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.

May 4, 2007

How to connect…

Filed under: Lesson of the day — bryna @ 5:54 am

Wit can help us connect with people outside of our familiarity because humor is one of the few gifts we can share with individuals we have only just met. A joke or funny anecdote can bring together two or more people, creating an enjoyable experience that is not dependent on the need for a common purpose or background. Wit serves to unite us in a variety of circumstances. Whether we are attempting to convey a specific message or simply want to connect through conversation, humor can play an important role part in our delivery. As we engage others in this way, they will come to appreciate both our openness and our personable attitude.

One’s ability to use humor will help you win the trust of individuals in your personal and professional spheres today.

March 30, 2007

Thought to Ponder…

Filed under: Lesson of the day — bryna @ 6:19 am

Before You
By William Arthur Ward

Before you speak, listen.
Before you write, think.
Before you spend, earn.
Before you invest, investigate.
Before you criticize, wait.
Before you pray, forgive.
Before you quit, try.
Before you retire, save.
Before you die, give.

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