Dear Friend

Dear Friend,

For years, I had been struggling with my personal presentation and how my presentation was received by my audiences; (others), friends, family, acquaintances, as well as, new people I met and interacted with.

As a result, my life was about me trying to be invisible in situations, my life was stalled, my life was not moving forward because of invisibility, and my life was not fulfilling. I lacked the ability to make myself visible.

I began to work with my Coach a few months ago and in the first 30 days I began experiencing feeling comfortable with being myself, understanding why I do the things that I do and thinking less about what others think about me.

If you have been facing similar frustrations, I want to introduce you to my Coach, so that you can end the frustrations and experience similar results.  My Coach would love to offer you a Complimentary Consultation.

At the end of 1 hour, you will know if this is something you would like to pursue for yourself. No strings attached.  Oh, and my Coach has a 100% money back guarantee.

So, if you do decide to work with her and then change your mind, you’ll get your money back. This eliminated the risk for me so I could see if Self-Awareness Coaching would in fact help me like my friend has said it would.

I hope you do this for yourself. It will bring you the results you have been talking about. Contact Deborah to schedule your sample session soon!

She is anticipating your email: Schedule Complimentary Consultation

Sincerely,

A Client

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Accessing the Power of Gratitude

Accessing the Power of Gratitude

The practice of gratitude as a tool for happiness has been in the mainstream for years. Long-term studies support gratitude’s effectiveness, suggesting that a positive, appreciative attitude contributes to greater success in work, greater health, peak performance in sports and business, a higher sense of well-being, and a faster rate of recovery from surgery.

But while we may acknowledge gratitude’s many benefits, it still can be difficult to sustain. So many of us are trained to notice what is broken, undone or lacking in our lives. And for gratitude to meet its full healing potential in our lives, it needs to become more than just a Thanksgiving word. We have to learn a new way of looking at things, a new habit. And that can take some time.

That’s why practicing gratitude makes so much sense. When we practice giving thanks for all we have, instead of complaining about what we lack, we give ourselves the chance to see all of life as an opportunity and a blessing.

Remember that gratitude isn’t a blindly optimistic approach in which the bad things in life are whitewashed or ignored. It’s more a matter of where we put our focus and attention. Pain and injustice exist in this world, but when we focus on the gifts of life, we gain a feeling of well-being. Gratitude balances us and gives us hope.

There are many things to be grateful for: colorful autumn leaves, legs that work, friends who listen and really hear, chocolate, fresh eggs, warm jackets, tomatoes, the ability to read, roses, our health, butterflies. What’s on your list?

Some Ways to Practice Gratitude

Keep a gratitude journal in which you list things for which you are thankful. You can make daily, weekly or monthly lists. Greater frequency may be better for creating a new habit, but just keeping that journal where you can see it will remind you to think in a grateful way.
Make a gratitude collage by drawing or pasting pictures.
Practice gratitude around the dinner table or make it part of your nighttime routine.
Make a game of finding the hidden blessing in a challenging situation.
When you feel like complaining, make a gratitude list instead. You may be amazed by how much better you feel.
Notice how gratitude is impacting your life. Write about it, sing about it, express thanks for gratitude.

As you practice, an inner shift begins to occur, and you may be delighted to discover how content and hopeful you are feeling. That sense of fulfillment is gratitude at work.

The Joy of Relationships

“God gave women intuition and femininity.  Used properly, the combination easily jumbles the brain of any man I’ve ever met.” -Farrah Fawcett

We want relationships.  We value relationships.  In fact, we need relationships.  But how do we balance our time?

Three ways:

1.  First, you must prioritize and assess your current relationships
2.  Next, evaluate the time you are spending on those relationships
3.  Finally, you have to take action

First, take the Color Code Personality Basic Assessment.  Access with the link below:

https://www.colorcode.com/coupon/DeborahBrysonSHARE

Next, email Deborah bryson_image@charter.net to request a personalized comprehensive analysis.

Finally, schedule your free consultation to review your analysis and plan next steps to a new way to see yourself, your relationships, and life.

Your relationships are waiting!

Sincerely,
Deborah A. Bryson
Life Coach and Self-Awareness Strategist