Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year

The Smart Train Merry Christmas

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my clients, readers and supporters a very happy Christmas and the very best of wishes for the next decade, but especially for the year 2010 ahead.

The Smart Train Merry Christmas

It has been a year of change and diversity for me, and like all good things, we can embrace the tough times and use them to either work on our business, or take some time out to spend with the things that were put on the back burner for the past few years.

Some of my personal and professional positive experiences this year were:

  • Develop and improve my Coaching business
  • Complete advanced training in Career Coaching
  • Co-found and develop Mallow Open Coffee, which is growing month on month
  • Learn more about and use Social Media to improve my personal brand
  • Complete advanced training in Entrepreneurship
  • Marry the man I love most in the world
  • Guest Blogging for Coaching and Business websites
  • Writing articles for Life & Fitness Magazine and De-Stress Magazine
  • Networking and mastering developing relationships with other professionals
  • Improve my motorbiking skills in preparation for the test in 2010
  • Welcome my new niece into the world
  • Congratulate my friend on her engagement
  • Host the biggest after wedding party ever in our garden
  • Attend a major family reunion at a wedding in Turkey, on our own honeymoon (figure that one out!)

So I hope you also document some of your successes and positive experiences, and look towards a great 2010.

If you have struggled this year, like many have, have a look at the video below:

Merry Christmas and very best wishes,
Namasté,
Elaine

2 thoughts on “Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year

  • December 30, 2009 at 10:10 am
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    Thanks Frederique,
    Heading over to read yours now.
    Many happy returns 🙂

  • December 23, 2009 at 8:01 pm
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    Lovely post Elaine!

    And, if I may say so, great minds think alike, as the post I wrote this week was “Acknowledge your accomplishments” 😉

    Merry Christmas and Wishing you the best for 2010!

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