Suzanne

May 10, 2013

How to Express Yourself Confidently

How many times have you been at your workplace and wished you would’ve spoken up and shared your thoughts or ideas with your co-workers. Maybe you are the one that sits in the background at the meetings and hopes and prays that no one asks for your input for fear of having to express yourself and possibly saying the wrong thing, or freezing up and having nothing to say at all. Afterwards do you replay […]
April 12, 2013

Top 5 Regrets People Have On Their Deathbed

As a nurse for many years, my patients were those in palliative care who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality. I learned never to underestimate someone’s capacity for growth. Some changes were phenomenal. Each experienced a variety of emotions, as expected, denial, fear, anger, […]
April 10, 2013

Easter Sunday Funday in the Country

What a super fun way to unwind and a great reason to be with good friends, eat LOTS of yummy food & chocolate and, of course –ride a horse!   Tweet Share this:Facebook
April 10, 2013

53 Shy Celebrities -Shocking to see who’s on the list!

Ann-Margret   Winner of five Golden Globe Awards and veteran of forty-two films that span more than thirty years, Ann-Margret was also shy as a child, but that didn’t top her from starring in movies with folks like Elvis Presley http://ann-margret-from-sweden.com/various/magazines/63sep.html Barbara Streisand   Her shyness, born in part from painful childhood experiences and a distinct look that challenged her ability to fit in, Barbara’s remarkable drive, ingenuity, and commitment to pursue her dreams paid off not […]
March 14, 2013

My Trip To Cabo San Lucas

I love to get away to the sun, sand and surf in the cold, rainy months of January & February and this winter I went to visit friends in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It was my first time there and I had a such a fantastic time. The weather was great…on average it was 27-30C everyday, which was SO nice coming from only 3C in Vancouver. My Dachshund puppy came with me and he is now […]
February 26, 2013

My Scuba Diving Pics

I was recently in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for a couple weeks of holidays. So much fun there! I did some scuba diving and was really surprised to see so much marine life. Tons of fish everywhere, I was so shocked when I saw a seahorse! So cool! We also saw a huge school of barracuda, hawkfish, lots of eels, angelfish, parrotfish, lobsters, box fish, 3 different kinds of puffer fish and we even had […]
February 17, 2013

Confidence Coaching Success with Michele Foster

“Christmas party season was around the corner and I didn’t want to deal with the social anxiety for another year. Suzanne helped me to look forward to parties, to be my authentic self and have a very good time doing so. She helped me to transform my negative self perception and I’m very grateful to her for all the insights and useful tips she shared.” -Michele Foster Tweet Share this:Facebook
February 17, 2013

Confidence Coaching Success with Michele Foster

“Christmas party season was around the corner and I didn’t want to deal wth the social anxiety for another year. Suzanne helped me to look forward to parties, to be my authentic self and have a very good time doing so. She helped me to transform my negative self perception and I’m very grateful to her for all the insights and useful tips she shared.” -Michele Foster Tweet Share this:Facebook
January 22, 2013

Stress and Self-Confidence

It’s almost guaranteed that if you have low self-confidence that you will tend to experience more negative stress in your life, so conversely one of the ways to handle stress is by becoming more self-confident. When you learn to feel better about yourself and be more positive, you can change the way you deal with stress. It’s absolutely essential to be confident if you want to be more relaxed and able to handle stressful experiences […]