April is a Los Angeles based entrepreneurial leadership coach with a deep understanding of the subconscious mind and communication. She’s been a trusted advisor and mentor for over 15 years in the roles of creative director, producer, concept developer, marketing manager and leadership coach for high profile brands and individuals in Europe and the USA. April has successfully coached, among others, board members and the leadership team for H&M — the second-largest global clothing retailer in the world; BMS — one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies and ranked 146th on the Fortune 500 list; Pernod Richard and the Absolut company — one of the largest brands of alcohol beverages in the world.
April spends her free time in nature and in her house in Silver Lake / L.A. and considers herself having a self-appointed PHD in freedom. Practicing Transcendentalism, a kind of practice by which the world of facts is temporarily exchanged for the world of ideas and of imagination, with the purpose to make life better by lifting us above the conflicts and struggles that weigh on us. As these chains fall away, our inner intelligence arises. Most philosophers start with theories, searching for ways in which to practice what they preach. The transcendentalists reversed this procedure: believing that we have the power to learn through our senses and inner world by intuition. Well-known journalist, feminist and teacher Margaret Fuller, and philosopher and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson are examples of early pioneers in American Transcendentalism.
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