Success means something very different to Carey today as opposed to what it did 15 years ago. Back then she thought she was happy living life in the fast lane and working as a music video producer. She thought that she loved her job and it very much defined who she thought she was.
She bought her first property at the age of 24, and her second by the time she was 31. She had a brand new car and thought she 'had it all' until illness and bad fortune was thrust upon her. It actually took misfortune to highlight how very unhappy she was and that she was forever looking for the next 'thing' to 'make her happy'.
In her speech she interacts with her audience throughout, asking them questions that will encourage debate such as “what does success mean to people? What would it take for people to be happy? She will reference human desire and why some people need to continue seeking happiness outside of themselves. Convinced that after the next pay rise, new car, new job, new house, big acting role, being famous, having a nose job etc, etc … they’ll be happy.
The speech culminates in her explaining how people can’t ever be happy if they are constantly chasing happiness: no matter how much wealth they create or how famous they become. Because happiness cannot be purchased, worn, or accumulated or achieved. True happiness is about living in the moment, and feeling content, and happy from within and she will finish the session off by explaining the many ways this can be achieved.
"I had an Achilles injury and was finding it difficult to move forward - I literally couldn`t run at all even after the operation. My coach told me about Carey and I thought that I would give it a try, as I had nothing to lose. During the first session all the pain in my Achilles seemed to just release. We went to a local running track and started tapping, and running, and tapping and running ... this is the first time that i was able to run ... at all! since Carey has shown me how to use tapping technique for pain relief, I have seen a real benefit with the level of pain I`ve felt in my Achilles during training. I think the negative feeling that I was associating with my Achilles definitely made the pain worse. I realised that the injury was definitely linked to emotional issues, now I have dealt with the issues I am pain-free and running at my personal best ready for this years Olympics."
Abi Oyepitan - Olympic 100 & 200 metre sprinter
"I agreed to try a little bit of Carey`s treatment because her genuine and effervescent character is hard to refuse, rather than because of any belief (at all) in her methodologies. As someone who makes his living working with bodies I am happy to accept the less "scientific" concepts such as reflexology and meridian lines, but tapping just seemed plain ridiculous to me. It is no exaggeration to say that I was utterly dumbstruck when after 10 minutes of treatment I had more range in a long-standing injured ankle than at any time in the years since the original injury! Given that I am in a position to receive world class physical therapy I am still astounded when I think back on it almost a year later."
Nick Mitchell – Personal Trainer
“Carey is that very rare thing – a media natural with the looks for TV and the intelligence and integrity to give fantastic quotes for print and on-line journalists. Not only is she a highly skilled Mind Trainer with celebrity clients she’s fast-developing a reputation as one of the most innovative in her field. Hire her!"
Jane Hamiliton – Editor Employment and Consumer Writer at The Sun
"Carey is an exceptional catalyst for change and passionate about helping, sharing awareness and teaching others. She is at the forefront of new information and techniques that will revolutionise the way we regard health and well-being."
Ian Banyard – Social Entrepeneur, Business Trainer & Confidence Coach