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Create a sustainable lifestyle
Achieve greater fulfillment
Nurture your potential

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'How Resilient Are You?'

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Create a sustainable lifestyle: you want it all – a life you fully embrace, live and love. Having overcome my own significant challenges, including cancer, I am committed to your joy, vibrant wellbeing and success. Check out the many ways we can work together to create a sustainable way of living a brighter and happier future. I will show you how to enjoy all aspects of your life. Every day is a new beginning, a second chance. Let’s take that chance and enliven bold steps forward to live a life you truly love.

Achieve greater fulfilment: when you’re doing what you love and enjoying this unpredictably wild ride called ‘life’ all of a sudden your days feel truly lived and enjoyed, not endured. Fulfilment comes from embracing all of life, in all its forms, and living true to your values. Let me show you how.

Nurture your potential:  you have unlimited and untapped potential to nurture. From a platform of a sustainable lifestyle and greater fulfilment being enjoyed, I will give you tools to grow and express your full creative potential. Bring it on!

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Don't let fears numb you from life’s goodness. 

‘Numbing’ is any activity that we may use to desensitize our feelings so that we don’t experience vulnerability or hurt.  I know I’ve done this plenty of times in the past. 

But by numbing ourselves to vulnerability, we also numb ourselves to love, belonging, empathy, creativity, adventure and all of life’s goodness. 

Every worthwhile venture in life ie. intimate love, friendships, a new business, etc. is scary and can be quite uncomfortable. These things are inherently risky. They feel unsafe. These things aren’t for the faint of heart. They take courage. And most importantly, they can’t coexist with fear. 

When we open up to life’s greatest opportunities and joys it means we’re also giving life the opportunity to break open our heart, but trusting that it won’t... that the risk is well worth the reward. We won’t know unless we give it a go. Jx
Hip hip hooray! 

I am delighted to announce the launch of my new website (see the comments for the link), and you are invited to help celebrate with me!

The world is changing and I must too. I've been feeling a deeper and powerful calling to be of greater service in the most uplifting, empowering and enabling ways.

I've sought to carefully define my offerings to make them easier for you to identify with and select from. 

 On the new site you will see my:

 🌟 executive coaching services
 🌟 acclaimed workplace workshops and keynote speaking topics
 🌟 subscription to my FREE monthly newsletters
 🌟 NEW membership invitation
 🌟 NEW learning centre programs
 🌟 NEW collaborations
 🌟 Plus more exciting things will be coming as I am continually creating more......

I want to thank you for supporting me, believing in me, championing my work and being an integral part of my journey. You inspire me to keep doing, being and giving in ways I couldn't possibly manifest without you. Thank you for being you and all you do too! 

 With deep respect and love, Josie
I’ve been thinking about what keeps me on track and what derails my efforts. I’ve discovered that having routines is good as long as they don't imprison us.
 
Just because we've done things a particular way for a long time doesn't mean it's the only way. We need to keep our minds open.

It’s quite unlikely that one of the things we’ll regret when we’re 70 is not having consumed enough wine in our 20s, 30s and 40s, or not having bought enough $5 lattes from the CoffeeClub, or not having frequented the same exact restaurants, or shopping centres, or office buildings for years. 

But the regret of missing out on great opportunities is a real, toxic feeling. 

Every corner we turn or street we walk down has a new experience waiting for us. We just have to see the opportunity and be adventurous enough to open and walk with it for a little while. Jx
Some things are worth holding on to but grudges are definitely not one of them. 

We will never find peace until we learn to finally let go of the hatred, resentment or hurt that may reside in our heart. 

Life is way too short to be nursing bitterness and registering wrongs. 

Grudges are for those who insist that they are owed something. 

Forgiveness, on the other hand, is for those who are confident enough to stand on their own two feet, take charge and move on. 

In order to move on, you must know why you felt the way you did, and why you no longer need to feel that way. It’s about accepting the past (not liking it or agreeing with it), letting it be, dropping resistance and argument that it 'should' be different, and pushing your spirit forward with good intentions. 

Nothing empowers our ability to heal and grow as much as our own love and forgiveness. Jx
Self-respect is our birthright.

Let us decide right now to never again beg anyone for the love, respect, or attention that we need to be showing ourselves. 

We must learn to be a friend to ourselves, and to trust our inner guidance - to follow our instincts. 

We must also learn to accept who we are as unique individuals - the good, and the flawed; and make changes in our life as WE see fit - not because others want us to be different, but because we know it’s the right thing to do, for ourselves. 

In essence, let’s be the person you will be happy to live with for the rest of your life. 

We must not rely on our significant other, or anyone else, for our happiness and sense of self-worth. That’s our own responsibility.

Know that our first and last love is always self-love. It starts and ends with us. 

If we can’t love and respect ourselves, no one else will either.  Jx
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