Judymay Murphy is a celebrated international motivational speaker and success coach who has been working at the top of her industry for the past fifteen years. As well having regular television slots (on BBC, ABC, CBS to name a few), she has also been an executive coach across multiple industries and companies including Coca Cola, O2 (Telefonica) and Disney.

Judymay is highly skilled in NLP, transactional analysis, CBT, Enneagram and systems thinking. She uses these skills, as well as her own change models (which she has been creating and teaching for the last ten years) to leverage the power of the individual to affect real progress.


The memory: The first time I had a line of 100 people for a book signing at the Book Expo in New York back in the early 2000s when my first book came out with HCI in America.

The moment of the day: Sunrise when the streets around my Covent garden home are starting to wake up.

The movie: Born Yesterday (1950) with William Holden and Judy Holliday - genius script and acting. About a women who was written off claiming her place in the world and learning what she needs to learn.

The hero: Anyone who refuses to settle for the low standards that society expects of them.

The book: ‘The Brain That Changes Itself,’ by Norman Doidge - I'm big into neuroplasticity

The pet hate: When people don't have a big dream and go for it with full passion. Time's a-tickin', people!

The beauty product: Sleep and water. These solve most problems, not just beauty ones.

The piece of advice: Your dream is not some distant land, it's a method, a way of showing up daily that results in the ultimate outcome

The hobby: Learning languages (I now speak five languages, some more fluently than others), Russian is the toughest.

The celebrity: I coach a lot of celebs in LA and London, so if I named one I would hurt others, and you never want to hurt a celebrity.

The virtue: No meat, no alcohol, no dairy, no processed food.

The vice: I forget to go outside.