Anneleen De Lille

AnneleenDe Lille holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling
(University of Nottingham) and is a certified solution-focused coach. She specialises in changing habits. She discovered her passion for coaching in the United Kingdom, where she studied and worked for four years. In her book Denk Gezond Dieet Gezond (available in Dutch only; in English the title means “Think Healthy, Eat Healthy”; 2017, Lannoo), she shares her insights into how you can break bad habits and develop and keep good ones. Anneleenis an energetic speaker and is unrivalled in her ability to communicate her knowledge in a very accessible and actionable way.

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Think Healthy: From Thinking to Doing

Habits – you have them and you know them. They’re things you can almost do on autopilot. Habits can make your life easier, but occasionally an error slips in there and you develop habits that undermine your goals. And then it’s handy to know how to reprogram your brain. Anneleenwill teach you how to unlearn your bad habits and to develop and keep good ones. She gives practical insights and tips that will enable you to get more of a grip on your routines and thereby get closer to your goals and dreams. To finish, you will take your first steps towards putting a good intention into practice on the basis of a concrete action plan.

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What others think about Anneleen De Lille

“You can tell that Anneleen is 100% passionate about her job and is able to convey this to her audience in a pleasant manner. She is fluent, dynamic, informative and practical. Sitting is alternated with standing and exercises.
Anneleen holds workshops with absolute dedication and a realistically positive mindset. She genuinely tries to help participants and provides familiar examples to illustrate what she is saying. Her workshops are always lively. Her interaction with the audience is strong, and she answers questions with ease.”

Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij

“I really enjoyed Anneleen's presentation style. She had a very open pose, spoke very naturally, English was very good. She moved around in an effective way and tried to keep the audience engaged.”

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