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Lauren LeMaistre

Life Coach at Lauren's Life Coaching 


Age: 38 

Country: United Kingdom 

Years in business: Recently started  


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Instagram: @laurenslifecoaching  


What is your business about  


I am a certified Life Coach who specialises in women's empowerment and ADHD management. I offer coaching sessions to help people if they are feeling a bit stuck to discover where they meant to be in life and apply the necessary steps to live a more happier and fulfilled life.  


Please describe your life before starting  


I have always helped people throughout my life not just family, friends and colleagues but strangers also on a night out, supermarket, bus stop you name it. I must have one of them faces that people want to open up to. I have ADHD and Bipolar so I struggle a lot with self confidence and the ability to believe in myself. Up until 2 years ago I did not realise there was such thing as a life coach so when I did some research after I started having sessions with my own I realised this was my calling in life, this is my purpose to try and help as many people as I can and to be honest even if that was just a handful of people I would have achieved what I set up to do. I qualified in January 2023 but due to some set backs and mainly down to my imposter syndrome it has taken me since then to properly get started and I did my launch in December 2023. 

What made you decide to take the leap and start your own business?  


I work full time for a family business which I enjoy but have always felt like something is missing and wanted to set something up additionally to fill that hole and create that passion for helping people inside me. For me its a wonderful feeling watching someone go through a glow up after feeling so lost for so long and knowing I have been able to help in that process is incredible. I have also been through a lot of life's experiences to name a few - miscarriages, divorce, traumatic birth, coping as a single mum, successfully co parenting with my children's father, toxic relationships. The list is endless for me to add all of them here but I have managed to navigate these the best way I can and can resonate with a lot of other women going through the same thing.,  

How would you describe your life now, as a solopreneur?  


My life at the moment does not look much different as I am just starting out. I am focusing on building my client base with the idea going forward to build an amazing online community of women supporting women with no judgement. I have also been busy creating workbooks around different key subjects. Such as setting boundaries, assertiveness etc. which are self paced to fit smaller budgets.,  

How has your ADHD played a positive role in your business life?  


My ADHD has played a huge role in my business life and my life in general to be honest. Although there are definitely some downsides and without running the risk of sounding nuts I do look at my ADHD as a superpower my sheer resilience, creativity, spontaneity, communications skills to adapt in any environment, huge compassion for others. There are so many positive aspects and once you can look at the areas your struggling in and allocate the right strategies and coping mechanisms it does get better to manage and you can live a more fulfilled life.,  

What's your top tip for other ADHD women aspiring to be solopreneurs  


My top tip is just go for it... do not let your imposter syndrome hold you back from what you have been put on this earth to do. If you have something your passionate about there is a reason your passionate about it! At the end of the day what is the worst that can happen... It just does not work out, and if that happens you change the plan and move onto something else. Do not let your inner thoughts (or anyone else) kill your dreams or hold you back.,  




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