MOMENT COACHING | Ease

Brite Urs Moment coaching, Whole Life Mindfulness

A big theme in my life right now is ease. Almost everyone I talk to, from clients to friends, I am hearing this word.

Ease. The opposite of worry, stress, frustration.

And it’s September. A month notorious for being stressful and full of change like school, projects and fall weather.

Together this month, we are exploring the concept of ease, in relationship to one of my core values: possibility.

Here’s this month’s MOMENT COACHING video question. I invite you to pause right now and make space for some ease. Happy exploration.

3 Ways to Build Resiliency

Brite Urs A mindful life, Life Design, Whole Life Mindfulness

Does this sound familiar to you?

You start a new, positive habit (taking lunch breaks, speaking up for yourself, meditating, etc). Things are going well. You’re feeling good and confident. One day you don’t do the habit. It’s ok, there’s tomorrow, and you’re feeling good right? Days go by. Then, something challenging happens. You hit a wall. That new habit you started – where is it when you need it?

What is resiliency?

Resiliency is often defined as the ability to overcome adversity. It’s more than that. Resiliency is the ability to navigate challenge while being who you are.

What do I mean by that? Think of a time when you overcame a something hard. You made it onto the other side. Did you feel

What keeps you going in hard times?

Brite Urs Moment coaching, Whole Life Mindfulness

This month’s MOMENT COACHING question is…

What keeps you going in hard times?

Perseverance. Grit. Resiliency.

Life throws curveballs in all kind of ways. Like me, you’ve gone through hard times. Perhaps there were times when you felt like giving up. Wondering if “it’s” all worth it. The effort, the heartache, the struggle. Have you felt times of deep sadness? Have you gone through some things you never want to go through again?

I have. One of the themes in my life is hardship. Since I was a kid I have been dealt one curveball after another. No matter how big or small the challenge is, we can feel pushed to our limit. Mentally, emotionally, physically. I get the struggle because, like you, I’ve been

MOMENT COACHING | Resilience

Brite Urs Moment coaching, Whole Life Mindfulness

I wish I could tell you that as you get older life gets easier.

Does a knowing smile come to your face as you read this?

The fact is, it doesn’t. One of the greatness myths about life is that it’s easy. Like me, you have likely gone through some tough stuff in your life. Big or small, life is always throwing curve balls.

You may or may not believe that life doesn’t give you anything you can’t handle. You may or may not believe that everything you experience is a learning opportunity.

Regardless of our beliefs, somehow we keep going.

This month we’re diving into the world of resilience.

So right now, pause. Get quiet. Take a breath in. Here’s this month’s MOMENT COACHING

Listen to your intuition

Brite Urs Moment coaching, Whole Life Mindfulness

This month we’re diving into the deep waters of choice. The question – How do you know if you’ve made the right choice?

Whether you can hear it or not, we all have intuition. We all innately know what’s best for us. That gut feeling that tells us yes and no. Sometimes, it talks to us after the fact with a big “I knew this was going to happen.” Sometimes our intuition lets us know right away. In our stomach, our throats, and shoulders.

Being in choice is where peace, freedom, and meaningful success are found. Listen for it.

Our mind has this ability to rationalize, analyze and justify. You can often feel that unless your mind can validate your intuition you’re making the wrong

How do you know you’ve made the right choice?

Brite Urs Mindful Leadership, Whole Life Mindfulness

This month’s MOMENT COACHING question is…

How do you know you’ve made the right choice?

In today’s world, we are being flooded with information. All this data can make it hard to know what’s the right choice for us. And like me, you likely have people in your life who are generous with their advice. Often well-intentioned, advice can take us away from our innate ability to decide.

What works for one person, doesn’t for another. What a course or article or social media recommends you “should do” isn’t necessarily what you need.

Being in choice requires us to go inward and listen deeply. 

I’m a naturally intuitive person. For a long time, western ways discredited the role of intuition to make decisions. Now science