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I'm getting some great testimonials for my coaching service

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, February 15, 2018

I've had the privilege of working with two very talented actresses and writers recently. The first is someone who's probably a very familiar face to you - EastEnders' star Lisa Hammond (aka 'Donna Yates'). She and her Channel 4 'Comedy Blaps' co-star Rachael Spence have had a couple of long intensive sessions. Read what they had to say below!

“Challenging, thought provoking and incredibly useful. I look forward to working with her some more.”

Lisa Hammond – Actress/Comedienne - EastEnders’ ‘Donna Yates’ (BBC1), Grange Hill (BBC1), Quills, Bleak House, Psychoville, Vera, Comedy Blaps (C4)

 

“… a brilliant way of tuning into what I really wanted and needed… clear guidance on how to achieve my goals, long term, and dream big… a real shift for my artistic practice.”

Rachael Spence – Actress/Comedienne - EastEnders (BBC1), The Best of Men, Thirteen, Comedy Blaps (C4)

 

If you'd like me to help you reach your creative career dreams then email me at sheila@sheilachandra.com for a free 30 minute coaching consultation, to find out if I'm the right career coach for you!

 

 

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