By Deanne Brennan I recently added 'mindfulness meditation teacher' to my list of credentials. The seed of inspiration for doing this course was planted 20 years ago. I was on the edge of my seat listening to the amazing Dr Ian Gawler who recovered from Stage 4 bone cancer and now has a foundation that … Continue reading Why I became a mindfulness meditation teacher
By Deanne Brennan I enjoy this time between Christmas and New Year, it's all about relaxation and reflection. I tend to do more relaxation than reflection....because I'm really good at relaxing! It's nice to reflect but I'm a huge fan of planning and find a lot of excitement and joy in it. My process of … Continue reading Happiness in a jar…
Who are you? Most people know me as ‘Dee’, I am an optimist, coach and massage therapist. Where are you from? I’m currently living in the Middle East but Australia will always feel like home. What do you do? Life and Wellness Coaching at Thinkoutloud Coaching, Workshops and I am a Soft Tissue (Remedial Massage) … Continue reading Interview with Tickle My Mind
Five minutes with Deanne Brennan from the League of Extraordinary Women By Amanda Whitley — February 01, 2014 No, it’s not a new group of Marvel superheroes…it’s an Australian network of female entrepreneurs that has recently come to Canberra. As four young women, all heading up companies of their own, Sarah Riegelhuth, Sheryl Thai, Liz … Continue reading The League of Extraordinary Women
We were recently featured in The CEO Blog Nation and asked 'Why' I started thinkoutloud... To inspire others to live a life of health and happiness I was a remedial massage therapist for 8 years and my greatest skills were listening and influencing positive change in my clients. I always felt compelled to ‘fix’ my clients … Continue reading My ‘Why’ for starting thinkoutloud..
This blog post was written for 'Women in Focus' for the Commonwealth Bank supporting women in business. The blog is post had to be called 'In my shoes'. In my Shoes... I too own my own business and I too questioned ‘is it all worth it?’ Let me give you a picture of what it … Continue reading Is it all worth it?