Kitegirl as your Celebrity Life Coach
Kitegirl Annabelle Drumm is a Professional Career Coach, Business and Life Coach and Work-Life Balance Coach for Celebrities, Musicians, Singers, Models, Producers, Writers, Directors, VIPs, High Profile Personalities and Leaders working in the Creative industries.
Life at the top is a massive challenge.
Those who’ve never been there are constantly fighting for it. They want the attention, glamour, fame, screaming fans, the clothes, the red carpet, the cameras … it sounds like one big party to them.
They have no idea of the pressure you are under to perform, to behave, to come up with new material constantly.
They don’t know how heavily you’re burdened with the responsibility of others looking up to you.
They’ve never had to manage finances that grow and shrink faster than a fickle fan base.
Or that you are expected to live up to the hype of your own publicity – especially if it’s not really you, simply your public personna.
The higher you go, the less people there are around to turn to for support.
Everyone expects because you are at the top, you know everything you need already… on every topic… so the number of people you can talk to dimishes quickly.
They believe you have your act together, in every area of your life.
Money fixes that, after all, don’t you think?
Those who mill around you on a daily basis have their own agenda for being there, so if you ask for their opinion, you may be unsure if you’re getting the truth you desire.
And, as new people come into your life, it takes longer for you to learn to trust them than before.
Sound like what you’re going through? Kitegirl is who you need.
Working with the big names
When I was a child, my father was a Music conductor and arranger. Many times over I would see international stars coming into our house and chatting with Dad about their repertoire or running over arrangements for an upcoming tour.
I learnt very early on that, although there might be a crowd of neighbours waiting outside for an autograph, these famous people still just drank coffee and went to the bathroom like anyone else. So my siblings and I grew up treating celebrities as regular people rather than a piece of public property to which you could help yourself.
And as a young adult I found celebrities liked hanging out with me because I treated them as equals.
As your Celebrity Life Coach I like to work with you seeing eye to eye.
You will be treated with respect, with humour, with kindness, with humanity, with honesty.
I give you full permission to feel like an idiot, not know stuff, be nervous, scared, uncertain, embarrassed, show yourself without makeup, be a fool. Whatever!
You are forgivien for being a not-so-perfect human and my coaching is focussed on helping you to find and get what you REALLY want.
My service is intimate and confidential, always. I am here for you, supporting you all the way.
It is not necessarily to my advantage that you make more or do more than you already do.
My own earnings will not be influenced by what decisions you make either, unlike your business colleagues, so I can always offer a non-judgemental stand point, with no hidden agenda.
I am not a friend, family member or someone you work with every day so I can see the big picture of the life you live, from an objective point of view.
This can help lift you out of the details too so you can see your life and career from a higher perspective and be able to make wise decisions about where you’re heading.
My goals are the same for you as any other wonderful client of mine. I want to see you happy, enjoying your life and being as creative as you wanna be.
Feeling safe, confident and relaxed.
What qualifications do I have to allow me to be a Celebrity Life Coach?
Aside from graduating from Results Coaching Systems (since renamed at the NeuroLeadership Institute), which is fully accredited with the International Coach Federation, I am well experienced in performing professionally -I did that for about 10 years. I’ve been my own boss since 1990, ran a dance company for 6 years, promoted and coached talent as an agent for 15 years, as well as being a wife, a mother, a divorcee, a leader, an entrepreneur.
This is usually not a mentoring service, so I don’t need to have done what you are going through, but my coach training combined with life experience allows me to help you pinpoint the underlying problem you may not have picked up on and move you forward to a healthier happier lifestyle and career.
Let me just repeat that.
I’m not about spending months or years analysing what’s happened in your past. This isn’t the quickest way forward. My eyes are in the front of my head. So are yours. So we should be looking to the future and leaving the past behind, don’t you think?
What other celebrities have I coached?
Not saying, sorry. I’m not a name dropper. The coaching relationship becomes an intimate one and trust is paramount. I do not discuss my clients with anyone.
Coaching is also a high level conversation, so I try to avoid discussing the finer details of what is going on with you.
I am not interested in gossip. I avoid it, as well as those working in the industry selling it. That is not my scene.
If anyone broke into my home or office or hacked my computer they would not find any notes on my celebrity clients. My system is a good one. 🙂
Where do I coach?
Well hey, I understand your schedule is crazy.
You may be on the road travelling, touring, with a diary filled to the brim.
I do have offices in the CBD of Sydney but most of my clients are international so I work via phone, Skype or AIM.
We can co-ordinate our sessions together depending on what city you are in around the world, using flexible hours.
Have I ever been sued for my coaching service?
Nope. I’ve had some great feedback though which you’ll see here dotted around the website.
My intentions are pure and I take great joy in helping you find a suitable way to solve problems you’ve been trying to tackle in the past.
Come talk to me about the goals you’d like to achieve.
I offer you the first session for free to see if we work well together. I don’t do first interviews with your staff because I need to be happy that I can work with you too. This is a mutual thing.
I would never boast of being the best coach in the world. “Best” means nothing if you cannot get along with your coach. So talk to me. Let’s set up an appointment, see if we get along and I’ll show you how I work.
Hey, you’ve got nothing to lose.