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Being Heart-Thoughtful Leads the Way

by Bonnie Snyder, Ed.S., CPC and Jan Rysdon, M.A., CHt.
“The heart-brain dynamic modulates and regulates every function of the body and brain, influences our endocrine glandular functions, immune system, capacity for body healing, all memory and learning, DNA activity and of course All relationships.”

— Joseph Chilton Pearce
Are there days when you feel like you radiate with clarity and a sense of calm? And no matter what comes your way or how busy you are, whatever happens, it all works out – even the challenges? Those days you feel a sense of integrity and trust yourself fully as you lead with confidence in your personal and professional life. When worry, stress, or feeling overloaded sneaks in…
 
You can also, without a doubt, remember the days when you were highjacked and disconnected. And maybe you thought you shouldn’t be. It may have started with a challenging situation or stressful thoughts. You couldn’t see the light. Your radiance and your resiliency seemed to drain away, forgotten in a moment. You lost YOU and then navigated without your sense of ease and confidence.
 
During those times, it was easy to move into automatic pilot. You didn’t fully consider all aspects of your decisions but just did whatever you needed to get through the day. Perhaps your body’s natural protective system of the ‘fight, flight, or freeze’ kicked in.
 
When this happened, you became disconnected from your heart. You let your mind run with unhelpful stories, and your ability to fully listen to your intuition or hear your inner wisdom fell by the wayside. In those times, so did your ability to lead yourself and others as effectively as you usually do.
 
So, how do you get YOU back? How do you reconnect to your inner leader, and have compassion to guide yourself and others effectively?
 

The Heart-Thoughtful Mindfulness Connection

We know that being mindful reminds us to be in the moment. By adding “Heart-Thoughtful” to mindfulness you introduce another aspect to your life creating a partnership of the heart and mind. This partnership is invaluable in being an effective, resilient leader.
 
Being Heart Thoughtful empowers you. It helps you reclaim your confidence, clarity and calm. The strategies and ways of being Heart-Thoughtful along with leading with your heart followed by your mind creates resiliency.


Effective leadership in both personal and professional situations involves being Heart-Thoughtful. Use simple, easy, resilient, Heart-Thoughtful Mindfulness strategies! Imagine having a sense of wellbeing that brings joy and calm as you create space for new possibilities!

Calling All Parents, Grandparents, Leaders, and Teachers

Join Jan Rysdon and Bonnie Snyder for their FREE COURSE Heart-Thoughtful Parenting Tips & Strategies that is essential for any parent seeking practical strategies and tips to empower children to develop resiliency and self-reliance. You’ll learn why resilient parents and children can be empowered to respond rather than react to life.

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Jan Segers Rysdon, M.A., CHt., (formerly known as Jan Ballantine), taught children in first grade through middle school for nine years before moving to the college level in 1981 while obtaining a master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language when she lived in Puerto Rico. At St. Petersburg College she taught oral and written communication skills, created the last online course (Public Speaking), and coordinated an international health education grant program. After retiring, she became a hypnotist, stress management consultant, and mindfulness educator. For over 30 years Jan has been practicing self-hypnosis and visualization techniques as well as teaching them to clients, students, and the general public. Currently she is co-developing Heart-Thoughtful Mindfulness materials with Bonnie Snyder; they currently have two books available on Amazon. As a volunteer at an elementary school in Tarpon Springs, FL, she helps children read, write, learn English, and study various subjects.

Visit Jan at www.JanRysdon.com and www.HeartThoughtfulMindfulness.com

 

Certified Professional Coach, Graduate of the Authentic Happiness coaching program (Positive Psychology), and with a Diplomate in Energy Psychology, Bonnie supports and inspires her clients in overcoming their challenges and finding their inner happiness. Her book, Angel Violet’s Magic Wings, wisely guides children to trust their heart and to take time to notice how they feel. Bonnie brings her background in teaching, counseling, and coaching at elementary as well as college levels, where she has taught Empowerment and Communication Skills. She has also conducted vocational testing and stress management programs. She incorporates “power therapies” and trauma-based modalities not only with children and families, but also with businesswomen and men. Her focus on simple techniques to quickly manage and overcome stress and to release old patterns has helped hundreds of individuals. One of Bonnie’s specialties is supporting highly sensitive and intuition women and children.

Visit Bonnie at Diamond Pathways and www.HeartThoughtfulMindfulness.com

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