20 Jun Interpersonal Wellness and the Professional Woman Challenge!
Are you a professional woman looking for a way to excel in your career, improve your education, attain a professional designation, increase your credibility or grow your business and improve your market share? Do you at times feel that it is not possible to do this because of the challenges and road blocks that come your way?
Managing a successful career or running a business can be a very challenging job. You have to think of everyone else’s needs before you can think of your own, not to mention marketing and competition. The constant pressures and demands on your time and your personal resources can at times leave you feeling fearful, battered and overwhelmed. This can of course become a real challenge to your interpersonal wellness, which is how you interact and respond to challenging work or life relationships.
As professional women, you are under a microscope and your actions are being scrutinized and interpreted in a manner that is less than favorable. The added pressure of this creates unnecessary stress and detracts from personal wellness.
This is why many professional women take time to retain a coach on either a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis. Coaching is a great way for professional women to find a safe nurturing place to deal with issues such as:
- Limiting beliefs
- Improving relationships
- Saying no to fear
- Discovering your potential
A motivating and inspiring coaching relationship is essential to help a professional woman reduce stress, improve her wellness, attain her goals and strive to improve her interpersonal wellness.
If you are a professional women who is seeking a way to face life transition, or other work of life challenges that are affecting the peace and joy you need in your business or work relationships, please call our check out our list of mid-afternoon learning series or our list of spring group coaching sessions on the event page of our website.
I look forward to hearing about the strategies you are using to manage your own interpersonal wellness. Share your tips with our readers below.
Joyce Odidison, Your Connections Coach