Feel the fear and do it anyway

One thing my clients all know is that I often tend to quote the saying: “Follow the fear and you will find the answer”. It is something that I have uncovered in my consultations, time and time again, as the key to providing people with the answers they come to me to for. This article […]

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September/October Spring 2014 Newsletter

Hello All, Welcome to Spring! After a long winter spent mostly online, September and October will be all about promoting our Spring theme: “Find Love & Improve Your Relationships” with special offers and exciting workshops: 1. 2 x Lucky Giveaways via Xtraordinary Women: 1 x Free 30min online consultation (phone, email, skype) will go to 2 […]

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July/August 2014 Newsletter

The aftermath of Mother’s Day in June and Father’s Day in July, should see the Profile Club continuing the focus on family, but more geared toward children, and childhood issues, as we come up to the July school holidays. Many will take a welcome break from the normal routine of fitting in work and the […]

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May/June 2014 Newsletter

In line with celebrating Mother’s Day in  May and Father’s Day in June, here at the Profile Club, the theme and focus over the next 2 months will be focused more privately on family issues, dealing with death, birth, parenthood, roles, and children, as well as with the “child within”. I  am happy to say […]

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March/April 2014 Newsletter

Hello everyone I am happy to announce an exciting new Workshop in Cape Town on the 5th April, as well our Easter Special, on until the 25th April: Workshop: Introduction to Personality & Relationship Profiling It has been an exciting time for the Profile Club, after a Valentine’-themed February, which saw the Profile Club delivering […]

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SAOUG Valentine’s Breakfast Talk

  SAOUG Valentines Breakfast Nice by Nature, Honeydew, Gauteng – Feb 14, 2014 by REJAENE VAN DYK Joanne Jardine from the Profile Club explored the dynamics of inter-personal relationships by using the human pincode as guide, thereby validating and often even surprising SAOUG members’ knowledge of who they are and who their peers think they are.

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