PEOPLE + change = GROWTH
Linda Bruno offers a wide variety of workshops that contribute to your growth including understanding personalities, customer service, leadership, communication, stress management, new hires, and many other topics to promote your personal and professional development.
Hello, again. It’s been a while (I think I hear a song in there!). As many of you know, my previous blog went “quiet” for quite some time. My husband was diagnosed with tongue cancer in 2007 and went through many treatments, tests, and trials over the next 10 ½ years. During those first few years, the blog was my haven – a chance to write about words that helped me stay upbeat and encouraging…and encouraged. Somewhere near the end of 2013, my husband’s issues became increasingly serious and the time required to write a blog post became an issue. What was once a haven, my blog posts, was now a chore. And I never want something to be a chore that has the intended purpose of encouraging people! >>
Hello everyone, It feels good to be “back in the saddle” as they say, with my blog posts (if you see me at a workshop, remind me to tell you about being in a real saddle – at a dude ranch – in October of 2018…and I didn’t even break a bone!). As I meandered around my previous blog re-reading some of the posts, there were some words in there that I think are worth revisiting, especially since those posts were written so many years ago. Things change, we grow, we grow older, maybe we even grow up. >>
Hello everyone, I don’t know when you’ll be reading this, but I wanted to share my “word of the year” with you – encourage. When you look up that word, other words such as advice, support, confidence, inspire, and hope pop up. I love that, don’t you? If we consciously think about encouraging others, we can help give them confidence and hope. HOPE! Hope that they can pull themselves out >>
Hello everyone, I have alluded to this word in an earlier post, but it’s a BIG, important word in our lives these days. Maybe it’s just me, but it seems as a society, we’ve become accustomed to allowing people, events, or circumstances to decide how we live our lives…as if we have little or no control – and very few choices. In other words, those things make the perfect excuse >>