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Working Mother's Coach   March 2013
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"I highly recommend Amber as a life/career coach. In our work together focusing on career transition, she's provided exceptional value in her ability to assess situations quickly and offer concrete tools, processes and plans of action to enable successful growth, change and resilience."  
-Tracy Wiseman,
Technical/Business Consultant, Mother of One, San Jose, CA

"Thank you for coaching me toward my dreams...you've helped me grow into a woman who is embracing what I really want in life. Thanks for making the world a better place!"
-Jenna Chambers Burrow, Publisher, Mother of Three, Hutto, TX

"Working with Amber was a life-changing experience. She helped me reach new heights in my career and finally succeed at long-standing personal goals. She is extremely personable and has the ability to connect with her clients quickly. She is trustworthy, always encouraging, and a patient and insightful guide through life experiences in pursuit of goals and dreams."
-Nanette Mickelson, Business Analyst, Mother of Two, San Jose, CA

"I can't tell you how amazing this process has been for me. I've come so far since we first started working together - I barely recognize the woman I was - and I owe a great deal of that to you."
-Stacy Karol, Advertising Strategist, San Francisco, CA

"Amber is amazing. She is a gifted coach and her intuitive, sensitive listening skills have supported me through some professional challenges. I highly and without reservation recommend Amber to anyone seeking to improve their professional communication skills or personal life skills."
-Corinne Meulrath, Regional Director, Sonoma County Office of Education, Mother of Three, Petaluma, CA

"Thank you so much for offering such a wonderful service to working mothers. You're a great coach and I deeply value the time we've spent together and the progress you've helped me make in my life. I wouldn't be this far along in my goals or have this much courage to push forward without your support. I've made more progress with you in the last 2 months than I made in 2 years of therapy."
-Joanne Stewart, Geography/Wildlife Project Manager, Mother of One, Glasgow, MT



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Greetings,

Now that we're a few months into 2013, I hope your new year is off to a fulfilling and successful start. The January newsletter provided tips on how to outlast your new year's resolutions and this issue offers more tips to keep that momentum going.

Also, be sure to like me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter to receive more regular tips and tricks to achieve success that's balanced.

Here's to your continued fulfillment, success and balance in 2013.

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Warmly,
Amber

How to Revive Your 2013 Goals
Focus on the Positive - One reason goals can fall short is they tend to stress the negative. Instead of thinking about what you want to eliminate in your life, think about what you want to create. For example, instead of just losing weight, think about creating health. Or instead of shrinking debt, think about creating abundance.

Remember the "Why" - To help keep you motivated when the going gets tough, it helps to remember why you set out to achieve your goal in the first place. For example, if you want to create a healthier lifestyle, what will be the benefit of this? Having more energy to play with your kids? Feeling better and looking better? Feeling more confident?

Make Self-Care a Priority - If you really want to make changes in your life, it's imperative to take care of yourself and manage your stress. Start by making sure you're getting enough sleep and eating well. I also highly recommend creating a daily renewal ritual to help you manage stress. This is any quiet, reflective activity that allows you to slow down your thinking brain (which can be caught up in fear, doubt, worry and guilt) and truly be in the moment. It allows you to recharge your battery so you can be more present and energetic throughout the rest of your day. Examples include meditation, yoga, journaling, prayer, yoga, nature walk, listening to music or any personal quiet activity. Start with 10 minutes/day and notice all the great benefits you receive.

Reflection - Review your progress at the end of each week. If you've achieved all your goals for the week, great! If you haven't reached your goals, all is not lost. This is a valuable time for reflection. What did you learn by not reaching your goals? What was the benefit?

Celebrate Your Successes - One of the most important parts of working towards your goals is rewarding yourself when you've succeeded. Be sure to choose a reward at the beginning of the goal setting process and decide on when/how often you'll cash in on that reward. Since you're working on developing new habits in the beginning, I recommend starting with weekly rewards and slowly moving towards monthly rewards. The trick is to be sure to follow-through with rewarding yourself. You've worked hard and you deserve it.


About Amber Rosenberg
An award winning certified life coach and mother of two, Amber helps working mothers manage guilt and stress and re-define success on their own terms. Through personal one-on-one coaching, she's empowered thousands of moms across the US, Canada and Europe to achieve success that's balanced. Through corporate coaching, she's helped dozens of employers such as Adobe, Morgan Stanley and Google to create a more supportive work environment for their valued employees.

With 17 years of professional experience, she started her career in public relations, coaching executives at Fortune 500 companies and non-profits. Amber founded her life coaching business in 2004 and has found personal and professional fulfillment empowering others to make positive changes in their lives.

Amber has been interviewed for national and local TV shows, magazines, newspapers and blogs and she wrote a chapter on "How to Manage Your Love/Hate Relationship with Time" for the book Inspiration to Realization.


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