About Dawn


Dawn Brierley – S.N.H.S. Dip. (Life Coaching) 

Hi, I’m Dawn Brierley, and I’m a Life Coach that is passionate about helping you Raise Your Standards and Make the Decision to Change Your Life.

I don’t stop there though, because I am passionate about supporting you whilst you take actions to live your desired life, living out your dreams and having the life you’ve always wanted. I support, motivate, inspire you and hold you accountable for your goals and the standards that you set yourself.

I’ve always loved helping people in many contexts and one way in which I can do that to an audience of the masses is via Lifestyle Coaching and through my work as freelance features writer. I also have coaching packages available with more to be added as time goes by.

My mission here at Celestial Life Coaching, and indeed in my life is to be successful, happy, healthy and wealthy. But I don’t just want that for myself. I want it for everyone – especially you who is reading this right now.

I want you to live the life of your dreams, achieve your wildest dreams and be able to say “I am living my dreams!”.

I am UTTERLY passionate about Success , Positivity and Helping others, so I combined these three things that rock my world and became a Life Coach. To make sure that I am the best I can be at what I do for you, I make sure my Human Capital remains topped up (I keep my skills up to date and regularly learn new things) . I regularly invest in my skills so that I can give you the best life coaching possible.  I also invest in my own learning, particularly in business, psychology and counselling, so that I can blend these skills with my life coaching services.

I am also a semi-qualified Accounting Technician and hold a Certificate in Business Studies with the Open University.

I look forward to inspiring you and helping you achieve your dreams!

Dawn Brierley, Cert Bus.Studies (Open),  S.N.H.S. Dip. (Life Coaching) 

One comment on “About Dawn
  1. Ah Dawn,

    I would have loved to have seen your videos–mistakes and all. You should share them. After all, bloopers are often the best part of a show/movie. I agree that laughter is very good for us and I’m always finding things to laugh at myself about 🙂

    See Rachel’s latest blog post: The 16 Habits of Highly Unsuccessful People

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