Growing, learning, stretching, and becoming the best writer I can be—it’s all a part of the great tapestry of my life.
signing my book, "Fragments of a Shattered Soul Made Whole" Part Two: Traits of a successful entrepreneur – Creativity and Resilience (C) 2018 PersistenceInquisitivenessStrong desire for successHigh energy levelGoal-oriented behaviourIndependentSelf-confidentRisk takerCreativeInnovativeVisionaryCommitmentProblem solving skillsIntegrity – thoughts, words, and deeds match upReliablePersonal initiativeManagement and organizational skillsAgent for changeTolerance for failureDesire to work hardManifesting abilitiesResilienceBrightAdaptableHigh self-esteemChallenge-orientedIdea-orientedInquisitiveCurious Many entrepreneurs … Continue reading Part Two: Traits of a successful entrepreneur – Creativity and Resilience
10May13 Lyn Ayre at her natural perfume table There are many things that a budding entrepreneur can do to ensure optimum success. 1. Developing a website is number one. Few people, in my circle of friends, ever refer to the yellow pages. Ours don’t even make it in the house; they go directly into the … Continue reading Entrepreneurship ~ The Path Less Traveled
I was trained in several dozen modalities of energy healing. I've been practising energy healing since 1974. At that point I spontaneously used it to help my son with the aches he used to get in his legs. It seemed to work, and I became curious about it. I delved into yoga, herbal medicine, chakras, … Continue reading Did you know?
at Writers in our Midst and supported through the Port Moody Library. https://calendar.portmoodylibrary.ca/Default/Detail/2021-06-08-1900-Writers-in-Our-Midst-18 There is a video of tonight's reading posted there. Facebook Time Post for me is 26:10. Thanks for having a look. https://www.facebook.com/pomolibrary/videos/935616330504389 8June2021 Hi Everyone, So, wonderful to listen to other people’s poems, which I’ve enjoyed very much. Thank you all. My … Continue reading Poetry Reading
Today I was interviewed by Janis Cleugh of the Tri City News, because I'm doing a poetry reading for Writers' in our Midst, which is hosted by the Port Moody Library. I was thrilled by the work she did on it. https://www.tricitynews.com/local-arts/eight-writers-to-read-at-tri-city-wordsmiths-poetry-night-in-june-3817169 Love Lyn
© 20June20 Lyn E. Ayre Photo is a fractal I created called, "Spiritual Thought". Have you looked at yourself through critical eyes and found yourself wanting? Are there parts of your personality that you don’t like? Do you burn with shame, when you feel you’re a fraud and a failure, because you hide your true … Continue reading Are you a highly sensitive person?
Lyn E. Ayre, PhD (C) 2021 It is my belief that sometimes, we become ill due to an imbalance in the body. These imbalances come about through many channels, and are simple to remedy. Imbalance – A diet lacking in the daily intake of nutrients and phytonutrients. Balance – We need a variety of fresh, … Continue reading Balancing the Imbalances
I've seen so many movies, shows, and websites about bullying that I wanted to put my own thoughts down about it. It’s time to explain what a bully is. Disagreements happen between people all the time; young and older alike. People scold, yell, and fight daily. Then we agree to disagree and move on. We … Continue reading Bullies
Lyn E. Ayre © 2019 Today, I'm grateful for my sense of smell. To that end, I've written a short article with a sniffing exercise. Allow an hour for this exercise. Write down how you’re feeling right now. You’re going on a scent journey through your own kitchen cupboards. You don't need to have essential … Continue reading Journey of the Senses