Christmas Seasonal Greetings from Wendy
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Welcome to my Christmas Newsletter for  2013

So Christmas comes round once again and, of course, much more quickly than we expect. 

2013 has been a momentous year for me, full of a rich mixture of highs and lows. I’ve had an opportunity to work with some amazing clients which is always inspiring. I go on learning – in November I was awarded an advanced diploma in life coaching with a distinction. And this year I published my first novel with a second one in October. Now I’m working on book three together with a television play – so 2014 should be exciting. But there has been sadness this year too; like many others, I’ve lost people that I love.

I hope that 2013 for you has had far more ups than downs and that you finish the year with a real appreciation of all that you have achieved so far. December is a great month to take stock and one of the articles below is intended to help you do just that.

News of a special offer

I have news of a special offer - readers of this Newsletter who quote “Christmas 2013 offer” will receive a 10% discount on the usual coaching rate. This is in addition to my offer of a trial free half hour coaching session by phone or Skype.
I hope you and your family have the most wonderful Christmas break and a brilliant New Year and, if there is anything I can do to help you overcome a problem at work or at home, please get in touch.

Warm regards

Office Parties

Manage the risks

The coming office party season can create worries for both employers and employees. But it can be an event where you behave professionally and still have fun. It provides a great opportunity to socialize with co-workers and with manager that you wouldn’t normally mingle with and if you follow the advice below you should be able to handle the coming office party season with confidence and grace. Read on..

Manage the stresses of Christmas

Stressful situations can happen at home as well as at work and Christmas is a particularly stressful time. If you've coped with a lot of stress at work then dealing with the extra stress of Christmas at home may make you feel overwhelmed.
What happens in stress is that your body goes into overdrive and you may find yourself with
  • Pounding heart
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pains
  • Feeling faint
  • Sweating
  • Nausea
  • With shaking limbs and jelly legs
More of this article here

Time to reflect and take stock

Once a year it is a great thing to undertake a personal stock-take. This can give you the foundation for facing the New Year with confidence. The purpose of this review is to gain insight into some key dimensions of your work and life and to give you more clarity in career development.
Your career priorities change as your life and learning progresses. Regular review is integral to your continuing professional development.
Here are some questions to ask. You could try to get feedback from those around you as well as your self-evaluations. Continue reading the rest of this article
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