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You are ..

Monday, August 27th, 2012

You are the only person responsible for your success.

Taking ownership. Being responsible for your success lies with you. Here’s a paragraph from a Steve Job conversation “The best part of your life will start on the day you decide your life is your own – no one to lean on, rely on, or blame. You are in full control of your future. Believe with all your heart that you will do what you were made to do. It may be tough at times, but refuse to follow some preordained path. Make your own rules and have your own game plan. There is no happiness and success to be found by playing it safe and settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living”.

A great corporate well-being strapline for me is “Positivity fuels productivity”.  We are responsible for that choice of good productive energy.  If we act on our game plan with dollops of self-belief, we will succeed. You can choose to get caught up in the negativity surrounding you, or you can decide to do something positive about your situation.

For us sole and small business owners, it’s about “the more I love and embrace change, the more my life unfolds easily and effortlessly in making the best of what I have.” I wrote We can all help each other grow richer’.  We are responsible online for our choices that can and does influence our network success. My whole business life has been focused on facilitating activities to re-energise employees and individual entrepreneurs.  I walk the strapline talk every single waking hour. I believe in my message, my service, do you?

Carolyn Williams

Breathing new life into business. I provide social media campaigns for small business owners to help raise their profiles online..

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It is how you talk to patients that matter!

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

A Wake Up Call

It’s the way you talk to patients that counts. It lowers pain and improves recovery time. I’ve seen countless examples over the past week in emergency treatment how important it is that you talk with patients as opposed to at or down to them. The words you use to reassure patients in severe pain distress helps ongoing investigations and recovery time. My daughter Emma seen here has been fighting a nasty bug that has attacked her kidney and has been receiving treatment on the NHS through an amazing team led by a Kidney Specialist but some have no idea how to speak to patients.

Showing how ~ Emma my daughter, talking to a Dolphin.

Nic added his comment ….
“A colleague of mine put together a course for consultants, junior doctors and nurses in surgery teams to educate them about the importance of the words they use pre-, during and post-op. She included things like non-violent language, the importance of wording things in the positive etc. She was told that there was no need for it!

Yet there is growing evidence that the words used by these people have a huge impact on patients and that surgical teams continue to say inappropriate things”

..on my previous post but it seems the point of my message was lost in replies discussing how NHS trust budgets are controlled, missing the real issue completely. Nursing training and specialist skills are vital for patient recovery.

Here is another response posted earlier..

“That’s SO true ~ in our society today, its too much effort to even Smile at our neighbours these days ~ let alone say “Hello”!! Wots wrong with US ALL these days? Is it a pathology of the Century?? Today’s “sick” society ~ Thank U for posting this, Carolyn. Bless U”

 

Carolyn Williams, helping you find ways to re-energise yourself for your business?

@LifestyleOnline

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.

Swansea
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I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You!

Sunday, October 30th, 2011


My daughter’s KC Spaniel Louis

I sent this photo last night to Pat Cox in response to my tweet from Julie Mewett. When my son serves his country overseas we send the usual parcels but my daughter sends out extra parcels for the doggies who serve along side their trained soldier handlers. I spotted a tweet that mentioned the wonderful work that these beautiful pups do from Pat Cox and from there on enjoyed an amazing exchange with Julie Mewett who with her family run The Dog Stop Canine Boarding and Transportation in Lewes, Sussex. Julie’s tweet response to this was ” Its so good to find someone else doing the same thing” and then sent me this clip ~ . Dog Deliveries 02.09.10 came and filmed with us

 

 

 

A timely exchange and engagement as we come up to The Poppy Appeal 2011
The Soldiers with Robin Gibb I’ve got to get a message to YOU!

Dedicating this Blog to L/Cpl Liam Tasker and Theo, his beloved Springer Spaniel.

Emma was very tearful when she read about Theo dying, not long after his master had been killed while on patrol in Afghanistan.

L/Cpl Liam Tasker with his beloved Theo his Springer Spaniel. She had been sending out parcels to the canine section at Camp Bastion and followed Theo’s story..

 


We salute your courage

 

Wishing all those serving our Country overseas a safe home coming.   Carolyn x

 

Moving minds, helping you to focus on doing business

 


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