Gosia Gorna, winner of Transformational Coach of the Year 2014, uses intuitive insight and a range of highly effective techniques to bring about a profound transformation in people’s lives.
In the past 20 years she has assisted thousands of people to make outstanding decisions in their lives by helping them to clear their fears and use their intuition with confidence. She is a creator of a highly effective technique, The Expansion Game, which helps people to release unnecessary fears quickly and turn them into successes. Her methods and programmes are both quick and effective, identifying the blocks and giving the individual solutions needed to move forward.
Gosia’s work has been featured on TV, radio and in various newspapers and magazines, including the Financial Times, the Evening Standard and Here’s Health.
She is the former President of Toastmasters International public speaking and leadership club in London. She also works for a breast cancer charity that delivers a range of free complimentary treatments, support and therapies for people affected by breast cancer.
Through collaboration with A Resilient Mind, Gosia is able to support corporate organisations and their employees to achieve greater clarity, impact and visibility through workshops and/or individual coaching.
“Gosia’s unique approach to re-focusing mind energy and stimulating productivity whilst creating peace of mind during periods of rapid change and stress, is a testament to her process and her gifts. As a Brand Impact specialist, my work with her in the boardroom has proved more valuable than I ever anticipated. I recommend Gosia’s methods and her approach for forward thinking organisations and individuals.”
“I have worked with Gosia twice. She is one of the most generous, loving people I have ever met, who has incredible instinct and intuition to help and support other people to grow and achieve their potential. In no way is her work ‘woo woo’ but based on her extensive knowledge expertise and experience. I recommend Gosia to anyone who has got ‘stuck’ and needs to move on.”