By Guest Blogger Gabriel Patel As a new business, you likely have your hands full as you work to get your company off the ground, and staffing is often one of those challenges. You want to find good people and keep them because re-hiring can be a frustrating and costly experience. The good news is […]
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I was having a conversation with a friend, and he was telling me about some difficult people in his life. Every time he thought about these people, he affirmed “I am in harmony with them.” He soon realized that it was he who was being so difficult, not them. After that, those individuals were not […]
For the millions of Americans who have battled an addiction, finding ways to recover can be a long, difficult road. For some, it’s a matter of learning how to change bad habits and discover good ones. For others, it’s more about finding new ways to channel negative emotions and how to cope with stress, anxiety […]
Burnout has been a buzzword for years. What exactly is burnout? Burnout occurs when many constant stressors over time, usually from overworking, leave an individual exhausted and no longer able to be at their personal best. The person lacks interest in doing anything. Symptoms of Burnout include constant fatigue, lack of enthusiasm, a negative […]
This month’s blog is a shared post that I received on Facebook from Lena Stevens, Shaman and Author of The Power Path: The Shaman’s Way to Success in Business and Life. Full moon in Libra is Sunday, March 28 at 11:48 AM MST/PDT. What did you pray for this past New Moon? You should receive […]
This month I thought I would repost and share my story about why I think I was diagnosed with lupus. I have had a number of people ask me for my story in a brief form, so here it is: “You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience where you really stop and look […]
Introduction “Each patient carries his own doctor inside of him.” – Albert Schweitzer, MD I remember when I was first diagnosed with lupus. A coworker said to me “Oh, I am so sorry.” I think she thought I was at death’s door, that I was not long for this world. I also remember that instant […]
Or, Finding Relief from Reynaud’s Syndrome I wanted to share with you a process that can help with cold hands or feet. It can even help with Reynaud’s. Reynaud’s is a condition where blood is not flowing to the extremities properly. It usually happens in cold weather. Since it’s starting to get colder outside, I […]
Here’s my biggest problem in prospecting for remote energy healing. People say they are interested in intuitive energy healing. Then, I follow up and I don’t get a response. More often, they will want me to call them back in a month when they can fit it into their schedule. Then they don’t respond […]