I’m Nyasha, a mindset coach dedicated to helping women leaders tap into their brilliance and step boldly into their power.

My Challenge:

The sting of being different followed me from my childhood in Zimbabwe to my new life in the UK. I never felt like I fully belonged, an outsider looking in. This fueled an inner critic, convincing me I wasn’t good enough, my voice didn’t matter. It held me back in my career, in my relationships – in my belief in myself.

My Turning Point:

Everything shifted when I invested in a coach. They held space for me, mirrored my potential, and helped me silence the doubts. I peeled back layers of self-limiting beliefs and found an unwavering confidence I never knew existed.

My Inspiration:

As I stepped into my own power, a fire ignited within. I realized countless women carry similar burdens of self-doubt and the invisible barriers of not belonging. My journey led me to become a coach – to be the champion I longed for, and help others ignite their own authentic leadership.

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Who I help

My heart goes out to ambitious women longing to break free – from imposter syndrome, unclear paths, or the pressure to fit in.

If you crave unshakeable confidence, the ability to lead with clarity, and the courage to use your voice for impact, I’m here to guide you.

My Coaching Approach:

  • I believe in your inherent greatness. We’ll uncover your unique strengths, challenge outdated beliefs, and develop the mindset that propels you towards the success you deserve.
  • Together, we’ll amplify your confidence, strengthen your boundaries, and craft communication strategies that elevate your presence and influence.

Imposter Syndrome: What It Is

Imposter syndrome is a pervasive feeling of self-doubt and intellectual fraudulence, especially common among women leaders, despite external evidence of success or competence. Women leaders often internalize messages that their accomplishments are due to luck or external factors rather than their genuine abilities.

Common Symptoms (Specifically for Women Leaders):

  • Persistent fear of being “found out” as inadequate, especially in male-dominated settings.
  • Attributing success to luck, chance, or the help of others, rather than your own skills and hard work.
  • Downplaying your expertise or accomplishments, particularly in comparison to male colleagues.
  • Setting unrealistically high standards for yourself and feeling disappointed when they’re not met.
  • Overworking or over preparing to compensate for perceived inadequacy.
  • Hesitation to speak up or take credit for your ideas.
  • Comparing yourself unfavourably to others, particularly other women who seem effortlessly confident.

Are you ready to step into the boldest, most authentic version of yourself?

Real Consequences

Imposter syndrome isn’t just a feeling; it has real consequences for women leaders:

  • Missed Opportunities: It can prevent women from applying for leadership positions, seeking promotions, or confidently voicing their opinions.
  • Mental Health Impacts: It can lead to anxiety, depression, and hinder a leader’s sense of belonging in their role.
  • Burnout: The constant need to prove yourself and overcompensate can lead to exhaustion and disengagement.

Who Imposter Syndrome Affects

It’s especially common in women; Studies suggest that women experience imposter syndrome more frequently and intensely than men, likely due to social conditioning and unconscious biases in the workplace.

High Achievers: Successful women leaders are particularly vulnerable, often facing greater scrutiny than their male counterparts.

Women in male-dominated fields: The lack of representation and potential for unconscious bias can exacerbate imposter feelings.

How I Can Help as a Mindset Coach

  • Uncover the root of your imposter feelings: Through guided exercises and exploration, we’ll identify the underlying beliefs and patterns fuelling your self-doubt.
  • Develop personalised reframing techniques: I’ll teach you powerful strategies to challenge your inner critic and replace those negative thoughts with empowering ones.
  • Celebrate your wins: We’ll focus on building a robust evidence file of your skills, talents, and achievements – a constant reminder of your true worth.
  • Set realistic expectations: Together, we’ll combat perfectionism and shift your focus toward progress and continuous growth, easing pressure on yourself.