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How Travel Can Create Cathartic Moments

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Summer is often a time for travel and here  not-for-profit executive Courtney Spence answers the question "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" She notes how the art and journey of traveling has helped her find breakthrough moments in her life. As she points out the trips do not need not be exotic - it is about the experiences that make a trip and leave a positive and inspirational impact on your life.  As Founder and Executive Director, Courtney Spence leads the organization, Students of the World. It sets out to empower college students to use film, photography, and journalism to tell stories of global issues and the organizations working to address them. Meanwhile if you are serious about personal development, particularly personal development and your career, I think you will find our new programme interesting. It is at this link   http://gettingtherewithwisewolf.com/ Wendy Mason is a career coach working mainly with mana

Personal Change – Why Having a Personal Development Mindset Is Important For Each One of Us | WiseWolf Talking - the WiseWolf Coaching Blog

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Personal Change – Why Having a Personal Development Mindset Is Important For Each One of Us A personal development mindset means that you take responsibility for understanding yourself as an individual and for identifying and developing your own strengths and talents. It means you take control and become responsible for your own life and what you make of it – you take control of your own success and happiness. But you can receive  support from others  in developing the mindset and in helping you to develop yourself. Personal development includes understanding your values and living in accordance with them. This in turn....You can read more at Personal Change – Why Having a Personal Development Mindset Is Important For Each One of Us | WiseWolf Talking - the WiseWolf Coaching Blog Wendy Mason is a career coach working mainly with professional women who want to make that jump to senior level while maintaining a good work/life balance. Before working as a coach, Wendy