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Coaching with Samantha will unlock what you already know but can’t access because it is clouded by life and noise. It will be transformative and you will get to know yourself better than you ever have.

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” – Mark Twain

Samantha Chesler studied Law and Art History at UCL followed by a B.Ed. at Mcgill University. She is an International Baccalaureate English teacher with 15 years experience in 8 schools.  Samantha is a CTI trained coach, former Head of Department as well as a STRIDE and DISC trained Mentor.  She is also a photographer and award winning blogger, mother of two daughters and has lived and worked in 12 countries. She is currently working as a teacher, coach and mentor in an international school.

What I offer

All of my work will begin with a free, one-time ‘chemistry session’ to discover if my work will suit you. Get in touch to book your free chemistry session now.

One-on-One Coaching: Short Term

  • A discovery session
  • 5 hour long sessions
  • Option to extend
  • Student and youth discount

One-on-One Coaching: Taking a Deeper Dive

  • A discovery session
  • 10 hours of coaching
  • Option to extend
  • Student and youth discount

Group and Workshops

  • Curatorial process and organizational customization
  • Tailored to organizational goals
  • Non-profit discount

What my clients say

Right from our first session, Samantha helped me find my ideas from within to gain control of my aspirations as a mother, a teacher, and writer. Her kind and careful questions helped unearth barriers in my thinking that were preventing me from harnessing and owning my time. I now have more quality time with my children, accomplish more as a teacher, and I am dedicating significant time each week towards writing my novel. 

Catherine Marshall, Singapore

Samantha’s insight and empathy were a true gift when I reached a crossroads in my life. She showed me that I already knew the answer to my dilemma, I just hadn’t recognized or articulated it. With nuanced questions and patience she gave me clarity and the courage to take the risk that I had been circling for too long. I will definitely turn to her again when I need help to untangle my thoughts or a nudge to make a decision.

Clare Gillsater, Copenhagen

Since starting my coaching journey with Samantha I have taken on a new promotion, commenced further study and pursued my creative passion in photography.  Working with Samantha has provided me with the right level of support and accountability.  Through focused and insightful questioning Samantha has found a way for me to reconnect with my inner values, strengths and confidence enabling me to  identify  my personal and professional ambitions and take action.  Most importantly, her coaching has enabled me to start to grow in self-confidence and self-love and empowered me to channel my energy into meaningful and personal pursuits. 

Winson Coe, Singapore

After just one session Samantha helped me gain a level of clarity and awareness that was unfamiliar to me. I now see how so many of my opinions about myself, my capabilities and my decisions were based upon my perceptions of what others thought or might think . This made any decision making process so difficult, as I anguished over what was the right thing to do, whilst I wrestled with self doubt and fear of making the wrong decision. Over the course of the four sessions I became more familiar with my inner voice and what she needs and wants. It’s really helped me to make some life changing decisions and to be confident that I can take the next step.  It’s very reassuring to know that anytime I can reconnect with Samantha and she will listen without judgment or opinion; but instead ask the questions that help me listen to myself. 

Jane O’Leary, Uganda

Recent Thoughts

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Afresh, Afresh

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A Gift.

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