A client emailed me this week asking, ‘Are you still career coaching?’
YES!!! I am. 🙂 She pointed out that my last post was written in 2019 about the business awards. Well, here I am with what’s been happening in my world since December 2019.
🌸 I had an office built (thought I’d start with the big news!)
🌸 My chickens went broody three times and I now have six lovely chooks (2 roosters!!!)
🌸 I worked with many clients in Melbourne over Zoom who had been affected by redundancy. What I found was that…1) It took longer for them to find their ideal role…2) They valued my support more than ever on helping keep them feeling motivated and positive in the times of lockdown…3) My clients all got jobs that were in their field and rewarding.
🌸 I started a radio show with my friend Ange who is a counsellor. The show is about mental health and wellbeing, called Mind Ya Head and airs each Wednesday at 9am on 94.9 mainFM in Castlemaine.
🌸 I’ve been continuing my volunteer role as Secretary with Business Mount Alexander. Currently working on re-engaging the business community since last year. Have some great networking events coming up.
🌸 On the creative side, I continue to play the guitar, am part of a ukelele group called the Ukettes, plus I’ve joined a gospel choir. Such joyful things to nourish my soul.
🌸 I’m drawn to learning more about mindfulness and have signed up again for Mindful in May, plus I’m studying an online course through FutureLearn/Monash Uni called ‘Maintaining a Mindful Life’.
How are you doing? If you’d like to have a confidential chat about your career goals, you can reach me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Go well! 🙏
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