The loss of someone you love is always very difficult but out of bereavement comes a golden opportunity to examine your priorities and to re-evaluate the way things are done.
...we don’t have to be a slave to that part of us which wants to take over and destroy the precious time we have by being a negative and persistent voice.
Sometimes you're just so honored to have met someone--and this was certainly the case with Gina Gardiner--a #1 International Best Selling Author, Motivational Speaker, Trainer and Empowerment Coach with over 30 years’ experience helping people achieve lasting happiness, success and fulfillment. Following a serious ski accident and two failed spinal surgeries, Gina learned to walk twice as an adult whilst running an award-winning school, mostly from a wheelchair. The gift of this experience was the development of a unique approach to life and developing leadership.
In her work as an Independent Consultant, Business Coach and as an Executive Life Coach and Mentor, Gina Gardiner supports people at individual, team or organisational level to develop confidence, leadership, people skills and effective delegation; empowering them to see themselves as part of the solution.
Life Coaching takes people from where they are currently to where they would like to be, and the results can be truly stunning.
Gina believes that anyone can create amazing change and incredible results in any area of their life in a relatively short period of time, if they are prepared to get a little uncomfortable, see old things in a new way, and open their mind and their heart to a different way of thinking and being.
Read the feature about Gina in Raw Business Magazine and discover how she found that the quality of her life has been determined by the quality of her thoughts and how she realised that taking the time to plan her way around obstacles actually made her a better leader.
You may be thinking: “I didn’t need to see those questions in order to recognise that things between my partner and I are difficult because of their work. What I need to know is what to do about it!” Workaholism is no different to the other “….holisms” in that the problem can be very difficult for partners and families to deal with.