June 14, 2007

What’s new…

Filed under: Bryna's Greeting — bryna @ 6:29 am

I have added an exciting dimension to my life. I am now a life coach!

As a coach, I inspire and motivate my clients to make the small changes that create the big differences in their lives. I help them go from where they are right now to where they want to be.

I encourage and support them to take action towards achieving their goals and dreams; and I have confidence in them even when they may not. I hold them accountable to do what they say they are willing to do…And, I support them as they do this step by small, sweet step…

If you or anyone you know (or love) might benefit from my style of coaching, please contact me.
I am happy to offer a complimentary consultation.

And I, personally know the benefits of coaching. It’s through the support I received from my coach that www.widowsjournal.com is here for you today…

Coming soon: www.HeartToHeartCoaching.com

June 13, 2007


Filed under: Lesson of the day — bryna @ 6:04 am

How do we support one another?
We can learn from elephants.

Elephants are known to grieve in groups. They loop their trunks to support the bereaved. Like elephants, we should remain connected and open to the sorrow of others.

Grieving is private; but, it can be public too. We need to stop being afraid to grieve in public.

We need to be open to asking for support and in turn, we need to be available to give it.

June 10, 2007

Think about this…

Filed under: Words of Inspiration — bryna @ 3:22 pm

The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.
Eleanor Roosevelt


Filed under: Important To Know — bryna @ 3:19 pm

If a task seems entirely too overwhelming, try breaking it into smaller ones.  Set intermediate goals to accomplish along the way.  If you want to get the inside of the house painted, pick just one wall, in one room, and schedule it, paint it.  Then schedule the next ONE wall.  Same with taxes, for example, set aside an hour each Saturday to organize, gather, etc.  Set a timer.  Work for the hour, then forget about it until the next time you have scheduled it.  Just the same exact way you accomplish projects at work, meeting by meeting.

Be sure to set up a REWARD for yourself for a job well done. It doesn’t have to be a big or expensive thing; treat yourself to GUILT-FREE time to read a magazine in the shade, or go to the beach.  Remind yourself that you did the work, kept your word, and this is the reward.

It’s all about small, sweet steps…

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