I’m Cassandra Goodman, Founder of the Centre for Self-Fidelity.

I’m so glad that you’re here.

I support busy, big-hearted leaders to experience true empowerment, by reconnecting to the truth of who they are.

Essentially, I’m an authenticity activator.

Have you lost touch with your compassion, courage, connectedness, playfulness, or creativity?

Do you feel like you are just skimming the surface of your potential at work?

You’re not alone, and you’re in the right place.

Now more than ever, it is essential that we activate the fullness of our individual and collective human potential. Leaders who find the courage to be true to themselves at work engender psychological safety, trust, creativity, innovation, engagement, well-being and performance.

Those who work with me can expect to transform their relationship with themselves and all others.


Over 400 years ago, Shakespeare gave us the wonderful line This above all: to thine own self be true.

Today, these words of wisdom are more important than ever.

But the question is how.

How can you be true to yourself when you live in a world that pushes you to compare, comply, conform, contort and compromise?

Well, we all need a practice to support us.

This is the practice of self-fidelity.

Self-fidelity is the practice of being true to our essential nature. It’s a faithfulness to the vibrant expression of our most authentic and powerful ways of being. Self-fidelity is the opposite of self-betrayal.  It’s the rejection of the belief that we need to change who we are to succeed. Instead, self-fidelity is based on the awareness that vitality, meaning and success flow from freeing ourselves to be who we are.

The practice supports the expansion of our working lives to allow space for all that we are, and all we yearn to become.

Self-fidelity empowers us to activate more of our unique potential, giving others permission to do the same.

The practice offers a life-long learning loop woven from the threads of:

Waking Up:

Remembering you’re not your thoughts

Letting Be:

Reconnecting to the truth of who you are

Letting Go:

Releasing the things that weigh you down

Letting In:

Restoring vitality

In the same way you might practice yoga to reconnect to your body, or practice meditation to reconnect to your inner wisdom, you can practice self-fidelity to reconnect to the truth of who you are.

Imagine a future where…

  Your enough-ness was off the table.

You knew that you had nothing to prove to anyone.

You trusted deeply in your worthiness, goodness and uniqueness.

Your work was infused with a sense of lightness and play.

You finished most working days feeling alive and uplifted .

By becoming a self-fidelity practitioner you can experience all of this, and much more.


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I founded The Centre for Self Fidelity to offer coaching, training and support to a growing community of self-fidelity practitioners.

The purpose of the centre is to enable the activation of our individual and collective human potential through the practice of self-fidelity.

Learn more about our programs here.

I love asking self-fidelity pioneers this question:  What challenge or problem has the practice of self-fidelity helped you to solve or better navigate?

This is what they say:

“It has been a game changer for me”

“It has helped me over come anxiety and limiting beliefs”

“I am no longer afraid to challenge my career path.

“It’s perspective changing”

“It has helped me navigate my “why”

“It’s a worthy cause and a course on life rolled into one “

“It has heightened my self-awareness and the way I navigate the challenges and choices I make

“It is enabling me to consciously slow down at moments of my choosing and bring a real sense of ‘peace of mind’ to my work day”

“It’s giving me a new, refreshing viewpoint to work from”



Are You Being True To Yourself? Use my Reflective Enquiry Tool to find out.

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