This week’s blog focuses on the aspects of career development. In my previous post – New Year – all change? – I talked about how the New Year can be a funny old time, with some of us feeling under pressure, unsettled.
The New Year can be a time of reflection, and generally feeling ‘unsettled’. We inadvertently put pressure on ourselves, via resolutions and other means, to change many things in our lives.
It’s a New Year, a new start and for many of us – New Year’s Resolutions! It may also be the first week back at work, or taking the kids to school.
It would be remiss not to write about New Year’s resolutions – as it’s a theme on so many of our minds. In the distant past, I used to feel a little melancholy about the New Year.
So the festive season is nearly upon us and I wanted to remind you of something that’s important but we do not often take the time to do it: Celebrate.
Gratitude isn’t something that is just related to the end of the year, when we can often turn our minds to what we have achieved, what we haven’t achieved. It’s a habit that can be finessed and adopted as part of a healthy mind set.
Many of us will be gearing up for Christmas office parties this week and here are some tips to get you through the festivities with minimal damage and embarrassment!
So how do you keep yourself in ‘Good Elf’ as we head towards this festive season? (Sorry, but I could not resist the pun). Christmas, for those that celebrate it, can mean many different things to different people.
As a coach, I help people set and achieve their life, business or career goals which allows my clients to focus their time and effort on the areas in life that are important to them.
I had cause this week to bring this phrase to my mind this very week! Whoaaa!! Sarah!! Stop!! Either you run the day or the day runs you. I chose the former! I run the day! You have a choice.