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Home story with Adela Kohl



"Bringing my services to the right clients immediately made me feel more confident because I can see that my work is being valued. That motivates a Lot!"


Ade is not just an incredible coach and mother, but also an amazing person, and to top it off, she's my sister. It's always a pleasure to photograph her. From the time I started my photography school, she has been my practice model and has been a part of all my photography journeys. Together, we have won contests and created some stunning art.



Our last photoshoot was a Home story, and I must say, it's my favorite type of personal branding shoot. These shoots are personal, authentic, and enable me to connect with my clients on a deeper level, helping them feel their most confident and beautiful self.

I asked Ade a couple of questions so you can find out more about her home story experience:




How does your perfect morning look like?

My perfect morning starts with a cup of Matcha latte that has a special "time to connect to myself" flavor.

Then, I take a long walk with my dog Sky at the lake and enjoy the nature. After that, I sit in my home office and start the creative part of the day. I write my book, record a podcast or organize a new workshop.


What inspires you the most?

I am always inspired by people who live instead of just surviving and their story on how they got there.


Who are your clients?

My clients are people who know they deserve more from life but don't know how to get there. They are interested in personal development, absorbing a lot of information but they can't make any visible improvements. They come to me because they realized that mindset and relationships are the place to look at when talking about a fulfilled life and they are ready to start the process to get there.








What is your biggest challenge?

My biggest challenge is to accept that I can't save everyone and that people only understand from their level of perception


How did you feel after our branding strategy coaching and photo session?

I felt more connected with my vision and goals. It helped me define my audience and how that changes everything. Bringing my services to the right clients immediately made me feel more confident because I can see that my work is being valued. That motivates a Lot!


If you could give someone only one piece of advice, what would that be?

Always concentrate on being connected with yourself and others because at the end of the day, this will matter more than you think.







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