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New event on offer

It’s been a long time between blogs over the last few years as I have wanted to post only when I feel I have something of value to share. It breaks all the rules of marketing and yet it is something that has been really important to me.


Well today I feel really excited, and nervous, as my work has developed further and I am ready to share some of the experiences, tools and resources that have supported me through times of change and challenges over these last few years.


I’m excited to introduce my latest event – a Workshop on Managing Stress. Everyone goes through periods of turmoil in their lives. No-one escapes this, no matter how together they may look on the outside. And we all need support at these times. So this is the purpose of the workshop, and indeed the ongoing Focus Groups –  to provide the information, tools and resources that can increase your resilience to deal with life’s up’s and down’s, as you navigate your way through your daily life.


So why not take a few hours out before the Christmas rush kicks in and join me for some breathing space and inspiration so you can make the most of the coming month.


Date: Saturday 29th November 14

Time: 2.00 – 5.00 pm


Venue: Wesley Room, St Mark’s Church,

58 Woburn Rd, Lower Hutt


Cost: $45 per person


Confirm your place now by sending an email to heather@inspirationscoach.co.nz or if you can’t make the workshop you can also schedule some one to one sessions for personalized support.

How strong is your support network?

No matter how much we believe we can do “it” all on our own, everyone will need to reach out for support in some shape or form at some stage of their lives.
It is a good idea to build a list of resources that you know and trust to call on in those times of need. Keep it by the phone or somewhere easy to access for when you are under pressure and don’t know where to turn. So…

  • Create a list of resources you think you may need from time to time and would like to have around you. Use headings such as children, personal, relationships, business or work, financial etc. For a list of suggestions to get you started send an email to heather@inspirationscoach.co.nz
  • Fill in the names of people you already know that you would be happy to access for support. Remember to include your family and friends as well as professionals.
  • Become aware of the people you meet or hear of around you and add them to your list as you get to know about them, and feel you could trust them.

Most of us tend to find it hard to reach out for help when we are in difficulties. Make sure you put some thought into this list so you can be prepared to choose the best support for whatever the situation in times of need.