Just a quick update…
I had an exciting Saturday morning delivery today: I received the final proof copy of Happily Ever After for Grown-Ups.
So, the finish line isn’t too far away. Thanks so much for the support along the way. For now though, I’ll share the back cover blurb for the book here…
Back cover blurb:
Are you determined to balance a happy marriage with a successful career?
In this era of juggling careers, relationships and families, it is not surprising that some people have become disillusioned by the idea of “happily ever after”… but don’t give up. In this career coaching book for newlyweds / recently marrieds, Gina Visram highlights that although this success isn’t automatic, you can achieve it when you lay good foundations early on, by following the 7 simple steps of her bespoke ‘H.A.P.P.I.L.Y’ system.
By reading this book, you will:
- Understand why focusing on yourself… your wants, needs and aspirations isn’t selfish. In fact, it can positively contribute to your relationship.
- Confidently set goals (as an individual and as a partnership) that you may have once believed were impossible
- Recognise the importance of your network in achieving personal and career success
- Trust in your ability to confidently communicate with your other half – ensuring that you become each other’s biggest, most devoted cheerleaders
Banish any post-wedding blues by recognising that the best day of your life isn’t the day you get married. The fun and excitement can skyrocket after you say “I do”!
If you have been reading this blog (since the royal wedding countdown!) and have developed an interest in the post-wedding blues (is it real, is it not) and any implications it can have for your relationship and career… I sincerely hope you’ll take the time to check out the book and subsequent workshops.