Rene I appreciate you “taking me deeper” in helping discover practical steps I can take to “experience” more of things I really desire out of life. I had an “ah ha” moment by simply following your line of questions during the Passion Exercise. And at one point when I was “stuck”, you were amazing at asking me one question – that made the difference. You coached me right along…God’s given you a true gift, thank you for sharing it with me. May you continue adding value to the lives of others –…
Rene’s presentation to my Professional Procedures & Portfolio Development class was well received by the students. I was equally impressed with Rene’s professionalism and ability to manage the audience. He was able to turn potentially disruptive comments from the audience into positives that reinforced his point and opened the eyes of the students. I highly recommend Rene as a presenter. His message is valuable to those looking for direction in order to achieve their personal and professional…
In the 5 months after hiring Rene my business increased by 183% compared to the previous 5 months. If you are wanting to hire a coach, or have ever thought about hiring one… I would highly recommend Rene.
Do you ever find yourself in the blame game? I do.. It is so easy to pass the blame especially when we justify our thoughts and actions. It's even better when we can get other people to agree with us so the accountability can fall on someone/something else. Taking 100% responsibility in every aspect of our lives is key to keeping our power to change.
“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.”
Have an amazing weekend! ~RG~
Share a little LOVE around this week wherever you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier! Make it an awesome week! ~RG~
“The one thing we can never get enough of is love. And the one thing we never give enough of is love.”
― Henry Miller
Looking forward to the weekend and spending some quality time in one of my passions…cycling. Cycling has helped me through a lot of challenges in the past several years. At times when I thought I did not have the strength to get through something, I thought about how I had to continue to push the pedals on some of the steepest climbs I had ever been on to make it to the top. I always find that inner strength that allows me to keep going.
What helps you get through the tough days? What are your plans for the weekend? Make the time to decompress from the week…..and enjoy the gift of days ahead. ~RG~
Joe Bowman Alas I believe my therapy was on the shovel...4 more inches of snow at least I had my kids to join in the fun!!!
March 1, 2014 at 4:30 pm
Starr Pilmore LOVE this picture! Have a great ride this weekend. Looking for a 45 mile training ride tomorrow! René Guerra & Joe wanna join me in this beautiful 70-80 degree training weather???? And I agree biking is my therapy!
March 1, 2014 at 6:23 am1
Joe Bowman Fab exercise and I was cross training with swimming and yoga...then the mucus congestion settled in...and well I work out mostly with a fork lately and a cup of tea. Did get on the rock wall at REI today!!
March 3, 2014 at 12:10 am
Rene Guerra-RTG Coaching,LLC Hey Joe, don't you cross country ski? That's some great training!
March 2, 2014 at 3:44 am1
How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours. ~Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
In any given situation, maintain your integrity and don't allow your ego to get the best of you. As Dr. Wayne Dyer says…..when the EGO gets involved…..it is Edging God Out. Stay true to yourself as it is not about winning. Have a great day in your part of the world! ~RG~
David Farr Sure tamales? Cotton patch ? Carino's? Take a pick
March 7, 2014 at 11:17 pm
David Farr Chick fla sound ok? 11ish
March 7, 2014 at 10:03 pm
David Farr What does Friday next week look like for you? Doing the family gig the beginning of the week for spring break
March 7, 2014 at 9:28 pm
David Farr K let me check with the spouse to make sure she doesn't have something planned for me and I'll get back with ya I the next few days
March 4, 2014 at 11:00 pm
David Farr Rene sorry for the late response I'm off next week for spring break and a probably do lunch are you open?
March 4, 2014 at 10:49 pm
Rene Guerra-RTG Coaching,LLC You bet David, let's meet for lunch someday and catch up.
February 27, 2014 at 1:29 pm
David Farr See ya at 11 Friday
March 7, 2014 at 11:42 pm1
David Farr Very true! Thanks Rene!
February 27, 2014 at 12:04 pm1
"Sometimes you just have to take the leap, and build your wings on the way down.~ Kobi Yamada~
What is holding you back from taking that chance, leap, opportunity or inspired action? FEAR, RISK? AND what will happen if you never take that chance etc….. You will find your wings. ~Let's finish today/week strong by taking an inspired action towards something you may have been putting off. ~RG~
"There is a certain relief in change, even though it be from bad to worse! As I have often found in travelling in a stagecoach, that it is often a comfort to shift one's position, and be bruised in a new place."
Sometimes the universe will create a new path to show you that you have more to offer with your unique talents and gifts. When one door closes…a new door opens... is a gentle nudge for you to live in your passion and share with others. Ask the question….How can I Serve?
Listen quietly and take inspired action! Make it an awesome day! ~RG~
Lee Rose Ringo-Emrick New directions brings us new things to try and love !!
February 25, 2014 at 6:08 pm1
Lee Rose Ringo-Emrick Good job !!
February 25, 2014 at 7:04 pm1
We all go through challenging times in our lives. Always know that even when/if you feel alone, a higher power is helping you on your path. Have a great weekend! ~RG~
We sometimes get bogged down with the things that bother us. Take the time to be still and listen for direction. Meditate or take a walk in nature to release your thoughts and worries. It does and will get better. Have an awesome day! ~RG~
Life will give you hidden messages…..and when it does…
My Story: Second Chances and New Realizations
It was New Year’s Eve when, as young, rebellious 20 year-olds, my best friend and I were out drinking and driving and I crashed my truck into a tree while driving through a park. The truck sustained $1,800 damage while we escaped with only cuts and bruises.
When we saw headlights coming towards us within 5 minutes after the crash, we were worried that is was a police car. I threw the bottle of Jack Daniels into the creek, as if the officer wouldn’t be able to tell we had been drinking.
But when the car pulled up, we were relieved to see a station wagon driven by a man with very long hair and beard. He looked a lot like Jesus.
My friend asked if he could take us to his parent’s home and he just nodded…yes. Throughout the drive, he never spoke a word or asked if we were okay. We were so relieved to be heading home and so shaken by the accident that we didn’t notice his mysterious silence at the time.
As we pulled up to the house, we thanked him and knocked on the door. When my friend’s mother answered the door and saw the blood running down my face, she was shocked and puzzled.
She asked how we got home and as my friend and I turned around a second later, the old white station wagon had completely disappeared. “That was your guardian angel,” she said with quiet reverence.
We were shocked and both wondered why the man never said a word and how our injuries were so minimal. We talked about our experience at length and concluded that it was a sign that we had greater things to accomplish in life.
The accident dramatically impacted my life and proved to me that a greater power is always watching over me and that I have things to accomplish in life.
Have you been given a second chance to change? Would enjoy hearing your story. ~RG~
Celebrate and acknowledge EVERY mile marker you reach in life. Keep the faith in knowing you are one step closer to where you want to be. Keep pedaling and enjoy the scenery. Which life mile marker(s) will you achieve this week? Let's begin with week with momentum! ~RG~
Keep close the people that support, push & encourage you to reach your dreams and goals. For they realize & see the potential in you…..to live and work in your life purpose & passion! Thanks Tricia for being that person for me! Make it an awesome weekend! ~RG~
Be Resilient….. as everyday brings us a chance to start over. We all this those stand down moments in life. Times can be painful as the people you thought you could count on…turned their backs on you. The job that defined you for 20 years is gone. You may actually be taking a step forward on the path to your truest desires and ultimately to your destiny. Perceived failure is just life trying to move you in a different direction…….. ~Oprah~
Isn't is awesome we get to start over…..each day? Make everyday……a new beginning. ~RG~
At the end of my day, I like to reflect and ask the following questions:
What did I learn from the experiences or challenges I encountered?
What could I have done differently?
How could I have spoken or reacted differently?
Did I speak with integrity?
What assumptions were being made?
By asking these questions, it increases my awareness so I can give more to the next day activities. What will you do to "give more" to your day? Make it a great week of giving. ~RG~
We all face "hills" in our lives. In fact, we may have to climb them daily, hourly, weekly, monthly & yearly. Every encounter makes us stronger and wiser as we move along in life. It takes courage & strength to overcome the many things we may face in life but reaching the top is priceless. What hill will you embrace and conquer in your path? Keep pedaling to the top! Have an awesome weekend!
Lee Rose Ringo-Emrick May God always give you the strength to ride to the top !!!
February 7, 2014 at 1:39 pm1
Brittany Martin I love this!! Thanks for the share:)
February 7, 2014 at 11:03 am1
Rene Guerra-RTG Coaching,LLC Thanks Brittany! Have an awesome day! I need to attend one of your awesome spin classes!
February 7, 2014 at 1:20 pm1
Our teachers are the people we come in contact with on a daily basis. Don't push away people who challenge you, for they are your greatest teachers to learn from. Take the time to reflect on the situation and apply the learnings. Wisdom is key.
Make it an awesome week! ~RG~
Summer Crosbie Bravo!
February 3, 2014 at 8:36 pm1
Summer Crosbie That's where I am too!
February 3, 2014 at 9:15 pm1