Season’s Greetings 2014 and a Very Happy New Year
Season’s Greetings 2014 – This comes to wish you the happiest of holiday breaks and the very best in 2014.
This has been a very mixed year for many of us but I hope it has been a very good year for you!
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 loved.
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 the article at this link http://wisewolftalking.com/2013/12/05/your-december-stock-take-time-for-a-review/ should help you do just that.
I have news of special offers.
Readers who quote “Winter 2013 offer” before 31/1/14 will receive a 10% discount on my usual Career and Life Coaching rate. This is in addition to my offer of a trial free half hour coaching session by phone or Skype.
To celebrate my birthday on 19th December and the Winter Season, on two special days, 19th December 2013 and 24th December 2013, you can download my novels, The Wolf Project and Blood Brothers, from Amazon for free. I believe you, or members of your family, will enjoy them and I would very much welcome Amazon reviews! Find out more about the books at these links;
Wendy’s UK Amazon Page
On those two days the novels are available for free to all.
I hope you and your family have the most wonderful holiday break and a brilliant New Year.
If there is anything I can do to help you overcome a problem at work or at home, please get in touch.
We are looking forward to providing you with more advice and resources to support your job search and career development in 2014.