Saturday, December 31, 2005

Looking Forward to 2006


Happy New Year! The start of a new year can be a time of reflection on the past year, reviewing not only our successes but also the things that perhaps we didn't accomplish. For many people, this involves their career and may result in determining that it is time to make a change. Whether you are looking for a new job in your current field, or considering changing the direction of your career, this is a great time to do it.

The beginning of the year is a time when companies are ready to make changes too and are often considering adding additional personnel. If you haven't updated your resume in a while, do it now and start exploring what exciting new opportunities might be waiting for you. A great place to start is on some of the larger career boards. Search using some keywords of things you enjoy or would like to do and see what jobs are available in those fields. It's a great source for ideas, particularly if you're looking for a new challenge.

Have a wonderful 2006!

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Blogger Robert Shields said...

Hypnotherapy Training - Finding the right one.
Most people looking for Hypnotherapy Training are so amazed at the high cost of training that they are put off.

But this need not be the case.
There are a few quality Hypnotherapy Courses available on the Internet that do not cost an Arm and a Leg, but they are few and far between.
An example of low cost distance learning training can be found at: http://www.hypnotherapy-training.info but is this the best training available? Perhaps 'Yes' and perhaps 'No'. Please read on.
Searching for a quality Hypnotherapy Training Course can produce thousands of links leading to all kinds of training.
Most are very, very expensive and others very cheap.
The trick of finding the right one is to look at the contents and what you get at the end of the course.
For example, a course costing thousands, and there are plenty of them about, need not necessarily prepare you to start a practice. You may find that at the end of it, there is further training, costing even more thousands, and all you have got at the end is a piece of paper saying you have completed the course.
That, unfortunately is one of the tricks con merchants use to get as much out of you as possible.
Hypnotherapy training is a minefield for those who do not use their common sense.
Ask yourself, what do you want from the course, knowledge or simply a qualification?
If it is knowledge, then look for the cheap courses, but beware, some of them are 'Cheap and Nasty' giving you a lot of nonsense about how you can hypnotise anyone and anything.
Any skilled Hypnotherapist knows that is nonsense and there is much, much more to being a Hypnotherapist.
You may find http://www.hypnotherapy-training.info/forum.htm informative on a low cost course that is of a high standard.
Good luck in your future endeavours.
Robert Shields
http://www.hypnotherapy-training.info

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