Inspirational Notes & Quotes
Julie B. Hill - Founder
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is
accomplished.” --Lao Tzu
WELLNESS: N =Nature
Julie B. Hill
Nature creates a sense of
wellness. Research has shown that being in nature improves a person’s emotional
and mental well-being. There are so many wonderful benefits from stress reduction,
mental clarity, and a positive attitude. The key is to make it a habit, a ritual,
to get out into nature as much as possible.
1) During the winter
months, get out for brisk walks at a favorite park! There are so many
wonderful things to do like skating, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and so
much more! Just embrace the beauty of winter and what Nature has to offer us!
2) Living in
Minnesota is wonderful with the beauty of our four seasons! However, you may need more sun and warmth to
balance the cold winter months. If so, book a warm weather get-away at least once every winter season. You
will come back refreshed and rejuvenated. This has been a practice of mine for over 20
years and it works every time!
Wellness Tip: I would love for you to come hear my
presentation on “Stress-less Living “at our upcoming Post-Valentine Girls Night
Out at Lord Fletcher’s on Lake Minnetonka. We have an awesome guest speaker, Jacqueline Fiore
on “Sensational Skin Care” and my business partner Vitalia speaking on “Sex
& Sizzle.” Just go to www.inspiredthinking.org to
sign up. Talk about Beauty & Nature in winter experience Lake Minnetonka
with dynamic women networking and learning together!
Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, M.Ed/DTM
is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature.”
Business - "What Are You Naturally Good At?"
Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, M.Ed/DTM
You have many innate talents and unique skills. So the question is:
How do you find out what
you’re uniquely good at so you can use those skills to make a living doing what
You need to consider your proficiency levels in both soft skills
and hard skills, along with the strengths of your own personality traits. These are things that are hardwired into you,
as part of you.
1. Take an assessment. – There are many personality quizzes
you can take that can help you discover who you really are.
2. Stop looking within. – Ask others what they think your
best skills are and get their opinions.
3. Imagine you were given
a project. – Map it out and measure results.
Take a moment and think: What is easy for you that might not be for
4. Discover what you don’t already know. – Try to learn
something new and find out how you enjoy it.
5. What do you love to do? - - If you love to write, you’re
probably good at writing. If you
love to speak, you’re probably good at speaking
(writing and speaking often go hand-in-hand, but not necessarily).
The main question to ask is what are you really good at naturally
and is it something you are passionate about? That’s when we’re in our comfort zones and can
do meaningful work.
Business Tip: Discover Your Passion, Develop your Purpose, and Design a Plan
that will help you achieve your goals!