SalaaM & HellO,
I’m LaYinkA !

Transformation Coach & Change Facilitator

I specialise in being your partner in progress to co-create brilliance and positive change.

I’m passionate about the power of collaboration, and I excel in facilitating breakthroughs, optimising mindsets, fuelling growth, and guiding you through a transformative journey to level up in ways that matter to you most.
 

How can I help you?

Here are a few ways:

✨ Developing a winning mindset: I instil a winning mindset by breaking down the limiting mindset

✨ Harnessing personal power: I empower you to break through the same ol’ same ol’ rut and explore refreshing ways of doing things. And it’s always like a breath of fresh air (and I often hear, ‘Why didn’t I do this sooner?’).

✨ Breakthrough the mess: I guide you through complex transformations, converting challenges into remarkable opportunities, leaving you inclined to do a happy dance (I’ve done more happy dances for clients than I can keep track of!).

LaYinka Sanni

My backStory

It was one day in 2014, when I was shocked by the woman I saw in my reflection. After a meltdown with my children, I stood in the bathroom and stared at myself in the mirror. Drained, empty, overwhelmed, frustrated, and lost, I hated the woman I saw. I couldn’t recognise her, and yet I knew, saw, and deeply felt how I was bringing misery, tension, and anger in my home and projecting that onto my family.

It was ugly. And it was tiring.

Staring hard at myself in the mirror, I cried because I didn’t know how I’d allowed myself to get there. I looked at myself and asked a single question that set my heart in motion:

“LaYinka, if you died today, what would your children have to say about you?”

From the answers that came forth — passive aggressive, always shouting, harsh, negative, and complaining — I knew that I couldn’t go out with that legacy. I couldn’t carry on on that trajectory. I couldn’t carry on just pretending everything was okay — faking it and not

making it. I knew something had to change before I lost the people who were important to me and before I lost everything I loved.

So I embarked on the journey to know myself, understand myself, forgive myself, embrace myself, love myself, and become the next best version of myself. I focused on myself, regardless of the messiness going on in my home, because a verse in the Qur’an says:

“Indeed, God will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.”

– Quran: Chapter 13, Verse 11

I evolved and emerged a different woman — softer, kinder, and more open. I grew closer to the woman I believe God created me to be.

Am I a finished product? Not at all. I’m always growing and learning from challenges, the highs, and all the opportunities sent my way, and I remain committed to my lifelong growth journey.

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