Your worth is the pathway to your wellbeing

Knowing ourself deeply, meeting ourself and others with compassion, being brave and vulnerable, and feeling belonging… this is the work of our heart. Our heart whispers, you know; it whispers to us of our worth. And I’ve seen, through working with hundreds of people—from C-level execs and corporate teams, to mid-life women and neurodiverse children—that our worth is the pathway to our wellbeing. Even when our bodies are physically failing us, we can feel well when we remember our worth.

Let me help you remember. 

Hi, I’m Tui

Coach, facilitator, therapist, author, speaker… my title means little; it’s what I actually do that’s meaningful.

I help organisations build stability for agility through strengths-based principles and heart-centered practices. I help individuals soften their inner critic so they can step into their full potential. Often, I’m sought out in times of transition—those times where friction is high, where there’s resistance and fear.

I help people trust through change.

This is about positive psychology, emotional culture, daring leadership and ultimately, wellbeing. It is remembrance and re-authoring. It is identity and integrity; gathering all parts and weaving them whole. 


Authentic leadership means knowing your values and strengths, and honouring them with intention and integrity. To know yourself is to meet the greatest friend you’ll ever have. With this clarity comes stability. With stability comes agility. With agility comes new reservoirs of resilience.


We live in a world of critics, the loudest of which resides in our head. We live in a world of uncertainty, and suicides resulting daily. Underneath it all lies a common humanity that is suffering. With compassion, we can liberate the curious minds, creative thinkers, and daring leaders we need right now.


We’re getting more inclusive of people and cultures, but what about emotions? Permission to feel gives us permission to be human, to better understand the invisible threads that bind us. With a strong emotional culture we are more happy and inspired, and less burnt out.

“She’s opened our peoples’ minds to what ‘wellbeing’ means”

– Kirstin Cooper, CBRE

Some organisations I’ve helped..

“She galvanises long lasting results through pragmatic tools”

– Anna Campbell, Mitre 10

Leaders I Love

Through covid, inspirational leaders have shown up with courage & compassion, providing stability, trust and hope. Leaders like Danielle LaPorte, Dr. Kristin Neff and Dr. Marc Brackett, as well as local activists and experts like Jacqui Macguire, Kate Billing, Dr Sarb Johal and many more!