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About me

As a productivity coach and study skills consultant, I help busy adults and teens to improve time management and organising skills. The aim is not only to help you to get things done, especially if you're working or studying at home, but also to develop skills that boost confidence and motivation.

Are you overwhelmed by too much to do? Struggling with procrastination or perfectionism? Or stressed by exams because you're not sure HOW to get organised and revise? During the current covoid-19 crisis, there's more pressure than ever to be productive but challenges can feel insurmountable.

I'll coach you to focus on what really matters, to plan, prioritise and overcome procrastination. I can also combine life coaching with virtual organising to help you clear clutter in your home and in your head. And if you're preparing for exams, I'll share strategies to help you to get organised, plan (and stick to) a study schedule, boost memory and manage stress.

My approach is positive, purposeful and practical with an emphasis on empowering you to make decisions and create lasting changes.

I also devise and lead innovative training for personal and professional development. Do get in touch to find out how I can contribute to your future events.

Services include:

* Life coaching to overcome procrastination

* Study skills coaching to revise more effectively

* Virtual organising & decluttering (especially if you're working or studying at home)

* Training and talks in community or corporate settings

In addition to running my own webinars and live events, I've led a Guardian Masterclass and spoken at venues that range from Google campus, Grand Designs, the Office Show, Ideal Home Show, Sony Studios, the National Film & Television School, Octavia Housing, Barclays Bank, Women's Institute and Champneys spa. I'm a regular presenter at Limmud conferences in the UK and Netherlands, and devise staff development workshops at the Open University.

I'm a former Board member of APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers and devised the 1st UK training programme for professional organisers. I've also presented at national conferences of POC Professional Organizers of Canada and NBPO (Netherlands), and led online training for ICD Institute for Challenging Disorganization.

I'm fully insured with Westminster Indemnity, registered for data protection and hold an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) certificate. Full confidentiality assured at all times.

Training, qualifications & experience

I'm a certified coach, trained with the Coaches Training Institutec and abide by the code of ethics of the International Coach Federation. I worked in adult education for more than 20 years, as a university lecturer in social sciences, coach, writer, editor, mentor and study skills consultant. I graduated from Oxford University with a degree in politics, philosophy & economics, undertook doctoral research in Middle Eastern studies and completed a postgraduate academic teaching qualification at the Open University.

I've run my own coaching practice in London for over 12 years, coaching individuals and leading training in corporate and communal settings.

I've written 2 books: Being More Productive (2017) and Clearing Your Clutter (2018) and regularly contribute to media and PR campaigns.

I'm also a leading member of APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers and completed specialist training with ICD Institute for Challenging Disorganization in working with people with chronic disorganisation.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

Time management
Study skills
Exam revision
Writing essays or dissertations


Life Coaching or Study Skills Coaching
During the Covid-19 crisis, I've reduced my fees to just £60* per hour by phone/skype.  (Standard fees are £75 per hour)
I offer a free 20-minute consultation by phone.

Training on time management and productivity
Please contact me for details.

Further information

I've contributed to several publications, including: The Times, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Evening Standard, Psychologies, Happiful, Top Sante, Woman & Home, Simple Things, Healthy, Brand Eins (Berlin), Das Magazin (Zurich).

And I'm regularly interviewed about productivity, time management and organising issues on radio and podcasts.

For further details, please see: www.jlpcoach.com

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a life coach's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

Wheelchair user access


Daytime, evenings and weekends


Juliet Landau-Pope, MA (Oxon), CPCC, PGCertAP, FHEA, FRSA

Juliet Landau-Pope, MA (Oxon), CPCC, PGCertAP, FHEA, FRSA