see it. Yemi helped me see beyond the barriers and helped me question why I had barriers in the first place. I really appreciate the time and space she gave me which allowed me to go away and examine my situation deeper. Now I can see the bigger picture clearer!.”