What do we do with difficult emotions?

By Bron Williams | May 23, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Earlier this week I felt tired. Exhausted in my inner being, and my body reflected that weariness. The cause of this fatigue was more emotional than physical – the sum of a couple of triggers at both the personal and collective levels. I was experiencing a number of difficult emotions. One trigger came out of […]

Don’t honk your horn – I’m just changing lanes.

By Bron Williams | April 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

I posted on LinkedIn about choosing to run in our own lane. Some people responded that they did this well. Others, like myself, felt it was less easy. And I started to wonder why some of us found comparison with others to be normal and the shift to focusing on running in our lane more […]

Thinking boundaries

By Bron Williams | March 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

I wasn’t aware of my thinking boundaries. I was just over on FB when a connection posed a question about God and Lucifer. I’m qualified to respond, given my background and degree and I challenged both the question and the questioner. Back and forth the comments went, as they do on FB. I was reasoned […]

Trust your unique authenticity

By Bron Williams | March 27, 2019 | 0 Comments
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To trust your unique authenticity can be challenging at times. You know how it goes – post an article, make some comments and you put yourself out there. You’ve had lots of great feedback. You know you’re resonating with others. Then some person you don’t actually know, a random online connection, criticises you for what […]

You can choose to lead yourself well

By Bron Williams | March 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Choosing self-leadership is a bit like rearranging the furniture. How often do you rearrange the furniture in your home or office? When we do, the space often seems lighter or more open because we see the space differently. As a teacher, I rearranged the classroom every term. I needed to see the children I taught […]

How do leaders handle difficult emotions?

By Bron Williams | February 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Have you ever felt rage, or any other difficult emotion, so deeply and intensely that it threatened your ability to operate normally? If this happened in the workplace, how did you manage that? Rage is a difficult emotion The rage I felt was cold and deep. It sat on my chest with such weight that I […]

Are you attached or connected?

By Bron Williams | December 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

We all have life stories, or backstories, that arise from our upbringing and experiences. These stories have the ability to either take energy and capacity from, or add them to, our lives. Attachments A negative outcome of the stories we tell ourselves is attachments. Attachments sound as though they should be positives. After all, it’s […]

Let’s Connect

By Bron Williams | October 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

As a coach, I connect with other survivors through our shared experience of abuse. Our situations are usually quite different, but the impacts and consequences are so similar – the same stories told in different words. Connect through experience We connect through shared experiences of pain and heartache, of silence and hiddenness, of shame and […]

You DO deserve the best!

By Bron Williams | October 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

I was part of a Facebook group. You know, the ones that have themes for each day of the week. One day would be posts about gratitude, another about goals. Only one day each week could you promote your business, products or services. The theme I really struggled with was the ‘I deserve’ day. I […]

It’s not your responsibility!

By Bron Williams | September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Jilly glanced at her reflected self. The mirror took in her corporate “uniform” – navy pencil skirt with matching jacket, crisp white blouse, nude stockings and killer heels. Jilly added a pop of colour on her finger – a discreet ruby nestled in a white gold setting. It was the only allowance she made to […]

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