Jessica Goh is not your ordinary life coach, she empowers men and women to reconnect to their self-confidence through self-acceptance. She has helped men and women who suffer from depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, low self-esteem and mid-life crisis experiences. Her work has resulted in clients reconnecting with their parents, discovering their self-worth and happiness, experience successful career change and payrise in their income. Her greatest passion is to inspire the world to love and accept themselves for who they are. Jessica believes that life brings us challenges so we can become our authentic self. 

Jessica Goh as a speaker has the ability to explore personal topics on self-confidence, career change and family dynamics with tremendous honesty, warmth, presence and vulnerability, drawing from personal experiences that has redefine her self-confidence. She is a confidence teacher and leave audiences feeling uplifted and heartfelt with insights to spiritual change. She is a speaker for Mind Body Spirit festival in Sydney and has presented at Ultimo TAFE and Crown Group.

If you would love to book Jessica as a speaker at your event or as a guest blogger (check out her confidence blog on eharmony), please submit the enquiry form below. This is a valuable step in helping me to help you when we connect.

I can't wait to work with you!

Big Love,

Jessica Goh

From left to right: Jessica with Australia's Got Talent, Minnie Cooper hosting a fashion event to sharing styling tips at a marketing event.

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From left to right: Jess presenting at Crown Property Group and to a career networking event.

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On the third right: Jess contributed her time to impart her business experiences with TAFE fashion students in Ultimo TAFE.


Below: Jess presented Restore Your Confidence & Inner Peace at Mind Body Spirit festival in Sydney held at ICC