Who are you?
My name is Kaisa Peni, I was born in Helsinki in 1978 and live most of my childhood in Mäntsälä. Right now I am living in Laukaa in Central Finland.
What’s your situation in life right now?
I am a mother to a large family, and a grandmother to my threelovely grandchildren.
My family includes my husband and our 12 children, and a bichon havannese called Bella.
What’s your education?
I’m an experienced stay-at-home mother.
I have vocational education and training in home economics.
I have also studied laser-electric acupuncture, coaching, productization, NLP, Theta Healing, and various kinds of studiesand courses in finance and well-being. I’m a student for life.
What do you mostly do now?
Mostly I offer well-being courses online, and various treatments.
Why do you do what you do?
When I was living in a difficult situation and dealing with difficultproblems, I decided that I would help other families in theirtough times after I had handled my own situation. Basically my own experiences and the needs of other people have driven me to do what I do. I have always felt like if I can help someonewith my own unique skills, I will do it.
Treatments which I offer support my coaching, and helpos otherpeople with well-being. As a big family needs a lot of timesometimes, I also like that I can choose my own workingschedule.
Do you have any hobbies?
Music, especially singing is the one specific hobby mostimportant to me. I have sung in both choirs and solo. I am alsoextremely interested in all things finance and investing.
Do you do volunteer work?
I am involved in a finnish organization focusing on supportinfinancial education in Finland, and I am one of the co-foundersof Rahanaiset-group.
What kind of difficulties have you faced in your life?
Everything hasn’t always gone like I had hoped to. I was bulliedin my youth, and I also had problems with intoxicants. In my adult life I have encountered the worse side of human behavior. I also barely avoided personal bankcruptcy, which taught me a lot.
Who or what have been your greatest teachers in life?
My own parents, my children, and the difficulties I have faced in my life.
What have the difficulties taught you?
Humanity. That everything isn’t exactly like it seems. I’velearned about my own limits. Self-appreciation. Love. Forgiveness. Focusing on