invest in you …
Before I became a therapist, I worked in the banking industry. I started as a cashier and worked my way up to Regional Manager. There were many exciting, fun times along the way but also many stresses and challenges that I didn’t always feel ready for.
When I became self-employed, many of the skills and experiences I had gained were invaluable in this new arena but I had to learn a lot of new ones. Whilst I had no boss “breathing down my neck” if things went wrong, equally I had no boss motivating, directing or praising me for work done well.
Much is asked if us in the modern business world. One day, we may need to give a speech in front a room full of customers or colleagues. Another day, we may need to deliver a target or meet a demanding deadline. Organising skills, delegation skills and an ability to thrive under pressure are all increasingly valuable to improve your marketability.
If you work within a company, having that “competitive edge” can enhance your career and get you that promotion. Importantly it enables you to thrive in your new role too.
If you are self-employed, the “buck” stops with you and that includes self-motivation and self-development. The most important asset in your business is you so it makes sense to invest in yourself to develop your business.
How I can help your Business Performance
- Be better able to thrive in stressful situations.
- Learn skills and techniques to improve your public speaking.
- Gain the ability to use self-hypnosis to help you in many ways.
- Make sense of where you are, where you want to get to and how best to get there.
- Learn the uses of self-talk and visualisations to improve confidence and motivation.
If you are a leader of people, you can allow your team to benefit from this too, increasing your business’s productivity and team morale.