This last year has been an epic journey for me establishing my business http://www.engelaminshull.com globally and completing an international coaching certification program. I am now a Divine Living Certified Business Coach.
Graduating as a Divine Living Certified Coach in Los Angeles.
The journey to entrepreneurship starts with the decision to ignore all stop signs in your mind and truly GO for what you want! As an entrepreneur it is also important to check in for little pit stops and nourishment on your way. My work and travels took me to eight cities around the world starting with London to Prague via Cape Town and then on to Paris and several visits to Lyon.
Cocktail hour in Paris with Gina DeVee and one of my style strategy clients, Erika Sheffer.
I worked from the Ritz in Miami and the Shangri-la in Sydney.
I styled five business women for branding photo shoots with renowned photographers Wendy K Yalom and Amanda Julca in Paris. My clients Joanna Turner and Erika Sheffer were featured in the Divine Living Magazine.
Creating greater visibility with personal branding style strategy for my client, Joanna Turner of missionforbalance in Paris with photographer Wendy K Yalom and make-up artist Melissa Hoffman Rangel.
I spent my birthday at Versailles and celebrated the evening with special friends from around the globe at the Georges Pompidou.
Birthday celebrations with Carol Solvay at the George Pompidou in Paris.
When August came around, LA and the hospitality of Ritz Carlton, Marina del Rey beckoned. I shopped Rodeo Drive and put plans in action for an exciting joint venture over dinner at the Beverley Wilshire Hotel.
Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles with Nance Rosen.
I hiked the Temescal Canyon trail above Santa Monica, styled clients on Venice Beach and graduated with 31 women from around the world.
With fellow celebrity stylist Sam Saboura at Ritz Carlton Marina del Rey in LA.
In October I will be working with my clients from the spectacular Villa Cora boutique hotel in Florence, Italy to create that wow factor for a stylish business of their own.
Villa Cora, Florence Italy
The best part of my work is the people I inspire. They take action, say YES! to their dreams and reap the rewards forever. http://www.engelaminshull.com
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When I was invited to be the keynote speaker for International Women’s Day, I decided to take a look at the strategies that have propelled me to success in key industries. I spoke about the power of the individual: investment and return, self knowledge and attainable aspirations. You can see this special training video here
Delivering the keynote speech for International Women’s Day at Carnegie Room. (photo – worklondonstyle)
With Aprils Dawn and Dr. Diepiriye Kuku-Siemons (photo – worklondonstyle)
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On the drive to Kraalbaai, part of the Langebaan Lagoon, you pass a signpost for Joanne’s Beach Cottage. This is the entrance to the sanctuary that is Churchhaven; a hidden, beautiful little fishing village with white washed fisherman’s and restored holiday cottages.
The lagoon is one of only three in the world that is fed by the sea and not by a river. (photo – Hendrika Blignaut)
The Flamingoes at Churchhaven are protected birds. Joanne’s Beach Cottage is a fully equipped self-catering cottage near Churchhaven within walking distance of the lagoon.
The signpost to the hidden village of Churchhaven. (photo-worklondonstyle)
The village is just outside Postberg Flower Reserve, a part of the park that is only open between August and September. Only 120km outside of Cape Town on the R27 it provides a beautiful glimpse of the magnificent Namaqualand spring flowers. Daily guided walks depart from Abrahamskraal Waterhole at 10am and 1pm.
The area forms part of the Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve (CWCBR) designated by UNESCO in 2000.
The unspoilt lagoon teems with wildlife.
Only descendants of the original inhabitants of Churchhaven are allowed to own property here. It does not appear on the official map of the West Coast National Park. This adds to its desolation, mystery and beauty.
Churchhaven is a holiday destination to the chosen few descendants of the original inhabitants.
More information on the West Coast National Park is available at http://www.sanparks.org.
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