About Glynis

As a certified mentor, coach and trainer, I help clients to find the freedom to be real. Initially working with people to understand and move beyond any emotional fear, I now offer a mentoring service helping you to move beyond anything that limits, to know what you are capable of and create a vision of who you can become, to consider possibilities. 

Brought up in a small village community in Scotland, I moved to London as a single girl to develop my career in the financial services world, before relocating to Hong Kong as a newlywed where I brought up two children, who are now developing careers in Tokyo and London. More recently I spent time in Australia and New Zealand, and in 2021  moved to Vanuatu in the South Pacific. 

Moving countries introduced me to change, and, having experienced a fair amount of change in other areas of life, I understand how frightening it can be. Sometimes in the process you can feel broken, you can forget who you are, so I like to help people who want to mend what feels broken within.

I’ve had the experience of falling down many potholes in life, I found a way to pick myself up and be at peace within and it’s led me to want to help others to do the same. It worked for me, it can work for you!  I’m happy to walk with you while you find your own answers, what works for you.

Workshop in Hong Kong
Mentoring in Cambodia

Passionate about learning and curious about people, curious to know how things work, I’ve been fortunate to travel to many places around the world and have enjoyed seeing how other people live.

I’ve supported the Harpswell Foundation in Phnom Penh, a charitable organisation providing education, housing, and leadership training for young women, mentoring the students on various personal challenges, including:

  • making the transition from one environment to another
  • managing any conflict between traditional family beliefs and different cultural expectations
  • recognising, understanding and managing different emotions, offering tools to help with conflict resolution
  • dealing with expectations and disappointment
  • finding a way to manage any overthinking, worry or self criticism.