About Me

Go where you are celebrated not just tolerated”

I have learned in life that not everyone is going to like me. If I did want everyone to like me I would have to water down my passion to the point that it didn’t risk offending anyone. Everything that drove me to this point in my life, the core motivation, to provide people with a product that can transform their lives would be lost because I worried about being acceptable.

This being said, all of my energy will be spent on helping people that share my passion and are ready to take action on helping themselves and those around them with the E Fit Processes.

What can you expect from me

I live by the C.R.I. principles, Clarity, Respect and Integrity.

I promise to communicate with clarity, I will do my best to leave no room for interpretation. I will ask the hard questions, all in the interest of addressing the challenges presented so that you can come up with the best alternative for resolution.

You will always be treated with respect, I do not judge and always enter a relationship with an opened mind so that I may fulfill the role required of me to assist you.

In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one’s actions. This is what you can expect of me.

Your privacy is and always will be sacred. Mother, superstar, student or president, no matter your station in life you will be treated with the utmost discretion.

Other Books By Bryan Jean

One To Talk 2- Addressing Difficult Conversations

Until now, the importance of emotional first aid has not been promoted to the same extent as physical first aid; hence the need to have E-Fit Coaches (Emotional Fitness) abounding in our society.

I use my E-Fit Coaching skills on a daily basis. Unlike my emergency first aid skills, which are seldom used. And there is one thing that is for sure, you can be just as proud when you help someone through an emotional crisis. A physical crisis can be more life threatening, but any wound, be it emotional or physical, will fester, creating more and more problems the longer it is left unattended.

The more people who use the process to develop conflict management skills, the more likely these skills will be valued, modelled, encouraged, and used by other individuals in a conflict situation.

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One To Talk 2 - About Bullying

There is a lot of information available on the internet, and there are plenty of support groups, organizations and schools that have anti bullying programs for children and adults. All of them worthwhile and beneficial. They all give people resources to help them with bullying. Great people, great programs.

But I did a Google Search for Anti Bullying Programs and there were 22 million hits.

So why did I read in the news last month about two young ladies taking their own lives because of bullying. Why is it that bullying continues to be an epidemic?

What can I do? Let me help you.

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