Gifts We Love

We are rounding into the end of the year, and no matter what culture or tribe, almost everyone celebrates with gift giving. As time marches on, I notice that the most precious thing I have to give is time. Is time precious to you as well?

Starting November 1 – Dec. 31, 2010, Seattle Direct Counseling and Coaching wishes upon you the gift of time. Time to reflect. Time to grieve. Time to celebrate. Time to plan. Time to make a change and organize yourself. In order to help you take advantage of this gift, I’m  renewing my  $100 coaching package (see the coupon on Google places) from last year:

Three 20-30 minute coaching sessions by phone, in person, or by Skype/Facetime/email  + One free 10 minute follow up phone call to help you stay on track.

That’s nearly $400 worth of coaching for $100! The catch: you (or the person you’re buying this for) must buy the sessions before Dec. 31, 2011 and complete the coaching sessions before March 31, 2011. I put a time limit, so you won’t lose momentum between sessions. I know we all get busy, and I want to help you take advantage of time instead of wasting your most precious commodity.

Hey, Groupons and Living Social can save you money on a pedicure or housecleaning, but with this deal, you’ll be doing something good for yourself that could last a lifetime. Click this link to download your coupon: Seattle Direct Counseling & Coaching coupon

By Imei Hsu

Imei Hsu is a mental health counselor, active retired RN, AIP Coach and PN1-NC, writer, triathlete and arts promoter in the Seattle area and through online services. With 30+ years in healthcare (22+ years in mental health), Imei has a commitment to helping people discover insight into their health, relationships, and connecting. She is the owner of Seattle Direct Counseling and the blog, a presenter and speaker on a variety of psychological topics, and a positive force on the Internet. She launched her personal project, My Allergy Advocate, in 2018. Imei is a two-time Ironman Finisher (Mont-Tremblant 2016, Ironman Canada 2018); she also finished her first ultramarathon in 2017 and has gone on to race the 100K distance while preparing for 100 Mile trail races and a backyard ultra. You can find her running everywhere and eating all the thingz, watching movies, camping under the stars, and cooking real food.

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