Because we’re coming up to the end of the year, I want to recap my theory about how we create our life stories. If you understand this principle, it’s easier to figure out why you are in the position you’re in and why certain themes repeat throughout your life. This theory has helped me transform myself from a sick, dependent, and financially disabled person to the successful business owner I am today.
This is the third in a series about getting ready for 2016. The first was about business planning, the second about planning for financial success and today’s episode is about making decisions about how you are going to take care of yourself next year. I look at a number of areas where you can consider upping your game.
This is a great time of year to review what you’ve accomplished over the past 11 months and develop a strategy for moving forward in 2016. In this episode, I give you some tips about what to evaluate and what steps take.
We’ve been talking a lot lately about empathy and how the emotional dimension of who we are is being discussed by a lot of business coaches and consultants. In this episode, I talk about how you can develop the empathy that is necessary for success and to be a good leader.
Much of my work is about connecting early childhood experience to financial outcomes. I started doing workshops on the topic 25 years ago and am still talking about it. So today, I want to ask you, is your inner child keeping you broke?
As reference, in my book, Build Your Money Muscles, I talk about the “boarding house” inside of you. Living there is a wounded child, a healthy child, a rebellious teenager, a wise investor, and more. The idea is to put your benevolent adult to be in charge of your finances.
Cathi Hargaden is an internationally acclaimed expert in the ancient art of Feng Shui. She has 20+ years of experience consulting and teaching and has worked with over 1,000 clients around the globe. Cathi’s work has helped clients increase revenue, reduce stress, resolve conflicts, build health and more. She is the host of the Feng Shui Mastery Show podcast.
Often, people think what they are going through is bad, when in reality it’s just difficult. Difficult and uncomfortable is not necessarily bad. This episode is about how to reperceive the challenges of life and see them from a new perspective so you can find reasonable solutions.
When doing the show notes for the episode that played last Friday, and hearing what Aleya Dao believed about the “river of Light,” I started thinking about how something that is true for one person is not necessarily true for another. The question that comes up for me is, is what we perceive as real just a perception? What’s really real?
Aleya Dao has been an alternative health care practitioner for over 20 years. She’s a sound healer, energy practitioner, a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado and and Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico with a masters degree from The Southwest Acupuncture School in Santa Fe. Aleyos helps people find calm, clarity, and confidence by tapping into their higher self. She has a new book that was just released called Seven Cups of Consciousness.
A few things happened recently that brought my attention to the value of living in the now. When you train your brain to override your amygdala, whose job it is to warn you of danger, you can greatly increase your intuition and creativity. In this episode, I share some simple techniques for training yourself to focus on the moment.