Working Mothers' ezine ~Create the Life You Want to Live~
Summer 2009

Greetings,

Happy summer! If you're one of the many folks these days who is considering a new job or career, check out the following free recorded teleclass "Power Communication Techniques for Career Transition".

In this free teleclass, you will learn how to:
- Present yourself with confidence
- Prepare and practice your presentation
- Create your own unique "style" to help you shine

You will walk away with:
- Tools to bring out your best self
- Techniques to incorporate before, during, and after your interview
- An overall communication action plan

Enjoy.

With gratitude,
Amber

In this Issue
  • Power Communication Techniques for Career Transition
  • Success Stories
  • Thank You

  • Power Communication Techniques for Career Transition

    Are you looking for a new job or career or returning to the workforce after an extended absence? Has it been a long time since you've been on a job interview? Are you changing jobs? Surviving a layoff? New to the job hunt?

    If this sounds like you, click here to listen to the free recorded teleclass "Power Communication Techniques for Career Transition" presented by Amber Rosenberg, professional life coach for working mothers, and Lau Lapides, executive speech coach/trainer.

    Happy listening.



    Amber Rosenberg is a professional life coach who helps high-achieving working mothers manage guilt and stress and re-define success on their own terms. Through personal and corporate coaching programs, she empowers women to achieve success that's balanced and helps employers create a more supportive work environment for these valued employees. Clients include Adobe, Morgan Stanley, Google, San Francisco Department of Unemployment, and hundreds of women and men throughout the United States.

    A working mother herself, Amber spent 12 years struggling to create her own balance in the Fortune 500 and non-profit fields and is passionate about helping mothers actively choose how they want to spend their time. A popular speaker and expert resource for national print, TV and radio media outlets, Amber contributed to the book Inspiration to Realization with a chapter on "How to Manage Your Love/Hate Relationship with Time". To sign-up for a complimentary coaching consultation, order a copy of her book or sign-up for the Working Mothers' free quarterly e-zine, go to
    http://www.pacificlifecoach.com

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    Success Stories:

    "Before working with Amber, I felt like I was constantly playing catch-up at home and at work. I was stressed out and exhausted and felt like I didn't have enough of myself to give. Through coaching, I've learned how to re-define my roles of mother, manager and wife and am enjoying what it feels like to be successful again."
    - Jessica Montel, director of marketing, mother of three

    "Amber's coaching has helped me to feel more in control of my time. I learned to focus on the things I absolutely have to do and how to say "no" or delegate for everything else. I'm getting more done in less time and am able to spend more quality time with my family."
    - Layla Adams, sales executive, mother of one



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    Reviewed by Entrepreneur Magazine as 'summer's best bets' for women, I am a contributing author for the book "Inspiration to Realization" with a chapter called: 'How to Manage Your Love/Hate Relationship with Time'. Other chapters focus on: how to say 'no' without feeling guilty; tools to discover your secret weapon against stress; how to turn your small business into a brand-name success and much more.

    "The collective wisdom in this book is a critical resource for women who want to bring joy and fulfillment into their lives...every day."
    -- Ruth King, Author, The Ugly Truth about Small Business


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