E2W coach Nikki - Getting some perspective
Katie.Dix / 21 Jan 2020
E2W coach Nikki Hinksman
I have worked in the field of personal and professional development for nearly 20 years building my reputation on the creation and delivery of pragmatic and inspirational programmes that generate lasting change. I'd love to have an introductory conversation with you, to discuss how my coaching and expertise can support you and help get you to where you want to be. Please contact Katie for more information.
Getting some perspective
I’m a big fan of the ‘Good night stories for Rebel Girls’ books, so when I discovered they had a postcard range, I bought them thinking that I’d send them off to friends. After all, it’s always nice to get something in the post! However, they have mostly sat on my desk and every now and then I have a look through them. I pulled out this one, of Maria Reiche recently and it got me thinking about how looking at a situation from a different angle can bring new insight.
I find that the break over the festivities can provide exactly that new angle. I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions, but I certainly am interested in thinking about how I can make this a good year. Whatever we consciously focus on, we generate more of because it helps to guide our decisions.
So, what do you want more of in 2020?
This year, for me, is all about LOVE. Before I commit to anything, I’m asking myself the question, is this really loving for me? And it’s having some surprising outcomes!
Things I have habitually said ‘yes’ to in the past have become a ‘no’. I’m drinking less wine. I’m being more honest with my husband and we are talking things through rather than letting them build into an argument.
So far, so good! I’ll let you know how it develops and what lessons it brings, but please get in touch with any successes you are having or if you want help to focus your attention.
If you are interested in being connected with Nikki, to discuss which coaching packages will work for you, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
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