Meet Our Patron | Sue Stone

Sue Stone is a Happiness and Empowerment Coach and Business Mentor who has turned her own life around after hitting rock bottom emotionally and financially in 1999. Sue was desperately unhappy and left with over a quarter of a million pounds’ worth of debt following her marriage breakdown. She faced the terrifying repossession of her family home and the reality of 3 young children to bring up alone with no income. The turning point came when Sue had just £10 left in her purse and no idea where the next penny would come from.

Sue was not prepared to accept that this was going to be ‘it’ and set about discovering ways to improve her life. Her pursuit of happiness led Sue to researching the power of our thoughts, subconscious mind and the science that supports this ancient wisdom.

Her logical and methodical mind drove her to delve deeply into her research and on understanding the fundamental principle that we get more of what we focus on, she made it her mission to work on herself and reprogram her thinking with incredible results.

Sue lives and breathes all that she has learnt and has totally transformed her life to one of complete happiness, inner peace and personal fulfilment.

Empowerment, Happiness and Life Style Coach, Business Mentor and Motivational Speaker; Sue’s clientele span from everyday people to celebrities and city high-fliers.  She now dedicates her life to helping others.

Sue is a regular contributor to the media and was featured in Channel 4’s successful TV series, The Secret Millionaire on 24th May 2011 and Hotel GB with Gordon Ramsay, Gok Wan, Mary Portas, Phil Spencer and other stars. Sue featured in Channel 4’s “How’d You Get So Rich”, presented by the Canadian comedienne Katherine Ryan in April 2017. She is the author of ‘Love Life, Live Life’. Check out Sue’s website to learn more about her work: http://suestone.com

The Fletcher Foundation is very fortunate and proud to have Sue Stone as Patron. Her positivity and wealth of knowledge in utilising the power of thoughts and the subconscious mind is a great asset to our charity and the people we are aiming to support.


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