Hi, I'm Clinton. 

I grew up labeled "slow, unfocused, and someone that would not amount to much". For most of my life, I accepted those labels as I heard them so routinely in school they had become part of my identity. I accepted mediocrity and was slowly letting my dreams die.

2012 was a year that changed my life.


After experiencing my second panic attack in my short career I realised that I needed to get help.

It was during this process that I discovered I had ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) and had been living with an undiagnosed mental health disorder for most of my life. 

Being diagnosed with ADHD helped me understand myself and accept that some of the challenges I had faced in my life could be explained.


While it offered some respite, it was truly the start of a lifelong journey of understanding myself and how the mind works which has helped bring tremendous clarity into my life. 

Over the years I have grown to understand myself better and with the help of coaches and books, I have been able to equip myself with enough knowledge that today I am able to help others. 


Once you learn how to master your mind and learn how to leverage it effectively, you can turn it into a superpower. 

I am truly fascinated by the potential that exists in each one of us because we have the ability to surpass even our wildest imagination of what is possible.


Making the decision to change is the first step, and that can typically be the most daunting.

What I do know is that if you want to change anything in your life - 

  • Your habits and routines

  • Your fitness and health

  • Your career and money

  • Your relationships

It all starts with you. It starts with your mindset. 



Here you will find collections of the tools and strategies that I have used in my own life to help me on my journey to living to my fullest potential. I have also included links to resources that I frequently use. Not sure where to start? Why not check out my blog posts.


"If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves."

Thomas Edison