A few weeks ago, I mentioned I was going to visit an energy healer who supposedly could help release destructive ties to ancestors. Well, I visited him and what I learned had a lot to do with what not to do as a professional practitioner. It also helped me clarify what needs to be done.
Camille Adair has developed a unique approach to coaching and consulting, informed by her experience working with people related to life and death as a hospice nurse, educator and health care leader. Over the years she has developed a practice that allows her to serve as a guide, facilitator and mentor in accessing one’s inner wisdom and healing and in leading groups toward organizational health.
Certified in emotional intelligence and family constellation work, with formal training in mindfulness practice, Camille has synthesized these modalities into a blended approach providing a resource-rich, individualized framework for her clients.
The best way to save on healthcare costs is to stay healthy. Since most physical problems are the result of poor lifestyle choices, you have the ability to stave off chronic problems and serious dis-ease by making different choices. In this episode, I discuss some of the alternatives to traditional allopathic medicine.
After working in traditional financial firms since 2007 and then going to work for a NY start-up Sophia Bera decided to quit her job to launch her own firm, Gen Y Planning. Now, she’s location independent and is the top Google search for “Financial Planner for Millennials.”
Sophia’s been quoted in The New York Times, Forbes, Business Insider, AOL, The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine and more. She was recently named one of “10 Young Advisors to Watch” by Financial Advisor Magazine and one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by InvestmentNews.
An Adventurous Entrepreneur
After leaving a full-time job with Apple Retail, Zephan Blaxberg had a series of interesting experiences before he started his podcast, the Year of Purpose, early this year. He interviews entrepreneurs and experts all over the globe who are living a life on their own terms, which is exactly what he’s doing – and I’ll let him fill in the details.
A client mentioned that even though she had made great progress, she still had occasional episodes of financial fear. I explain why this is perfectly normal and how to deal with it when it shows up.
Robert Riopel today has an inspiring story. Today he travels around the world helping hundreds of thousands of people find their passions and financial freedom. But not that long ago, he was over $150,000 in debt and then, after one defining moment, turned his life around and was able to retire financially free 9 months later.
In this episode, I talk about how your physical and emotional health affect the outcomes of your business. Your business is an extension of you. How much better could your business be doing if you were living a very healthy lifestyle?
What steps are you willing to take in order to build a stronger business? What steps are you willing to take in order to build a stronger you?
An article appeared in Parade Magazine about meditation, “The No.1 Health Booster in 2015.” I comment on this article as well as the value of meditation and how meditation can help you be more in touch with your inner guidance. (Get meditation instructions in the Free E-Book and Audio Section of ProsperityPlace.com.)
Therese Skelly calls herself a Money and Mindset Mentor, Business Catalyst, and Transformational Teacher whose difficult personal journey led her to the work she does now. A Master’s degree and twenty-five years of counselling experience gave her the foundation to understand the inner working of the mind and the unconscious parts that hold us back. Now, through her website, www.HappyInBusiness.com, Therese offers coaching and educational programs.
J. Massey has an incredible story. While “squatting” in his foreclosed house, he bought his first real estate investment property. You’ll want to hear how he went from being virtually penniless to owning over 300 properties in six years. He wears lots of hats including landlord, private lender, real estate investing consultant, investment manager, speaker, author, mentor, and community advocate.
Joan’s Tip for Today: How to gradually withdraw from sugar, which is a highly-addictive substance, by increasing your awareness of how much sugar is in your food.