Hello! I’m Omozua.
A Life Coach that uses a neuroscience-based coaching approach, emotional mastery and Intelligent leadership to help executives, top-level professionals and entrepreneurs live a life that feels good.
Succeeding in life calls for the Courage to speak up, do and achieve
My mission is to lead good leaders to greatness.
“Going on this journey with Omozua was truly the best decision I’ve taken in a long time”
Female – Secondary School Teacher, 36
and creating a life on your terms is the bravest thing you can do.
Whatever phase you are in now, I want you to know that you can be fully human and anyone can crawl out of the darkest well.
“Drinking and smoking is a poor way to solve the problem.
I was trying to protect the pain and hurt.”
Male, University Lecturer, 37
You can lose your job, struggle to communicate efficiently with your colleagues and family, or feel like you are everyone’s waste bag or doormat. Maybe you’ve been bullied at work, passed up for promotions too many times, and have become suspicious and distrustful.
“I don’t want to have to fight for my rights.”
Female, Senior IT Specialist, 45
The stress can get so high you may see health issues popping up or weight piling on, and the appreciation you’ve been lacking at work has spread home like a disease. You start to feel deeply mentally exhausted and frustrated. Your confidence? It left last quarter with no notice.
“When we started, I felt helpless and felt everything was breaking apart.
I realized that everyone around me was treating me like a dust bin, even me.”
Female, Senior Business Analyst, 42
The world is full of things that make people feel incomplete, not enough, or not up to standards. But even when you cannot check off everything on the world’s success checklist you can embrace yourself. You don’t have to go through your life feeling incomplete.
My goal as your coach and guide is to help you step out of your comfort zone (actually – your PAIN ZONE – you know how it feels), and that BOX with the so-called checklists to happiness which you’ve been trying to fit in.
Looking back, I can honestly say that through this experience and the consequences that followed, I gained and learned lessons that I will carry with me for a lifetime.
The piece we can learn to control is whether to take on those standards given to us… or make a choice now for your future self and life.
Everyday you have to kindle the candle of courage.
Never let it go.
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While I have over 20 years experience as a working professional myself, five years ago a medically challenging period, illness and surgery left me on bedrest for two months straight. It wasn’t luxurious. It was excruciating.
Laying in bed unable to move, I had to examine my life, my childhood, and my mother’s death at the age of 19. Not just what happened to me, but really understanding who I was. I had never before been forced to think, “Who is Omo?”
I fell into a dark dark well and I spent two months crawling back up.
Up to that point, the greener grass on the “other side” had consumed my attention. There were so many boxes I hadn’t ticked off the success list of life. Because of my illness, there were many boxes that could now never be checked.
I started to list all the opportunities I had missed – studying in the United States, writing a book, and the chance to participate in humanitarian work in Afghanistan.
I don’t have that. I don’t have this. I started losing confidence in myself and what I brought to the table. …and couldn’t see the impact I was having.
I was right at the bottom of its well. Change had to happen. It was only when I admitted this to myself that my breakthrough started.
I tackled these POWER questions: If this were the last moment of my life, what could I say, I had done to try to change things in my life? What contribution have I made to the world? What do I want my legacy to be?
My discovery during this journey of change was that, underneath the happy and bold face I showed the world, was pain, shock, anger, and deep regret over how much time I had wasted and lost. I had dwelled way too long in the “if only……, what if……, I should have……” zone.
I realized that courage starts when I create my own success criteria, and it multiplies when I live by it.
It’s the courage to open the door, and that we don’t need to have a big name to be someone we actually like and love.
Because here’s the truth: Life happens no matter who we are and no matter our titles or labels. We are constantly presented with events to learn or gain from. We are equipped with a powerful tool – Choice – which when we use it well can contribute to living life fully, resiliently, and courageously. No matter what happens… and life happens.
You can be fully human and thrive in your career and life.
I’ve dedicated my life to helping you learn more about the brain, emotions, and how to use them to optimize life on your own terms.