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Short version: Suzannah Galland, a life advisor and relationship expert, has shared her advice on platforms from magazines, like Forbes, to TV shows like “America’s Next Top Model.” She focuses on spurring breakthroughs in a range of areas from her clients’ careers to their romantic lives. She also plans to present her advice in quick-hit videos designed to accommodate the busy schedules of modern professionals. Ultimately, she wants to develop a broader reach and inspire people to trust and follow their intuition.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s company, Goop, isn’t one to dole out unwarranted praise, but if Goop praises you, you must be doing something right. The company has only high praise for life advisor Suzannah Galland.
“The most touching and beautiful testimonial of my work has come from Goop,” said Suzannah. “They said my methods are magic, my intuition is spot on, and my advice is actionable.’”
Despite that glowing recommendation, Suzannah remains humble. Of Goop’s high praise, she said, “I don’t know if that testimonial says it all, but it’s a tremendous acknowledgment of my work. To have my work with others called ‘magic’ is incredibly moving to me.”
Suzannah has had a relationship with Goop for years, and wrote for the company’s latest book, “The Sex Issue.”
“In the book, we explore the world of sex with relationship experts like myself,” she said. “I share some of my signature Gut Checks and intuitive wisdom to help readers navigate all areas of their life — from relationships to careers.”
Gut Checks are a vital part of Suzannah’s philosophy. They’re reminders to focus on your intuition in all situations, but especially in dating. Intuition won’t lead you astray, even when factors like attractiveness or success can be misleading.
Suzannah’s relationship with the Goop brand didn’t end with the book. She has also led workshops for the public at the InGoop Health LA Summit in California.
“In these workshops, I show an intimate group of individuals the secret to successfully manifesting — or kickstarting — their ideal future in present time,” she explained.
Suzannah’s coaching practice is based on love and personalization, not intimidation or generalization.
“I owe much of my life path to my younger sister,” she said. “Tragically, she passed away at the age of 21, but she inspired a lifelong mission in me: to love.”
In service to that mission, Suzannah encourages her clients to improve their relationships with themselves. Once people trust themselves, they can begin to listen to their intuition to make better decisions.
“I am here to support your adventure to love every facet of your being,” she said. “To give love and to receive love, to love who you are, love the journey of your life, to manifest what you want, and hone your intuition to make the best possible choices.”
Her mission is somewhat unconventional — and so is her coaching style.
“Unlike a traditional, generic life coach that requires a long-term booking commitment, I like to think of myself as a go-to person for life’s issues — or for a much-needed session of profiling lovers and bosses,” she said.
When Suzannah’s clients do need her services, she doesn’t just give them advice or provide them with a checklist of expectations. Instead, she helps them get in touch with what they desire.
“I take my clients’ energy and direct it to a positive outcome,” she said. “In a way, I help them discover what they’re thinking in their hearts. Using a variety of cues and intuitive connections, I help them make decisions and learn how to read the intentions of people in their lives.”
Ultimately, Suzannah doesn’t view her coaching as therapy. Instead, she defines her work in a way similar to Japanese martial arts: Channeling the ways of the harmonious spirit.
Suzannah works with celebrity and high-profile clients — twice even working with the cast of “America’s Next Top Model” — but she’s committed to providing inspiring advice to all types of people.
Suzannah says that her primary focus is helping clients manifest the best version of themselves.
“My clients often call because they have a sense of fear,” she said. “They want answers right away. I help map out exactly the issue they’re facing.”
That fear takes over their lives. Instead of listening to their own intuition, they are debilitated by nerves. Suzannah helps them create plans to listen intently to their intuition and manifest the future they desire.
Most importantly, she knows that if her clients start to focus on what their gut tells them, they’ll be healthier and more positive in all areas of their lives.
“My intuitive hits will not only improve a relationship with themselves but will spill over into all areas of their lives,” she said.
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