‘The therapy is good and the coaching will change your life,’ says Prince Harry


Harry addressed the summit saying: “From Better-up’s perspective, the goal is the democratization of coaching to make sure we can get it to the masses.” I think we are a product of our upbringing and what we are exposed to as young children.

He continued: “The majority of us in this room, especially me… 99.9% of people on planet Earth are currently dealing with some kind of unresolved grief, trauma or loss. . And most of what we suppress, society doesn’t really encourage us to bring to the surface.

The Duke of Sussex, Chief Impact Officer of BetterUp and Alexi Robichaux, CEO of BetterUp, at the Masters of Scale Summit

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‘[…] I was going through life thinking there was only one way to live and therapy burst that bubble. Then, when I found my way into coaching, the next bubble burst, and all of a sudden I realized that now I had perspective and a great understanding of my value. I found a confidence that I never thought I had.

During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s 2020 interview with Oprah Winfrey, which caused a media sensation, Harry addressed his relationship with therapy. The Duke credited Meghan with the reason he went to therapy. “I knew that if I didn’t go through therapy and fix myself, I was going to lose this woman that I saw myself spending the rest of my life with,” he said.


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