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Give inspiration, not underwear, for Christmas!Give inspiration, not underwear, for Christmas!

Added: (Wed Dec 12 2001)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Everyone gets things they don’t want for Christmas. Rather than add to the pile of unwanted socks and lingerie; a novel and useful present would be a workshop with a professional life coach. The recipient can define goals, not just for New Years resolutions but for their career, personal, financial and social lives and plan how to achieve them..

Positive Aptitude, a company specialising in personal coaching and management training, is offering a taster day to a group of 30 individuals on January 18, 2002. Individuals pay 80 for the day where delegates are guided through deciding what they want and then creating a plan to ensure they reach the goals they set. During the course delegates will explore what stops people getting what they want, how to keep motivated and how to create and maintain a positive outlook. The event will be held at Ochre in Blackfriars, London and includes free lunch and refreshments as well as the manual worked on during the day.

There are a couple of groups of people that Liz Timoney-White, Director of Positive Aptitude, says will benefit from the day; those she terms, ‘Accidental Administrators’ and those with muddled goals.

Accidental Administrators are people who have drifted into their jobs from school, college or university, always meaning to get around to deciding on what they wanted to do but so far, never having taken the time to do that. Timoney-White says: “Accidental administrators are smart, interesting people who are capable of (and want) much more than they have but don’t know what that could be. Those that know what they want get stuck without the confidence, impetus and knowledge to make the first move.” Ironically, Positive Aptitude has found that these people usually have talents in all sorts of areas but administration is usually their weakest! However, they pick things up so quickly that no-one ever notices that they are in the wrong role.

Those with muddled goals have set a goal which is really an attribute of someone who has the life they desire. Timoney-White gives an example of, “A typical person with confused goals may desire to look like their favourite model or film star and perceive that as the end goal. In fact what they want is the friends, lovers, money, attention, fame etc, that that person has and their looks are somehow attributed to how one gets those things. Therefore when trying to be happy they diet, have surgery etc, which is a completely different set of actions to making friends and money!”

If the pile of unwanted lingerie, boxer shorts and socks has already gotten too big, and now is the time for inspiring a change call Positive aptitude on 01932 567352 or email Info@positiveaptitude.co.uk
Everyone gets things they don’t want for Christmas. Rather than add to the pile of unwanted socks and lingerie; a novel and useful present would be a workshop with a professional life coach. The recipient can define goals, not just for New Years resolutions but for their career, personal, financial and social lives and plan how to achieve them..

Positive Aptitude, a company specialising in personal coaching and management training, is offering a taster day to a group of 30 individuals on January 18, 2002. Individuals pay 80 for the day where delegates are guided through deciding what they want and then creating a plan to ensure they reach the goals they set. During the course delegates will explore what stops people getting what they want, how to keep motivated and how to create and maintain a positive outlook. The event will be held at Ochre in Blackfriars, London and includes free lunch and refreshments as well as the manual worked on during the day.

There are a couple of groups of people that Liz Timoney-White, Director of Positive Aptitude, says will benefit from the day; those she terms, ‘Accidental Administrators’ and those with muddled goals.

Accidental Administrators are people who have drifted into their jobs from school, college or university, always meaning to get around to deciding on what they wanted to do but so far, never having taken the time to do that. Timoney-White says: “Accidental administrators are smart, interesting people who are capable of (and want) much more than they have but don’t know what that could be. Those that know what they want get stuck without the confidence, impetus and knowledge to make the first move.” Ironically, Positive Aptitude has found that these people usually have talents in all sorts of areas but administration is usually their weakest! However, they pick things up so quickly that no-one ever notices that they are in the wrong role.

Those with muddled goals have set a goal which is really an attribute of someone who has the life they desire. Timoney-White gives an example of, “A typical person with confused goals may desire to look like their favourite model or film star and perceive that as the end goal. In fact what they want is the friends, lovers, money, attention, fame etc, that that person has and their looks are somehow attributed to how one gets those things. Therefore when trying to be happy they diet, have surgery etc, which is a completely different set of actions to making friends and money!”

If the pile of unwanted lingerie, boxer shorts and socks has already gotten too big, and now is the time for inspiring a change call Positive aptitude on 01932 567352 or email Info@positiveaptitude.co.uk

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