Week 4 of 2011

Hi again,

How has your week been? I hope it’s getting better by the day.

In the last 3 weeks or so, many people in the top region of Australia have been very busy recovering from the flood disaster and they are still busy cleaning up now while the rest of the country busy helping with whatever we can do.

The government is very busy processing the emergency payments to make sure that the people affected can recover faster although those who have lost love ones may never recover other than material recovery.

For that reason let’s pray for them sending our wishes for their resilience, strengths and faith.

Let’s help as much as we can and give generously.

While that’s happening, please do not forget to maintain your own health and well being to ensure that we can stay strong so we can continue helping those in need of help.

Life is short and anything can happen to any of us, so let’s make the most of e eery minute we have. Look after yourself and be kind to others.

The weather is really nice in Adelaide, lovely mild summer. Going for a walk in the fresh air by the beach or the trees is always nice. Eat sensibly and exercise regularly.

Having healthy life style is the best and easiest thing we can do to maintain our resilience and strength.

While I would have loved posting more articles today, I thought I had better get my walk on the sun first to get my vitamin D and my exercise.

Catch you later,

Coach Tenny


Week 3 of 2011

Hi All,

I hope the first 3 weeks of 2011 has been great for you and I hope you remember to pray for those who have been affected by the natural disasters around the globe.

The Government, charity organisations, community supporters and individuals have been busy giving, helping and paying tribute to those people who were unfortunately affected by something that was no way to be controled.

A humungous amount of water, fire, mud or anything for that matter is extremely dangerous particulary when/if it come in  an extremely unorderly and uncontrolable manner.

Althought disasters are often out of our control, while we follow all the rules to be much better prepared to minimise the effect of disasters, let’s learn to also be in control of our own attitude and behaviour on an ongoing basis to become a stronger person.  This way we will also become better in dealing with difficult situations like natural disasters.

If you need help, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards,

Coach Tenny


Week 2 of 2011

Hello Everyone,

How are you all? I hope you are well at this point.

First of all, let’s have a moment to reflect again and pray for our family and friends in Queensland, North of Australia who are facing a massive natural disaster of floods.

It is extremely sad news and may those who are safe remain safe and healthy.

If nothing else, let’s give and help generously or as much as we can.

It is such a devastating news and impossible to comprehend.

The force and power of this humungous flow of water is sweeping through some 75% of this second largest state of this continent of Australia. It is the most heroic scene I have ever seen and I am not even seeing it with my bare eyes, only on television, it is frightening for me to see and I am so… frightened for people who are there. It is traumatising and daunting to hear and see.

May GOD bless those people for their safety and may they stay strong.


Coach Tenny,


Week 1 of 2011

Hi My Favourite Readers,

Happy New Year…! May 2011 is the best year yet for you all.

How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolution so far? Did you even have one?

What did you plan to improve this year?

  • Bigger goals?
  • Better financial management?
  • Better eating habits?
  • More exercise?
  • Higher motivation?
  • More generousity?
  • More organised?
  • More confidence and self esteem?
  • More tolerance?

Whatever it is you plan to improve, other than making your plan, ensure that that you have a well structured processes and most of all you must take action on your plan.

Once you commence taking action, if it does not work successfully the first time, never ever give up, you must be persistence and repeatedly refocus or recompose yourself to do it again and again until you achieve your goals.

Make sure that you set smaller goals and achieve one small goals at a time. How do you eat an elephant? “One bite at a time”. That right, one step at a time and enjoy your journey to get to your destiny. Be patient and be persistent. There is no other way.

If you already set you goals and prepared your plans for this year, you may want to review it now and check if you have started with your action plans. If you haven’t and you are in a position to take your first step right this minute, do it now.

Proscrastination is the worst blocker of any success, so don’t allow your mind to play with this dangerour word of proscrastination. Encourage and force yourself to do what you need to do. Swith that “YES” button on your right side of your brain.

If you haven’t already prepared your plans or set your goals, why don’t you start doing that now. A plan is extremely important to start your journey to success. Without a clear plan, you don’t have a target and we may go all over the place without choosing the path to take you to where you want to go and where you want to end up being.

The first week of 2011 is not over yet and even if it was by the time you get to read this, you are never too late to start.

Enjoy the rest of this first week and all the best.

Catch you later,


Coach Tenny,