How will you keep remembering to be A.C.E.?
A Space For is a place for growing what truly matters to you by rebalancing and questioning what you Attend to, how you remain Calm and what is the most Effective way of creating the life you want.

Time and attention are our greatest assets. We can make more money, but we can’t go back in time.
We can’t take back what we said in haste, we can’t capture priceless moments we missed.

I believe you can create a wholesome business without ruining your own health and relationships.
I want to support genuine and collaborative leaders who drive profit and purpose in their sustainable humanity+ businesses, whilst enjoying a growth-minded and wholesome life.

What is your version of an Attentive, Calm and Effective life?
What do you need to create a space for?
Click here for more on my coaching approach – for one-to-one and for teams.

Jen is a very unique coach, to say she is inspirational would be too bland a comment as Jen has a depth and compassion that brings out the best in anyone who is fortunate to be in her presence. Her ability in making every person feel valued and special in whatever coaching environment is taking place, obviously brings great vision and confidence to the person(s) involved. Having spent the past 25 years coaching at various level and been coached by some incredible people, Jen Mak would always be classed as one of the best I’ve worked or have been involved with.

Paul Abraham

Jen is an incredibly good listener, mindful and non-judgemental. She challenged me towards my goals and the coaching sessions we have had had a very positive impact on my productivity and mindset towards to-do-lists, and such in a very short amount of time! Jen provided very helpful time management tools I will keep using for the coming years too!

Lucile Allen-Paisant

Jen helped me to find some easy methods to make better use of my time each week. I am setting up my own business while doing the day job and I can find it hard to pick up where I left off in between work and family priorities. Jen really listened, with no judgment, so I could be open and honest quickly about my frustrations. She got to know what my concerns and problems were, and helped by suggesting useful tools for managing my time. I’ve now got stronger at saying no to some things, because there simply isn’t enough time to do everything ‘now’, but I have also made sure to book in time for family and friends by planning ahead what I want to achieve each week and also working backwards from longer term goals.

Loretta Jones