Bloom in 2017 – Giveaway

I came across an old Chinese proverb recently…..”It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than make a great leap forward only to stumble backward”.  It struck a chord and reminded me of times, thankfully long past, when like many others I would start the new year optimistically with a list of resolutions.  And, like many people, by say, February or March, I’d be beating myself up or feeling overwhelmed, because my expectations were unrealistic, the resolutions (goals) not well thought through and I was trying to make too many changes at the same time quickly.  Does this sound familiar?

If you started this year with good intentions and a list of resolutions/goals and genuinely are unsure about how to get clear on whether those are the right goals for you, and that they are realistic and achievable, I would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in my giveaway which comprises of the following:

2 x life coaching/advisory sessions (conducted face to face, if you live in London (UK), or via Skype if you live elsewhere).
1 x Bloom in 2017 journal
1 x distance reiki healing session

NOTE: This giveaway is only open to readers of my newsletter – Blooming Women, which is aimed primarily at women midlife and beyond, so if you want to enter, sign up to it.

To enter:-
Let me know in the comments section, how you feel you would benefit from personal coaching.  A winner will be chosen using an online random name picker.  The winner will be notified via email within 72 hours of the giveaway ending.  There will then be 7 days to respond to the notification.  If no acknowledgement received or the winner declines the offer, another winner will be chosen.

Good luck!

2 thoughts on “Bloom in 2017 – Giveaway

  1. I really need some personnel coaching at this time in my life. I feel like I have no direction. I returned to work after the Christmas break to be told that my service will be cut in the next round of budget cuts in the council that I work for and I will be made redundant in march 2018. I am a professional youth worker and have been for 29 years. All councils across the U.K. have already cut their youth services. There are no longer jobs available. I need to find a new direction. I’m a single parent . I would really like some support with turning this into an opportunity . Something new but I’m worried that I could end up applying for jobs on the basis that I can do them and they pay enough rather than something new and exciting. Could I start a business? What can I do that’s meaningful and fulfilling?

    1. Hi Jayne, thanks for visiting and participating! So sorry to hear that the position you hold with your local council will be no longer, as of March next year. Very daunting and I can sense your anxiety about what the future holds and you mention being a single parent. But, its great that you are starting to consider new possibilities (i.e. starting a business) – this could be the way forward (I’ve seen and love your artwork)!

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