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Springing into Action

Wendy's Spring Newsletter

by Wendy Mason

Hi there , I hope the year so far has been kind to you and yours. Sadly, for so many, it has not been particularly happy and I'm hoping with the spring comes relief for us all.

I hope you find the articles here useful and if you know someone who is struggling with a challenge at work you may wish to pass on to them the offer below.

As for me, well I continue to combine life and career coaching and creative writing. My clients come from all walks of life and, courtesy of Skype, from different parts of the world. Most are at a life or career cross-roads and many are trying to balance a challenging work load with a satisfying family life. They are a joy to work with and the posts below are ones that they have found particularly useful.

The items below come from my two blogs
WiseWolf Talking – the WiseWolf Coaching – my blog which focuses mainly on career development and job search
And
WiseWolf’s Your Happiness Factor focuses on life in the round including the odd recipe and lots of tips for dealing with stress.

Dealing With a Boss Who Feels Jealous

Bosses, like all of us, come with any of the range of human weaknesses and one of them can be jealousy.

There you are, a senior manager who has worked hard to get to this level. You are good and you know it. But you are not always sure those above appreciate you. Then, along comes this bright young team member. It appears to you that for them everything comes effortlessly.

Those parts of the work that you find difficult, they find easy. Plus your own boss has begun already to notice how good they are. Can you see how a jealous boss might emerge?
What do you do? You can read the rest of the post at this link


The Simplest Way to Relax

Most relaxation techniques combine breathing more deeply with relaxing your muscles.

Don't worry if you find it difficult to relax at first. It's a skill that needs to be learned and it will come with practice.

Practice for three to five minutes, two to three times a day! You can use this technique whenever you feel the need to calm down!

You can read the rest of this post at this link


What is Personal Development?


Personal development is a way that you can develop yourself; sometimes alone, sometimes with support from others.

Personal development can help you identify and develop your talents and potential.
You can improve your career opportunities, enhance the quality of your life and contribute to the realization of your dreams and aspirations.

You can read the rest of the post at this link


Don't forget I offer a free half hour coaching session by phone or Skype to potential new clients and I am very happy to offer a further 10% discount to you, your friends and family if they mention this Newsletter.
I wish you every happiness and success over the coming months.

Warm regards
Wendy


wendymason@wisewolfcoaching.com
http://wisewolfcoaching.com

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