My name is Lape Soetan.  I am a love coach and I help single women find true love.

Lape Soetan the love coach lapesoetan.com

My name is Lape Soetan.  I am an author and love coach.  I help single women find true love.  If you’ve been in relationships that have caused you more pain than pleasure, if you’ve been single for so long you’ve almost lost hope of being in a relationship, if you want to find true love but don’t know how, I can help. Don’t get me wrong, being married is not the be-all and end-all but it’s nice to have someone you love on your side.

I should know.  I was a single in my 30s for years before I got married.  Friends often asked how I stayed happy as a single woman over 30 in Nigeria.  Our society can be tough on the older single woman but somehow, I stayed happy and ultimately found the right man for me.

If you want to know how to stay happy while you’re single and also effortlessly attract the right man for you into your life, I can help.   There’s a ton of free information on my site as well as my coaching packages, books and more which can help YOU get the relationship you want.

I have been in your shoes.  I know what it is to despair of finding love and I know what to do to get the kind of love that makes you praise God every time you think of your partner. I can help you find that kind of love.   Email me using lape(at)lapesoetan(dot)com to book a 1 hour one-on-one coaching session with me and we will start on the path to finding love for YOU.

Professional Bio

Lape Soetan is an author and love coach.  She has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Ibadan and an MBA from the University of Leicester, UK.  She is a marketing and communication professional and creator of this award-nominated blog, lapesoetan.com

She  has worked in communication for the better part of 10 years and has been involved in creating some of Nigeria’s most memorable advertising for multinational brands like Coca-Cola, Fanta, Total and more.  Lape’s experience spans advertising, corporate communication, social and digital media as well as event management.

Lape is an avid writer and author. She has had articles published in ThisDay, The Guardian, The Punch and other newspapers and was a freelance writer for True Love West Africa magazine for 5 years.  To buy  her books, click here.

Lape is a social-media enthusiast, has experience running the social media accounts of small and large businesses and has a wealth of experience in online content creation and information architecture.

Lape is available for writing, speaking  and coaching arrangements.  She speaks on a range of topics from careers to writing, blogging, relationships and travel.  To see  her videos, visit her YouTube channel.

Lape has a free resources library packed with free e-books, audios and more.  To get into the free access library and also get free love tips every week, click here.  If you have any enquiries about her services, send an email to info(at)lapesoetan(dot)com.

For information on Lape’s coaching services and packages or to book her to speak at an event, send an email to lape(at)lapesoetan(dot)com

 

COACHING TESTIMONIALS

I had been single for a while when I decided to have a coaching session with Lape.  During the session, she gave me some tips which I practiced.  Within a month, I was happier and found that I was attracting amazing men.  Today, I’m in a happy relationship.  I’m so glad I had that session with Lape.

Abiodun G.

A while ago, I was in an unhealthy relationship with an unavailable guy.  I saw this man as my saviour.  I knew I had to stop seeing him but I was afraid of putting a stop to it because I felt my world would end if I stopped seeing him.  One day I was going through Twitter and came across this book by Lape Soetan titled ‘How to be a Single Woman in your 30s in Lagos’ so I sent her an email that I would like to talk to her.  I never knew she would reply because I have tried mailing bloggers in this field in the past and have been ignored.

To my surprise Lape replied and then we started talking.  I narrated my story to her and unlike other people who would throw me a pity party, this amazing young woman told me practical things to do and from there she has been taking me through classes via the phone and social media.  Today, I’m happy.  I’m still a work in progress but I have put an end to the relationship and am doing better.  I’m now even looking forward to working with her to help other ladies out there going through the same thing.

Sumbo Olanrewaju

Lape Soetan isn’t just a coach, she’s a friendly and humble person who is ever ready to listen to you and isn’t judgmental.  I felt elated after our session.

-Aderinsola Majekodunmi

My coaching sessions with Lape have been useful.  They opened my eyes to things that I didn’t even know were important.

-Isi I.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT MY BOOKS

Happiness Handbook for the Single Lady

This book is so on point.  It spoke to me right away.  Keep up the good work!

-Renee Olivia

7 Steps to Meeting the One

How to be a single woman in your 30s in Lagos.

Short, precise and very smart.  Really worth my time and money.

–Seyi Ogunjobi OluOla

It’s a good write-up.  Being single is not a curse though the Nigerian society tends to discriminate directly or indirectly making it seem like being married is the ultimate.  Well done.

–Justina Emanuel

The honesty of the book makes it applicable to both men and women, great work!

–Eniola Somorin

Refreshing and witty.  Well done.

–Amaka Onyeabo

Definitely a must read for every single girl in her late 20s or 30s in Lagos, Nigeria, UK, USA, everywhere.  I like how Lape opens up and lets us see her in this book.  It comes from her experiences and it clicks.  The only thing I wish is that it wasn’t so bloody short.  I am married but yet I wanted to read more.  I wanted the book to go on.

–Yetunde Ajayi

Nice, short, simple and straight to the point.  Loved the flowing style of your book. Well done.

 -Tolu Haastrup

Download a free copy of Happiness Handbook for the Single Lady here.  To buy my other books, click here.

 

Photograph by Dipo Soetan