More success = more joy
Welcome to a new, more authentic way to do business.
Let’s start from the beginning: creative business owners like us are in it for the flexibility, freedom and fun of being our own boss and making it on our own. But what happens when it’s not - quite - working? What happens when you’re neither successful nor joyful? (And, in my experience, the two are definitely interlinked.)
This work is not about pretending it won’t be hard, or you won’t struggle. It’s not about imagining away our problems and wishing someone else will save us. It IS about believing that you have everything you need to create the business and life you love — with a little expert support and magical coaching.
I’m Jenny Pace.
(You might know me as Jenny Hyde)
I believe in creatives, women, authenticity (the real one, not the buzzword), joy, and success. I believe we make our own futures with small, sometimes invisible, actions. I believe you are your business, and you’re not. And I believe that you’re far more than your social media feeds.
How Can I Help?
One-on-one work is the most powerful, most bespoke work I offer to take you from a downward spiral or frustrating plateau to significant progress in the direction of your dreams.
Accessible, regular coaching is available through my group coaching programme, Progress not Perfection. Meet an amazing group of women and get the support you need.
I run regular live courses as well as self-paced (see what I did there?) options to help you dive into some of the detail of running a successful business on many levels.
"I cannot possibly recommend Jenny highly enough. I feel so comfortable working with her, and am always ten times more confident after our sessions. She listens to my worries without judgement, has the most professional and experienced manner, and encourages me like no-one else can."
- Laura Clempson, Clara & Macy
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New on the Blog
This time last year, in January 2018, I was burnt out, emotionally and financially. The previous year had been tough, mostly because I’d tried to do too many things all at once. It was time for something to change. When you’re burnt out in business, it can feel like you’re at the bottom of a very deep pit. There’s SO much that needs to change – and that can be totally overwhelming. So at the beginning of last year, I...Read More
In a bid to shine a light on the work of others, I’m hoping to start a new regular instalment on the blog: a summary of things I’m loving each week. Rather than posting at the end of the week, when I tend to write my Here’s the thing posts, I’m going with a mid-week boost of wisdom and loveliness from people I respect. This week I’m loving: This post on the early years of self-employment from Tara Mohr. It...Read More