Kirsty Tippett

Newbury, Berkshire, RG14
07763 707 350 07763 707 350

About me

Growing up within a family business, surrounded by chaos, resilience is in my blood.

Tell me I can’t do something that I dream of and I will pursue it twice as hard. It is this mindset that has led me to have two degree’s, to spend multiple months at a time living alone between France and London, and to run a half marathon five months after fracturing my spine. I value self development and am happiest when developing new skills.

I am an adventure seeker. My life is fuelled by awe inspiring moments, from the greatest to most understated, finding joy in the knowledge that the world around me is an awesome place. Whether I am skydiving, watching my daughter as she learns, or simply smelling freshly cut grass, I believe it is important to live mindfully, truly absorbing the world around us, great and small, as only then will we notice we are achieving our greatest feats day by day. 

I value hard work, perseverance, passion, commitment, and most greatly; freedom. I believe that we all deserve to live the life we truly yearn for, without falling pray to expectation or the fear of judgement. If you have ever thought ‘I would love to be ‘X’ but what would ‘they’ think?’, you’re in the right place.

The greatest lesson I have learnt is that loyalty and perseverance in yourself will lead you to your true potential.

I believe we can all achieve our biggest dreams; the biggest threat to our success is our mindset. Adjust that and you’ve got the key to any door you can imagine.

Why Use a Coach?

Coaching focuses on a partnership of trust and confidentiality. As your coach I will help you to find your true path in life, by guiding you in assessing your values and life goals, as well as finding a realistic and pragmatic way to achieving these goals.

My ultimate goal is to help you to live a fulfilled life, to obtain that sense of purpose and clarity that so many of us are often missing.

Working alongside a coach can help you in finding clarity on what you truly want in life, and will assist by facilitating an action based plan to achieve specific goals, find deeper meaning, or guide you on your way to greatness.

Whether you have a big career decision to make, a business to run but a lack of direction, a personal dilemma, or simply that ‘niggle’ in your tummy which tells your something is missing, we can work together to explore these theme (and many more), untangling your path over our sessions, allowing you to find an obtainable way to your true potential.

How The Sessions Work

I recommend a minimum of 6 x 1 hour sessions in order to enable us to reach those much desired positive results. The more you commit to the process the more you will achieve.

Each session can be conducted Face-To-Face, Over The Phone or via FaceTime, which ever you prefer, and based on your location.

During a typical session we will look to explore your core values, current situation and future goals. We will work towards short term goals in order to get the ball rolling for those bigger hurdles ahead.

You may not know what you want out of life just yet, or you may know but just can’t see a clear path to getting there, I can help in both circumstances.

Coaching is rarely about the past, I like to look forward and approach the sessions with a proactive mindset, driving you towards your best future from where you stand today.

Training, qualifications & experience

Fully Certified Life Coach - Pure Coaching Academy

Member of the IAPC&M


Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


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Kirsty Tippett

Kirsty Tippett