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Coach. Online Creator.

Are you a coach, consultant or creator in business feeling lost, restless, or uncomfortable in your entrepreneurial journey? Do you find yourself doubting your place in the room?

I am here to guide you towards reclaiming your confidence and unlocking your true potential.

My mission is to help women simplify their business, strategize for growth, and refocus on their clients. Together, we will address mindset challenges, providing you with the tools and support needed to take charge of your business and create the life you deserve.

Meet Donita

Business OWNER | performance COACH 

As a performance coach, I am dedicated to helping you enhance your performance in all areas of life, whether it be in business, relationships, or personal development. 
As your fellow human, my role is to provide you with feedback, support, and a certain amount of accountability. Combined, this will help you to set and achieve your goals.
I will help you gain clarity on where you want to go, and strategize with you to get there 

Together, we will work towards unlocking your full potential and reaching your desired outcomes.

My values and what they mean to me


For me, bravery is a value that can be demonstrated in a variety of ways, but at its core, it involves taking action in the face of fear or adversity. It means having the courage to stand up for what you believe in, even when it is difficult or unpopular. 

Facing your fears and taking risks in order to grow and achieve your goals. And it means owning up to your mistakes and taking responsibility for your actions, even when it is hard. 

Ultimately, bravery always involves courage, resilience, and a willingness to take action.


Harmony might not feel like a value to you, as harmony is typically thought of as a quality or state that arises from the interactions of different values. 

However, for me, harmony is a sense of balance and coherence in business and in life, a feeling of peace and honesty, combined with unity and alignment with others.

For myself, it’s a loving and respectful family environment, an organized living space, and a mindful spiritual practice. Harmony is felt and experienced, and enhances my well-being and relationships.


Hope is an optimistic attitude towards the future, a belief that positive outcomes are possible and that things will get better. 

Hope can be expressed in various ways, both verbally and non-verbally. For myself, a value of hope is embodied in my attitude, my behaviour, and my mindset. 

All of these impact my actions towards others and myself. 

Hope is a powerful force for resilience, motivation, and well-being, even in the face of adversity or uncertainty.

Who are you?
What is your identity?

Understanding identity is complex, as it encompasses the ways in which we see ourselves and how others see us. Identity is shaped by a myriad of factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, culture, religion, socioeconomic status, and personal experiences. It is a fluid and evolving concept, which allows us to adapt and grow throughout our life. Find out more about answering the question, who am I? 

Here are some of the ways that I help you in business and in life as your Performance Coach.

  • Goal setting: A coach can help you set specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals and develop a plan to achieve them.

  • Accountability: A coach can hold you accountable for taking action and making progress towards your goals.

  • Perspective: A coach can provide an outside perspective on your situation and help you see things from a different angle.

  • Support: A coach can provide emotional support and encouragement as you work towards your goals.

  • Skills development: A coach can help you develop the skills you need to achieve your goals, such as time management, communication, and problem-solving.

  • Increased self-awareness: A coach can help you gain a better understanding of yourself, your strengths, and areas for improvement.

  • Overcoming obstacles: A coach can help you identify and overcome obstacles that may be holding you back from achieving your goals.

  • Improved performance: A coach can help you improve your performance in your career, sport or any other area of your life.

  • Increased Confidence: A coach can help you build self-confidence and self-esteem, which can lead to better decision-making and greater success in life.

The next steps

The best way to discover if we would work well together is through a discovery call. Book a time that works for you, and let’s chat. No high pressure sales, just an introduction and a clear path onto the next steps.

how a coach can impact your journey

As your coach, I provide an outside perspective, thoughtful feedback, candid questions and most of all, I can help you see your own strengths and weaknesses more objectively. I can also help you to develop new skills, improve communication and leadership abilities, increase motivation and focus, and build resilience. Working with a performance coach can help you achieve better results, both personally and professionally.

Some things that I have found helpful on my journey.

This is the work of Daniel Siegal. If you want to optimize your brain and create well being in your business (and life) then start right here.

  1. Focus Time: closely focus on tasks at hand, no distractions and a lot of brain power.
  2. Playtime: be creative, spontaneous and playful. Make new brainwaves.
  3. Connecting: connect with others. Appreciate the relationships you have built.
  4. Physical time: movement strengthens the brain.
  5. Time In: reflect internally, focus on your 5 sensations with a mind body scan. *see the next tab.
  6. Downtime: let your brain wander, relax, try not to focus on one specific thing.
  7. Sleep time: rest your body and brain.

This was something that was introduced to me by my therapist. Living in the moment is a muscle that you need to strengthen, and the mind body scan will help you with that.

  1. Hear: what do you hear in the moment?
  2. See: what can you see from where you are?
  3. Feel: what can you feel on you? Maybe the wind, or the warmth of your clothing.
  4. Smell: what can you smell in the moment?
  5. Taste: what can you taste?

This is something taught to me by my husband, and fellow performance coach Vince Fowler. The space between an event and your response is power. This is your power, and the power to choose your reaction, your response, how you speak to someone, the tone of your email. However you look at it, this space is where you hold the power. Once you respond, the power has shifted.

Boundaries are the distance at which you love yourself as much as you love the person you are setting them with. When you set boundaries, explain up front what is ok which is sometimes missed in boundary setting. Here’s an example: It’s ok to not agree with me, it’s not ok to ridicule my ideas and beliefs.