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Fall down seven times and stand up EIGHT.

Jessica Schlupp-Taylor
NLP Master Practitioner and Coach

My Exceptional Coach and I

I’ve always had a passion for psychology, business and people. Put that together and my career seems to make sense. I’ve constantly  worked since I was 13 years old, everything from a post office junior, a retail advisor, window salesman, a play worker, front of house in a nightclub, bar maid, youngest landlady in the country, and all that by the age of 21 years. (I’m a bit older now) I clearly have a love of work, a love of learning, a love of people, and a love of business.

A good education, with a Psychology honours degree from the University of Birmingham, followed by a post grad DMS to increase my general business knowledge. Since then I have completed further therapy and practitioner courses, (see myexceptionallife.co.uk for my individual therapy offerings) so I can help individuals with personal issues. Finally, if that’s not enough for you I have completed the NLP Practitioner, NLP coach and NLP master practitioner qualifications to ensure that my clients get the best. I aim to always learn from every opportunity.

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Jessica Schlupp-Taylor
Jessica Schlupp-TaylorNLP Master Practitioner and Coach
“A strong supportive friendly person who will be honest yet kind to help you along the right path”

My Exceptional Coach summary

In my career after being a landlady whilst completing my post grad, I took a role within Hays recruitment. I enjoyed my job tremendously and was promoted after 3 months and then again and again. For the next 6 years, I managed various offices and regions of the business. After having children I took the opportunity to start my own recruitment business and haven’t looked back. I still complete senior recruitment requirements for my clients but have moved predominantly into business coaching. I spent a large amount of enjoyable time coaching my recruitment clients as part of the package, they saw and felt the benefits. If the shoe fits, and it feels good then run with it. So now I’m running with my coach shoes on, loving my job, business and career.

I have the top qualifications, NLP coach and Master Practitioner which means you’re getting not only a coach but a qualified coach who has a wide range of tools that we can use to get the optimum results. My clients are empowered to enjoy more, perform more and succeed more. Providing them with tools that they can use throughout their career, that they can pass on to colleagues to spread and multiply the positive contribution that business coaching has brought into the company.

My work has given me the ability and experience of working with so many people, at various levels, in various industries across many sizes from sme to blue chips and across countries. Having access to so many people and business’s has absolutely made a huge contribution to my ability to coach efficiently and effectively so that my clients maximise on their return of time, energy and money.

Phew, that was a mouthful. Anything else then please just call me and ask, it will be quicker.

My children, the way they are able to make you feel the entire spectrum of emotions in a one minute window. The gym, currently learning to Olympic Weightlift (Thanks to NTPT), exercise and learning is great. Since having children I don’t have the time to commit to a team otherwise I’d be playing rugby, netball and basketball. Any sport and exercise (ok, not snooker but all other sport). Animals but not insects (in the circle of life insects are very useful, just not too close to me).

I love dancing, no official talent other than immense enthusiasm, (I’m a car dancing champion, ok there’s no such competition but if there was I’d win it, look out for me on the m42 traffic jams). Cuddles with my children, seeing them skip down the street when adults walk makes me smile from ear to ear.  Food, especially if someone else cooks it, doesn’t matter what it is or tastes like if someone else cooks it, I’m just a grateful recipient (Vicky and Mops thanks for all the dinners).

Tea and coffee, a good cuppa warms my insides. Spending time with people, I’m a sociable person who loves a good chat with friends, family and meeting new people. I love learning, especially from someone who is passionate about a topic, passion draws you in. Books, learning from them, seeing different perspectives. I love the variety of personalities in people. I love solving problems, including sudoku and logic problems.

I love my bed in the morning when it’s snuggly and warm and perfectly shaped for my body and head, (not that they’re separate, they are together but my head is on the pillow, body on the sheet, obviously). I love being outside in fresh air (mainly when it’s not freezing but I’ve heard there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes so I guess even when it’s freezing I love being outside if I’m wearing the right clothing, haven’t found that yet though). Being outside to appreciate plants, nature, life, and growth. The sunset which reminds me we live on a planet in a universe and not just in a house in a town, helps me to put things into perspective. I love being warm. I love my glasses, they’re only a minor prescription but seeing is so much easier now I have them, the sound of rain on a tent and being safe, feeling safe in someone’s embrace.

Lots more stuff but that gives you an idea.

My children saying they don’t like my cooking before they’ve even tried it, people who park on zigzags at school, people who park in disabled spots or parent and child spaces when they’re not disabled and don’t have children, short days (as in Winter, but I can’t say Winter because I like Christmas, I just don’t like the lack of light in Winter). Wind.

Me being late and me being lost: these are my stress triggers. McDonalds running adverts to say that they’re Chicken McNuggets are 100% chicken breast when only 45% of a chicken McNugget is actually chicken! When I see the petrol light come on the car- it feels like a waste of my life filling up my car with fuel, clearly it’s not, I’d waste a lot more time broken down on the side of the road if I didn’t fill up, but I can’t help disliking the light. Cheese with mould in.

People who don’t pick up after their dogs, or they do and leave the bag, what is that about? Getting out of bed, unless there’s a holiday involved. Companies that add sugar (under various nicknames) into everything! Including yes, ham, bacon, cheese and onion crisps to mention only a few.

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