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Sue Curr

Inspirational Speaker & Empowerment Coach, Fear LESS & LIVE More

UK

Sue Curr – Inspirational Speaker | Empowerment Coach | Catalyst for Change
Sue Curr is an award-winning Inspirational Speaker & Empowerment Coach who leads others (largely women) to overcome life’s obstacles & challenges by empowering them to confidently create the change they seek, ultimately leading them to fearlessly live their life with purpose & passion, in their own way and on their own terms.
Yet, it wasn’t always like that but becoming fearless as a lifestyle choice almost became inevitable for Sue when she chose to combine a wealth of professional experience gained against an extensive 15-year background in Education & Mental Health Advocacy with that of a lifelong personal journey along life’s loneliest of roads mental ill health.
As a result, her battle with mental ill health subsequently and almost fatally descended into alcoholism but today having survived the trauma of her past has rebuilt her life and truly become the epitome of being fearless. Does that mean she isn’t afraid of anything? Absolutely not, however she chose to bring only the lessons she had learned from her past into the present in order to empower herself to look to a brighter future filled with a renewed sense of optimism and fresh hope.
Today not only works with clients on a 1:1 basis both nationally and internationally, she facilitates growth mindset empowerment workshops and seminars for her own clients as well as educational and business/corporate organisations. Sue very firmly considers herself to be a catalyst for change in those who are unwilling or unable to consider that they (as can we all) create the reality we not only desire but deserve by empowering them to reframe the way they see themselves, their situations and ultimately their lives as she continues in her life’s purpose to create worldwide understanding that it is far, far easier to raise a whole child than mend a broken adult.