Charelle Griffith – A book-loving marketer, success coach, personal development coach and founder of Propel Her. She’s a self-confessed feminist, who wants to empower women to fulfill their potential and find success on their own terms. She believes that “there is nothing wrong with being ambitious” and love talking about personal development and marketing.
She loves to read non-fiction books and dance along to Beyonce.
PropelHer support ambitious women to bridge the gap between ambition and achievement. PropelHer helps women, employees, and entrepreneurs, who are feeling unfulfilled professionally to move forward and achieve professional success. There is a strong focus on personal development and in addition to 1:1 coaching, PropelHer runs a book club (meeting physically in London and online)
I believe that success shouldn’t be a mystery. Anyone can have success regardless of race, gender, sexuality, class or more. However, it has been hidden away and so many people have been told it isn’t for them. I want to demystify success. I want to empower women to believe in themselves, to acknowledge their true desires and build the confidence to follow them. I want to support women to be financially independent so she can provide the standard of life she wants for herself and never has to rely on anyone else.
I started with PropelHer’s Book Club in London. This was a great way for me to begin to build a local community, understand more about the struggles ambitious women face, develop my leadership skills and improve my personal development knowledge. I was a part of The Clique Academy last year, which saw me finally launching the PropelHer website and since then I have been building my community and focusing on 1:1 coaching services.
I want a life where I can truly be myself day and night in my abilities are enough for me to be seen as a professional and I don’t have to change my accent, vocabulary, dress style etc.
The community helps to keep me accountable and not feel alone. It is also useful to see what other people are doing.
I loved the ethos behind YES SUPPLY. The idea of finding your own yes. I believe everyone is different and wanted to find a community that embraces that rather than teaching everyone to do everything the same.
I love the Good Morning Beautiful commandments especially around the fact that so many women start the day of negatively (whilst getting dressed) and that Good Morning Beautiful is a self-love routine.
Want to join a community of ambitious female creatives and entrepreneurs who are creating their YES in life? Join the yes supply collective.