Being shortlisted for the Outstanding Achievements Award 2016

I am quite honoured and grateful to have been shortlisted for the Outstanding Achievements Award 2016 by The Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers & Consultants. Here is the link should you wish to vote for me thank you.  I have been shortlisted for Outstanding Achievements Award 2016 by The APCT pls click to vote for me thanks


“Genny  AKA Confident Queen, is an amazing, trainer, life coach an inspirational speaker who continues to go out of her way to help others maxise their potential.

She coaches and train in accouting, confidence building and happiness in Univerities, Schools, Businesses and Charitable organisations.

This year she became the author of two books – One Called I can blow a balloon which aims to encourage children to develop their confidence to try ad do things. She then uses this as a basis to coach children in schools and on a one to one basis.

She then wrote another book Crown of smiles where she shares some of the major challenges she has overcame in life and then gives tips on how people can regain their smile. Over the year she has been going to schools to help children and young people to develop their confidence to make their career choices.

She also still manages to spend time helping various charities and mentoring young people. She is an amazing lady who deserves to be recognised for her dedication, hard work and commitment.

She created the One Minute Smilence – which is all about encourging people to take a minute out of their busy schedule to think happy thoughts or recall happy moments whislt smiling for a minute as a way of relieving stress.”



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Why I nominted Genny AKA Confident Queen for Pride of Britain- Ayhan Koya


After her divorce, Genny went through a period of depression and unhappiness as at around that time too she became redundant, was in a lot of debts and her house was going to be repossed and she faced the journey into the unknown of becoming a single parent with toddlers to look after.

With the help of family and friends, she managed to get some additional help and support from various organisations such as Gingerbread, Mind, and her church.

When she regained her self confidence, she decided to help others to become more confident and happier with themselves using her own life experiences and the training she undertook to become a life coach.
Since 2008, she has been using her life changing experiences and time to teach children and adult how to be more confident and happier in themselves.

She set up the confident children holiday project with the help and support of volunteers who she recruited and she then uses her own skills and life experiences to teach children how to be more confident, stand up to bullies and be good citizen.
She also set up a support group for local parents after she became a single parent herself and recognised that their were issues which single parents needed help and support with.

When she recovered from a period of depression and low self esteem, she set up the Happiness Project in Kent, and uses her own time and resources to run courses and provide support to help people to develop ways to cope with life challenges so that they can be happier. She organised the United Nations Happiness Day in Gravesend Town Centre where she managed to get various organisations to come out and do various fun activities such as doing a conga round the tow centre.

She helped rally people during the Olympics when she organised a street event, ran an event for children and was also a local organiser.
Genny also took her passion for helping people to be happier and more confident, when she entered Britain’s Got Talent in April 2012 dressed up as a character “ Confident Queen” and got even the judges to give her amazing comments and sing “ IF you are happy and you know it clap your hands!

Genny is amazing as she can be seen volunteering herself as various charitable events in the local area Gravesend where she is well known by the general public and the local council, newspapers and radio.

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