Welcome to ConnectionLab

It was not so long ago that I realised that everything – literally everything – in life is built on relationship. At work, in our daily life, in our intimate lives with our partners or children.

And yet, it is not often that we learn about relationship. Somehow we just are expected to know ‘how this works’. And ‘how this works’ is exactly what I am most fascinated about. Learning and teaching about relationship.

I believe that better relationships build a better life, and ultimately a better world.

How you relate to one thing, is how you relate to everything, and it is very likely that your relational patterning will show up everywhere you go. So it is worthwhile to learn about relationship.

And that is what I offer: Life Coaching to learn about your relationship with yourself and what matters most to you in the world; Entrepreneurial Coaching to support you in bringing your emerging vision and passion into the world and connect with your ideal customer, Executive Coaching to support you as a leader to relate better to your business partners, teams, clients and the person that cleans your office every day. And Couples Coaching to help you unearth the dynamics and patterns that run your relationship, in service of more depth, love & compassion.

Learning about relationship is not for the faint-hearted. It takes courage, commitment and curiosity and a willingness to be vulnerable. But if you are willing to go, it is so worthwhile; you will feel more connected to everything, and everyone, around you, including yourself. Or in business terms: you will build better, lasting, more constructive and more profitable relationships.

Believe me, I speak from experience.

Would you like to know more? You can connect with me here to set up an exploratory conversation.
If you want to know a bit more about me first, you can find that here.

“Relationships are all there is. Everything in the universe only exists because it is in relationship to everything else. Nothing exists in isolation. We have to stop pretending we are individuals that can go it alone.” ~ Margaret Wheatley