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mftrou.com newsletter #002 F:ree Guides - Sept 14, 2004
September 14, 2004
Hi,

Unlike the August issue, this September newsletter comes ON TIME, unimpeded by gale-force winds, torrential rain and technology teething problems....... hooray!

I get loads of questions about how to change careers, so I’ve written a new article on the subject to get you thinking (see below).

If you're familiar with my work over at Uncommon Knowledge (www.uncommon-knowledge.co.uk) or Uncommon Forum (www.uncommonforum.com), you will recognise the Goal Setting Guide and Personal Development Guide, which you can now get as a f:ree downloadable PDF on my site (again, links are below).

If the Do-It-Yourself route is not for you, or you just need a little help, you might want to consider my coaching services.

And finally, on a personal note, this month I’m starting an adult literacy teaching course as part of a voluntary scheme in my local area. It’s really exciting to be doing something completely new - I’ll let you know how it goes!

Warm Regards

Lyndsay Swinton


1. Midlife Career Change Advice
It's never too late to make a midlife career change. Vincent Van Gogh was an art dealer, schoolmaster, student priest and missionary before he taught himself how to paint. Indeed, he was well into his thirties before his talents were recognised. Not bad for a midlife career change…
Read full article...

2. The Essential Goal Setting Guide

If you find that you spend too much time avoiding the things that will bring you the greatest rewards, this goal setting guide will help you focus on what is truly important. Using a proper goal setting process ensures you chosse the right goals to pursue and helps you get there with minimum effort and time...
Download guide ...

3. Personal Development Planning Guide

A good personal development plan will help you achieve your potential as it helps you identify skills gaps and improvement areas. Then you'll be able to get that job, go for that promotion, buid your business further, or whatever you want.
Download guide ...

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