About Me

I’ve spent much of my life studying how to get the most out of life. Why? Partly because I’m curious, and partly because often the advice we’re given is from people who are trying to sell us something. e.g. corporations.

That doesn’t mean that it’s always wrong, but it’s always good to explore things in more detail.

I’ve managed to apply what I’ve learned in most areas of life, and am now pretty content with my life. Sure, there are a few things I’d like to improve, but that’s only natural.

I studied formally at Coach U a few years ago, so I could learn how to coach others. I really enjoy it, and would continue coaching even if I had all the money in the world!

But it’s easy for me to tell you I’m a good coach. It might be more helpful if you could read the opinion of a few people I’ve worked with:


“Ed is a very highly skilled professional coach but still extraordinary in the way he combines compassion in serious topics with an extra touch of humour.

His excellent skills in finding core values in one’s life make the changes easy, and the results from a coaching session with Ed always have an immediate effect in both one’s personal and professional life.

I would particularly recommend Ed for professionally successful clients who want a more joyful, playful and balanced life.”

Birgitta Granstrom
Founder of the LifeSpider System, PCC Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

Ed is a very positive, warm-hearted and vibrant person. He really cares about people and is highly supportive in them achieving their goals. He is a pleasure to be on team with and I highly recommend him.

Anne Watts
Facilitator at the Human Awareness Institute, Author of: Cure Money Madness, Reclaiming Your Authentic Self, and Maturing as an Art Form

If you’d like to really improve your life, instead of putting up with the same old same old, contact me now to get started.


Please note: I changed my name in 2006, from Edward M Wilkinson to Ed Love.

Why? Largely, to help keep me focused on what I value above all else.

Ever since then, every time I say or write my name, it reminds me of love.