Posts Tagged ‘Power’

The caring power of social media

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

Military Wives Choir 


Tweeting earlier to @Milwiveschoir I asked them   ‘ Will you all sing ‘Get Well Soon’ for my lovely soldier son, injured after a parachute jump Friday?

Here’s the response tweet in seconds…..
“I can tweet Get Well Soon lol x x I hope he is feeling better soon x x”

I thanked her ☀☺☀ ta 4 tweet ☀☺☀ and suggested they Sing louder as he’s in hospital in France. 😉


This message in from Sadie Murray, sums up the power of prayer across the globe, beautifully.


Dear Carolyn,

I will pray…and I BELIEVE in the power of prayer. Keep us updated on his recovery…and I have good friends all over France one who is a physician (as is her husband) in Paris should you need a “friend’ there. My friends are your friends…



Carolyn Williams ( proud mum of Rhys)


Breathing new life into business. I provide social media campaigns for small business owners & entrepreneurs to help increase their followers, advocates and leads using social media.



Workout at Work Day Sparkle Tip ~ Taking your power back from others

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011


Taking your power back from others

One of the most ticked boxes from my Fitness Goal Planner is ‘How can I have more energy?’

Here’s six tips. How about adding some of yours? smile

1Wake up, sleepy head!
Unsurprisingly, lack of sleep is the most common cause of low energy, so try and get between seven and eight hours sleep a night. Dim lights at night. You can help yourself get a good night’s sleep by keeping to a pattern of going to sleep and waking up at the same time, whether you’re tired or not and making sure your bedroom is the right temperature and not too noisy. A good sleep is should be like a good meal, leaving you satisfied and happy with just enough room for a little bit more.

2Dr. Das wrote Thin people don’t skip Breakfast Raise glucose metabolism Energise to exercise!
Breakfast recharges your batteries and kick-starts your body and mind for the day ahead, then people wonder why they feel so sluggish when they miss it. If you don’t feel like eating first thing in the morning, have a glass of energy-boosting fresh fruit juice. Too rushed to eat? Try munching on fruit, oatcakes or cereal bars.For those of you trying to lose weight effectively eat regular meals starting with a ‘Power’ breakfast.

3. Move it!
Put a spring in your step. Just 15 minutes of exercise can make a huge difference to your energy levels. Too busy to exercise? Try walking that extra stop to the bus, taking the stairs instead of the lift or going for a brisk walk during your lunch break.

4Power Breathe
Feel like you are rushing around with no time to breathe? Stop panting and take a deep breath of fresh air. By not taking in enough oxygen, energy levels drop dramatically and this can even cause slight dizziness. Stop what you are doing and take five deep breaths. Breathe in through one nostril to the count of three and then exhale for six. Change nostril and repeat. Do this daily for an energy lift.

Take your power break!

5Dynamic Stretching ~ Stretch while you hydrate – Drink regular glasses of water!
Feeling creaky? Stretching is one of the easiest ways to release tension and boost energy. Stretching for two to three minutes will loosen your muscles, ease joints and allow blood to flow more easily around your body. Whether you’re at your Pc desk, at home or stuck in traffic, stretching as many parts of your body as possible will give you more energy and help relax you at the same time. Never take your neck and back for granted. Sit on a Chi Ball to ease your spine or curl up on the floor ‘like a ball’ holding the inner thighs close to your chests, as you relax the head and neck!

6. Take a walk on the wild side and have some fun!.

Look out for tomorrows Shocking Now! Workout at Work Day Tip! Got any of your own moves to add?



Carolyn Williams, helping you to re-energise for your business.

Breathing for business. I mentor business people and help them improve their focus, energy and clarity for new business.