Be productive without beating yourself up. Have time for deep work and get your priorities done – without sacrificing your work-life balance.



“Iris is a wonderful coach – she has the ability to develop relationships quickly and engenders trust and respect. I’ve worked with her on my personal productivity systems, line management, being more emphatic and I’m really pleased with the results. I would recommend Iris without question.”

Jamie Meacham, Global Head of Strategic Sourcing, Save The Children International 

I’m a psychological coach developing bespoke productivity systems for entrepreneurs and C-suite professionals. 

I use my degree in psychology to offer evidence-based strategies to help clients overcome procrastination and overwhelm and make the most of their workday.

Together, we design and test a system of habits so they need less willpower and achieve their goals consistently.


Figure out how to be productive consistently – minus the guilt + daily struggle.

I help my clients develop time management systems that work in the long run. Whether you procrastinate lots and struggle to sit down to work, or you get a lot done already and want to optimize your day to focus on your most meaningful work. 

Productivity is not about being able to cross things off your to-do list. It’s a crucial skill so you can build a meaningful life for yourself. 

If you know you could use your time better and have a bigger impact on your life and others, then developing a true productivity system is the next step for you.

If you are…

  • An entrepreneur or leader who wants to have more time for focused deep work
  • An established professional who struggles with procrastination behind the scenes
  • A multipotentialite with plenty of passion projects and personal goals, craving a simple time-management system to manage them all (without making you feel restricted)

…then we may be a good fit. Please have a look at my productivity coaching program.


“Coaching with Iris was like being able to have a conversation with that tiny voice at the back of your mind, that is normally drowned out by doubts and other people’s opinions.” – Rebecca Denton