It’s a new year and I have an announcement to make. But first, let me wish you all fulfillment, health and serenity in 2007. It has been a delight to hear from you and work with many of you during the past year and I look forward to the road ahead.

It has been eleven years (January 1st 1996) since I started the Centre for Inner Balancing and it has moved in ways that I could scarcely have imagined. Now it seems time to say goodbye to the Centre; to the Centre, but by no means to the vision and to the work.

The Centre for Inner Balancing is now the EMOTIONAL FITNESS INSTITUTE, effective from January 1st 2007. It will take some time to put all the changes into effect, so over the next few weeks expect to see a new logo, new Website, new e-mail addresses and a newly designed newsletter.

What will remain the same are the services and books that we offer, with the exception that there will be more of them and that we are dedicated to the same or improved high quality of coaching and training you have come to expect.

Expect, also, to see in 2007 more people becoming accredited as Emotional Fitness Coaches and a heightened awareness of the value that the unique tools of Emotional Fitness bring to the wellbeing and success of anyone who learns and uses them, both personally and professionally.

So, we begin the year with a conscious change. While change is constant, we are not always proactive or conscious about it. I encourage you to look at the changes you want to make in your life, your work, your business, and make your own proactive, conscious choices about positive change.

I look forward to hearing from you and, I trust seeing more of you step forward to take the training as an Emotional Fitness Coach. The more of you who are out there practicing this work, the faster we will be able to bring conscious, positive, empowering change to others in the world, helping to make it the place everyone wants to live in.

In Peace and Love

Warren Redman

Author's Bio: 

Warren Redman trained in the UK as a psychotherapist, facilitator and coach and has developed his own unique style of Emotional Fitness Coaching. He is president of the Emotional Fitness Institute (formally the Centre for Inner Balancing), writing about, teaching and coaching people in Emotional Fitness. He is the author of fifteen books, including the Award-winning The 9 steps to Emotional Fitness, Achieving Personal Success and Recipes for Inner Peace.

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