Julien Fortuit

“My job is to awaken possibility in other people.”

- Benjamin Zander

Hours under my belt

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Accreditations & Certifications

Certified NLP & TLT™ Master Practitioner of The American Board of Neuro-Linguistic Programming & Time Line Therapy™ Association Inc.
(ABNLP & TLTA)

Certified Coach of the International Coach Federation
(ICF)

Accredited Master Coach & Mentor (MCM) of the International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring (IAPC&M)

Certified Member of the International Institute for Complementary Therapists
(IICT)
Accredited Senior Member (SM) of the Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists & Hypnotherapists
(ACCPH)
Accredited Senior Practitioner (SP) member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council
(EMCC)
Certified Professional Executive Coach (PEC) from the Association for Professional Executive Coaching & Supervision™
(APECS)

Certified Member of the International International Coaches Register
(ICR)

Sometimes we create our opportunities, and other times, they come along and present themselves to us.

Which means we’re always being asked to envision the future.

And at the same time, to notice what’s right in front of our face.

When I was younger, I knew I wanted to work in luxury goods, so as a student in business school, I found my way into Chanel with a friendly conversation and a pack of Dunhill Light cigarettes.

Over the years, I transitioned from operational marketing to finance control to high-end distribution to customer experience and business development. My resume is pumped with industrious concepts like “exports,” as well as the delicate work of forming partnerships, throwing events with artists, and building the invisible web of my international network.

I’ve worked all over the UK, Europe, North & Latin America, Japan, and most of Asia. A worldview causes you to diversify your portfolio, renew your perspectives, and witness the truth that’s hard to see when bogged down in the murk of corporate dramas and personal lethargy — 

The world is constantly changing. With or without you.

And no amount of mediocrity we stack against it with our short-term strategies, bureaucratic hurdles, or empty marketing campaigns can stop it.

We have to elevate our business imagination as a way of adapting to a world that is asking us to evolve with it…

In turn, this is how we elevate ourselves.

My work as a developer of organisations, and careers involves taking stock of what is, so my clients can reach for what could be. All the while pointing to the opportunities right in front of them, so they have no choice…

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