Success Coaching combined with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques, tapping) will unleash your inner power and full potential. Really! A new season is upon us, including Jewish Holidays around the corner and December Holidays in a blink. Holidays are double edged- wonderful and stressful for most people There’s still time to make 2019 your best … More Unleash Your Inner Power!
Procrastination is driven by a series of negative beliefs and feelings. Procrastination is a behavioral tendency that results when beliefs and feelings such as the following take over: The fear of failure. The fear of success. The fear of rejection. The belief that one is inadequate. The belief that one is not good enough. The … More April Balance & Power Newsletter: Eliminate Procrastination!
The 11th Annual, 2019 Tapping World Summit Everyone is talking about the EFT Tapping World Summit and with good reason… This event teaches the phenomenal technique known as “EFT” or “Tapping” and it’s 100% free to attend online. There are already 616,028 people registered for the event which starts on February 25th. If you haven’t checked it out … More An Amazing Event: Access 25 Free EFT Presentations…
Resilience defined in Webster’s New World Dictionary © 1982: 1. “springing back into shape, position, etc. after being stretched, bent or compressed.” 2. “recovering strength, spirits, etc. quickly.” Being resilient in body, mind and spirit is key to being happy and successful in all areas of life. Emotionally, it’s the opposite of being “stuck in … More The Resilience Factor
Compromise can be within yourself – adapting to circumstance, perhaps lowering expectations and being more flexible- within yourself- which will positively affect your mood and subsequently better your attitude and communications with others. It’s truly a flow effect and good funnel! Realizing things may not go according to plan or time is different is the … More The Spirit of Compromise/Flexibility
We can find joy in the chores and tasks we don’t especially like – sometimes all we need is a change of attitude, a different approach, a little music, or some help from friends or family, and the tasks or responsibilities that we perceive as tedious ie: washing dishes, fixing the car, cleaning a closet, … More Shifting the Flow to Find Joy
Anger is a natural human emotion. “Is my anger working for me?” is a question you can ask yourself. When anger is mild and infrequent, is expressed assertively (directly to the problem person, in a non-accusatory manner) and without aggression, and the individual is able to “let it go” quickly, then anger may serve the … More Is your anger working?
Eileen Lichtenstein Interview with All Business Media FM in Studio 2 Professionals Roundtable | August 13, 2018 Empowering Organizations, Individuals & Families to SOAR to New Heights of Happiness and Productivity! Helping you and your organizations be Positive, Productive and Powerful with effective DeStress, Anger Management and Communication tools. Listen Here
Events Don’t Create Emotions — Your Beliefs Do Reframing is a way of viewing and experiencing events, ideas, concepts and emotions to find more positive alternatives. Perhaps your thoughts go like this: Meetings at work make you bored. Receiving criticism makes you frustrated. Traffic makes you angry. Talking to people you don’t know at a social or business event makes you nervous. If you … More Release-Reframe-Recharge!
“The silent treatment” is the most common form of withholding and encompasses any unwillingness to express your true feelings, including an unwillingness to give support, praise, or positive attention to the people you love. We have all known someone who is impossible to please, and many of us have suddenly found ourselves at the other end … More Silent Treatment or?
The ability to communicate ‘no’ really reflects that you are in the driver’s seat of your own life, and can give gives you a sense of empowerment. How to do it most effectively? A study in the Journal of Consumer Research by Professor Patrick and Henrik Hagtvedt found that saying “I don’t” as opposed to “I can’t” … More Be Assertive: Say No Effectively