Liz Gilmour of the eponymous Liz Gilmour Coaching works with lawyers and other professionals to get crystal clear on their greater purpose and direction, so that they create extraordinary success, happiness and fulfilment in their work and lives. If you are curious to experience how coaching could accelerate your business success, Liz is offering free one hour sessions to PBN members in July and August, subject to availability. Contact Liz on firstname.lastname@example.org but first, read on and get to know her a little better:
What three words would your best friend use to describe you?
Supportive, Compassionate, Energetic
What’s on your iPod/playing in your car these days?
Who’s your favourite James Bond actor?
Your house is on fire, what one item do you save?
My mountain bike
Last meal on earth?
My husband’s version of Jamie Oliver’s Fish Pie
Dream dinner party guests?
Marianne Williamson (spiritual teacher) Neale Donald Walsh (spiritual teacher) and Tracey Moseley (female mountain-biking legend)
First thing you’d do if you won £1 million?
Spend a year skiing and mountain biking in the best places in the world
Quiet night in or big night out?
Big night out
City break or weekend in the country?
Early bird or night owl?
Save it or spend it?
Couch potato or fitness fanatic?
Home or abroad?
Early or late?
Cats or dogs?
Long sunny childhood summers spent in on the islands and in the forests of the Swedish archipelago
And most embarrassing?
Skiing with a group of Germans and being proud of myself for saying “ich bin heis” thinking it meant I am hot, and then them explaining through wild laughter that Id just said that I was horny….
I don’t believe in regrets…
What are you proudest of?
My 2 beautiful daughters, Eve(16) and Charlotte(14)
Who do you admire most?
And who do you detest?
Trump. Who doesn’t?
Who would you like to thank?
Everyone and everything! I believe that gratitude is simply the most powerful practice that for the creation of happiness that exists
What advice would you give to your younger self?
Be easier on yourself…
What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever had to do?
Andalusia 6 day mountain bike stage race
Hardest thing you’ve had to give up?
I tried to give up sugar…that was hard…I succeeded for a while!
Could you save someone’s life if they were dying in the street?
Well I have done lots of first aid training but it’s never really been put to the test although I have helped on the scene of a few bike accidents!
What keeps you awake at night?
Worrying about getting everything done when I have taken on too much!
And your biggest critic?
Hmmmm….probably my daughter when it comes to my wardrobe choices!
Mobile phone ringtone?
Whatever isn’t too annoying….