25% Discount for Key Workers & 50% Discount for anyone who has been made redundant
There is no disputing the huge amount of disruption, challenging circumstances, and significant changes we have all seen during the course of this year. For some the changes have been locked inside their own homes, homeschooling and loss of the many freedoms we all enjoy. For others it has been going out to work, continuing to come into contact with other people because the very nature of the job requires it. Oh and still homeschooling and loss of many freedoms.
I have personally been affected by losing my job and also losing a family member. My husband worked full time from home whilst I juggled homeschooling, getting ready to launch my own business and trying to stay sane. Now life resembles something closer to ‘normal’. My daughter returned to school, my son to preschool and I have officially launched my own coaching practice.
“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” – Nelson Mandela
What I see around me is a lot of ex-colleagues who have been made redundant, challenging job searches up against hundreds of other applicants, and exhausted key workers. Many with uncertain futures and many needing to rest and recuperate. So when I launched my business I was determined to help in some small way.
I would like to extend a discounted offer on individual coaching of 25% off for all keyworkers and 50% off for anyone made redundant. If you’d like to discuss whether this is for you, get in touch and arrange a free no obligation 30-minute introduction call.
- Health and social care – including doctors, nurses, midwifes, paramedics, support and specialist staff
- Education and childcare – nursery, teacher, teaching assistants, social workers
- Food – food chain workers, including those involved in production, processing, distribution, sales and delivery
- Key public services – postal workers, justice system, religious staff, and those responsible for managing the deceased
- Local and national government – admin and those delivering essential public services
- Public safety and national security – police and support staff, ministry of defence, armed forces personnel, fire and rescue, national crime agency, border security, prisons and probation
- Utility workers – staff needed to keep oil, gas, electricity, water and sewerage operations running. Essential financial services provision, key staff working in civil nuclear, chemicals, and waste disposal services
- Transport – those keeping air, water, road, and rail passengers and freight transport operating