Inspiration

Vulnerability is key!

Posted by on Jan 9, 2016 in Authenticity, book, Inspiration, SOAR Movement, vulnerability | 0 comments

Vulnerability is key!

And now we have Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada and Barak Obama, President of the United States, allowing their Vulnerability to come through. How refreshing! In my book SOAR with Vulnerability I say that Vulnerability is your strength, your untainted power. And that you are only Invulnerable when you are in fear. Perhaps we are starting to realize that vulnerability brings us closer together, and that invulnerability separates us. Didn’t you feel closer to Justin Trudeau when he started crying? Of course you did. And what about when Barak Obama’s ‘poker face’ disappeared or should I say, as mentioned on CNN, when President Spock cracked? Vulnerability works hand in hand with Authenticity. They cannot be separated. 2016 the year to live your life in Authentic Vulnerability and Vulnerable Authenticity! WOW! Are you ready to get closer and let yourself be loved for who you truly are? Are you willing to surrender and allow forgiveness to take place? Authenticity matters, and it matters today more then it ever did. Take the time to share your insights on vulnerability and join my SOAR...

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Are you eager to start anew on January 1, 2016?

Posted by on Dec 10, 2015 in ego, Holidays, Inspiration, message, resistance, SOAR Movement, Uncategorized, vulnerability | 0 comments

Besides being a month for partying with family and friends, December is always a month for Reflection. Reflection on what you have accomplished or not in the past 12 months, resolutions you have made and kept or not, goals you have set and reached or not, commitments you have completed or not, forgiveness that happened or not, etc. Perhaps you find yourself reflecting on 2015 and saying to yourself: “Man, where did the time go? I did not do half of the things I wanted to do.”   It is also a perfect time to reflect on your values. Have you honored and respected your most important values or have you allowed yourself and/or someone else to violate them? Look back, be honest and dare answer the painful truth. Reflection happens in a matter of seconds not hours. Your heart knows, your higher self knows, YOU KNOW. So, what will it be? Another year of pretension, limitation and aversion or will you choose recognition, expansion, and appreciation of your true self, your true gifts and your true purpose? Wayne Dyer, Internationally renowned author said: “Don’t die with your music still in you“. Simple words and so profound. It means that you don’t allow yourself to live any life other than the one you were born to live. Are you living the life you were born to live? Or are just floating through it? Are you taking the time to ask yourself those disturbing, meaningful, challenging questions and more, are you allowing yourself to LIVE those questions? If you are ready to step up into your REAL LIFE, the one you are meant to live, make a difference, leave your mark, your legacy and never question yourself again, then let’s talk NOW. Email me at suzanne@suzanneletourneau.com to book your heart to heart conversation with me. In the subject box just put I AM READY. In this heart to heart conversation we will strip your fears, your doubts, your restrictions and discover your true love, your calling, your story. We will bring your vision to light and tap into your new discovered strengths. I am offering this for a limited time and only for the ones who are totally committed to make a change in their lives in 2016. My new program starts promptly on January 1, 2016. *Book your session with me before Dec. 17, 2015 and you can get into the program for half price. Why? Because an act of courage needs to be recognized. Once that is done you will be able to enjoy your Holidays and you will be totally ready to hit the road running at the beginning of 2016. This is my gift to you. Will you take it?...

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Never take Your Life for granted.

Posted by on Sep 24, 2015 in blog, Inspiration, message, vulnerability | 0 comments

Never take Your Life for granted.

On Sunday, August 15, 2015 I had a bad fall. The heel of my shoe got caught in the space between the deck boards,and I went flying!     I must have lost consciousness for a while because I do not remember much after that, except for my friend taking me back to my temporary summer home in St-Sauveur, Qc and, reassuring me that I was going to be alright.  When I got up the next morning I could see a big cut on top of my right eye brow that was still bleeding, so I decided to put a band aid on it and went on with my day. But all day I was not feeling great; like I was not myself. I was in a daze and walking around like a zombie. So I decided to just lay down and relax. I did not have any strength and knew I could not get behind the wheel of my car to drive to the drug store and get myself the necessary stuff to clean my wound and all. So around 3:30pm, I called my younger sister who lives 20 minutes away and see if she was available to pass by. She did! Forty five minutes later she was at my door and looked at my wound and wanted to take me to the hospital but I refused. I am definitely not an hospital person. So she went to the drug store to get what was needed and proceeded in doing the cleansing and disinfecting herself. She even applied a very professional bandage. (the one you see on the picture) No nurse could have done a better job than she did. Thank you sister! Monday night I went to bed pretty early, still not feeling great. I woke up at 4:00am knowing that something was wrong but I didn’t even have the strength to get up and get my cell phone to call someone. Until 7:00am, when I forced myself to get to the phone and call an ambulance. The ambulance arrived at 8:30am. Why am I telling you this story? Because it took me about two weeks to realize that I could have died. Yes, die. Just like in the movies. Someone falls, hits their head, and never get up. The impact of the fall was much bigger than I thought. I kept on focusing on my head because it was the obvious but only 3 days after the fall, after I had left the hospital, did  I feel this pain on the right side of my body. I did have a wound on my right knee that I could see, but I also had pain from the whole right side of my body especially the right side of my lower leg. Which is still quite painful to the touch. My left thumb is still swollen and painful. ( I must have tried to reduced the impact somehow.) Anyway, going back to this I could have died stuff, I believe that this accident happened for a reason. It takes a lot to slow me down or stop me from doing what I intend to do. Okay I was not in a big car accident, or anything major like that, but the intimate realization of:  one day you are here and the next day you’re not, was much closer then ever. I am NOT immortal in this body. I am Blessed. I am Grateful. And I am Human! Questions: Which pain do I need to look at first?  Which wounds do I need to heal? The ones I see or the ones I don’t...

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I Need Do Nothing

Posted by on Jun 27, 2015 in Inspiration, SOAR Movement, vulnerability | 0 comments

Really? What do you mean? I talk about it in my book SOAR with Vulnerability: from the moment you think you need something, you are coming from this place of lack or this place of perception of lack.  And this is really what you want to look at: the Perception.  Perception is only perception. It is NOT real. Just like opinion is just that, an  opinion. Does it make it the truth or reality? Of course not. It only makes it real or true to the one who believes in it. The ultimate truth can never be shaken or destroy. Oh! Of course some people have tried in the past and are still trying. The truth is truth will prevail it all. It is not our humanely decision. It is not even our life. Ouch! I know I still need to work through this myself . It is not my life. It is Life coming through me . But boy, did I buy into the illusion of believing that this is my life. I feel like I am on a roller coaster between the illusion and the truth, the truth and the...

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What does it mean to find Your Voice, your Message?

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in book, Inspiration, message, self-published, voice, writing | 0 comments

What does it mean to find Your Voice, your Message?

Finding your true message might seem quite difficult for some and easier for others. It depends on many factors. These factors could take you back as far as your childhood, the country your were born in, the culture you were raised within, your innate temperament, single child versus multiple siblings, etc. As a child, were you encourage to express yourself and develop your own opinions or were you raised to follow your parents beliefs? Were you born in a country where if you were not a man, you had no rights and no say on anything? Were you born with an introvert temperament versus extravert and have been keeping all your feelings inside? Nevertheless, the way to find your voice is the same exercise for everyone. We all have our Guru within, who knows the answers to all. So in order to find your true message, you want to: First, find something  you really care about. Something that you are truly passionate about: either it pisses you off, makes you tremendously happy, or disturbs  you greatly. It is something that you believe in with all your heart and when shared with people, you create an instant bond and easy connection. You talk about it freely and are not afraid of sharing all angles of your POV. Second, be still and stop all the other voices that are shattering in your head. They are mostly coming from fear therefore your ego. These voices are trying to gear you in the wrong direction by scaring you with the opinions of others, and their judgments. Stand still and dare speak your true voice. Third, dare step it up and leave a legacy.  Choose the medium (book, business, blog, newsletter, etc) you feel most comfortable with, and start sharing your wisdom, your expertise, your gift. Someone out there is anxiously waiting for your message! Don’t know where to start, just post a comment and I will get you on your way!...

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Finding Your Voice!

Posted by on May 26, 2015 in book, Inspiration, self-published, writing | 0 comments

Have you ever watched the TV show the Voice?  I think it is in all language right now. But the best one is always the original right? I have to say that my favourite season was when Usher &  Shakira were there together. So much passion and authenticity from both of them.                             What makes this reality TV show so popular? Besides helping someone’s dream come true? It helps you remember that you too have a story to tell. You have your unique message inside of you that needs to be heard. A voice to express your uniqueness. It is time to own it and stop hiding behind your self-defeating excuses. People are waiting for you message, for the inspiration that only you can give them. What will it be? A song, a book, a blog?  It doesn’t matter. Just follow your heart and make it happen. It is much easier than you think and you will help change people’s lives and transform yours. If you do not want to do it for yourself, do it for the person that desperately need to hear your words of wisdom. Your life experiences makes you the expert on very specific matters. My new program Your Message is Your Money Machine is here to show you the 5 Easy Steps process to follow so you can rapidly and effectively, overcome the confusion and challenges of not knowing where and how to start. In the celebration of who you are and WHY you are here,...

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