|WISE WORDS by Lynda Wise|
37 Rockland Dr
B.Sc. , C.P.C.C.
Helping women reshape their bodies and their baggage!
Weight Loss and Well-being Coach
What's in it for you? A connection, some challenges, a few questions to encourage you to simply reflect about how you live your life versus how you want to live your life. Feel free to share the answers with me: I'd love to hear from you. This is an invitation to focus on where you'd like to change and grow.
1. PERSONAL LIFE COACHING:
2. IF YOU DON'T LOOK AFTER YOURSELF WHO WILL?
Are you having fun yet? AND... It's never to early to plan for your New Year!
3. FOOD FOR THOUGHT AND THOUGHTS ON FOOD.
What you should know about the mighty pomegranate.
4. THOUGHTS FROM MY SWING:
Grateful for a dilemma.
is the state of being weary and restless through lack of interest (Merriam Webster online dictionary). Though severe boredom can be a symptom of depression, for most of us boredom is an occasional experience of total disinterest in the available world around us. Boredom is very much an individually defined phenomenon. While some would salivate seeing a great swing of a golf club on TV, others would rather watch paint dry! Scrabble can be one person's passion while another's cure for insomnia.
Boredom is usually not caused by a lack of activities to engage in but rather a lack of interest and passion for the possibilities around. Innately, humans need variety and opportunity for change and have a natural curiosity. Thus, remaining in a static environment will eventually solicit boredom for many individuals. This really doesn't fit with the fact that so many of us are challenged by change!
So, the big question is "How do I get 'unbored'?". For specific suggestions of activities that might turn on your interest, feel free to check out www.bored.com where you will find oodles of activities that might do it for you.
But when you take that overall look at your life and think "I'm bored", it's likely time for some new initiatives! Here are some questions to ponder. Writing out the answers is ideal: thinking them through can also get you going!
The list of questions could be endless. * If you need some help with the answers feel free to schedule a no-obligation, complimentary coaching consultation. Call or email. 416-225-3535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2: First part: Are you having fun yet?
Clifford Kuhn, M.D. calls himself the Laugh Doctor. He too, asks a lot of questions. His questions are not directly about boredom but they're also very closely connected with the quality of your life. And yes, it all ties together. He makes a great argument for the following: only if you are having fun can you achieve the happiness and success that most people long for.
Here are his questions:
Here is a connection that might be new to you: having fun increases self esteem! And furthermore, will equip you to manage stress better and to be more capable of handling the toughest circumstances.
Here's the sequence: Having fun -> happiness -> increased self esteem-> huge benefits for a great life!
Sounds easy. Hopefully it will be for you. For now, here's what I propose you do:
2: Second part: It's never too early to plan for your New Year!
The 12 Week Weight Loss Telephone Group
begins again on Monday, January 7 at 5:00 p.m. eastern!
If you're still battling and feel frustrated with the whole weight issue - you might wish to give yourself this gift. You deserve it!
Please go to http://www.wisecoaching.ca/WL_teleGroup.htm for more information or call 416-225-3535 or email email@example.com. This is a fabulous opportunity - you'll love it!
From a former participant: Martha - Business Analyst, 58 years old.
"I have struggled with my weight my whole life. I thought I was an expert in weight loss. It is thrilling to me that Lynda was able to zero in on my missing self care pieces and drive them home so that I could literally change my life."
3: What you should know about the mighty pomegranate!
4: Grateful for a dilemma!
Alas, it's too cold for my swing. It's time to think about injecting a week or two of warmth into a long winter. I find myself blessed with a somewhat difficult, nevertheless delicious dilemma! Here's the choice: a tasting trip of Israel or a cruise of Hawaii. I'm detecting that you aren't shedding tears for my difficulty!
Nor am I. However, this gets me thinking. How frequently are we in a position when a decision has no really wrong answer? Many of us struggle as we make decisions. So often the consequences are dire if we go in the wrong direction. We might have to live with the impact for years to come: others might be severely affected.
But, not all decisions are created equal. Some can be approached from a place of lightness and pleasure.
So here's my invitation. When a decision is plaguing you, perhaps there's an opportunity to step back from the pressure, breathe deeply and then take stock of how fortunate you are to be in a place of choice.
Wishing you what you wish for yourself.
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