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Are you taking time away?

It’s always wonderful to come home after a vacation –no matter what the weather returning to – feeling refreshed and recharged – so that no matter what stormy weather or circumstances you may encounter upon your return, your self confidence, belief in convictions and ability to cope/reasoning skills have been fortified.

Just back from Panama! The beach scenes are from lovely Playa Blanca; the others from Panama City old section:

Managing Emails on Vacation

From newsday.com by JAMIE HERZLICH

It’s hard enough managing the deluge of emails that comes in on a daily basis, but it’s an even heftier task dealing with it while on vacation. For most entrepreneurs, it’s almost impossible to totally disconnect from email for any long period of time.

With 59 percent of entrepreneurs planning to take at least one full week off this summer, according to an American Express OPEN survey, they’ll need to prioritize and set boundaries so they don’t become slaves to their inboxes.

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Women View Vacations as Priority

From The Balance & Power Blog

I recently came across this on the internet- I am a firm believer in the importance of vacations.

A new survey finds that when it comes to women, the emotional rewards of a vacation are often key drivers in where they choose to spend their holiday getaways.

Continued here Women View Vacations as Priority

Balance & Power Events

ODNLI March Panel: Increasing Productivity By Managing Stress


When: Tuesday March 7th,
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Where: Clearvision Optical, 425 Rabro Drive East, Suite 2, Hauppauge, NY 11788

The Organizational Development Network of LI presents a new program Increasing Productivity By Managing Stress

Eileen will be a panelist on Increasing Productivity By Managing Stress Other panelists include Bill Solz an LCSW, Marc Miller and Dan Schaefer both Ph. D’s.

More Info coming soon.

New 4 Week Course:
Release Your Anxiety & Stress with EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique or Tapping)


When: Please save the dates, Thursdays, March 9, 16, 23 and 30th, Time: 7:30 – 9pm

Where: Port Washington Continuing Ed Course
52 Campus Drive, Room 105, Port Washington, NY

Cost: Only $60 (plus small fee for non-Port residents) for the full 4-week course!

Register: Please contact Carol Leitner for more info and to register for the Comprehensive Holistic Health Course: 516.242.8270 or at carolleitner1@gmail.com

Terrific speakers that are chock-full of cutting edge information that will help you to maintain optimal physical, emotional and spiritual health!

Eileen Lichtenstein will be teaching her EFT class: Release Your Anxiety & Stress with EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique or Tapping)

As you may know and most of the medical industry is now discovering, when we have physical problems they are almost always connected with our emotions. Emotional Freedom Technique comes to the rescue and is showing astounding results; in many cases after one or two sessions. Amazing Energy Meridian Tapping Techniques combined with Intuitive Language Can Help Eradicate & Relieve Your Physical and Emotional Negative Symptoms!

You will have the opportunity to address and release personal stress – anxiety – anger – betrayal – fear with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques, tapping) with guided relaxation-visualization and learn how to integrate tapping into everyday routines-circumstances. Come to the class ready to tackle your most challenging issue – and leave the class symptom free! Continued tapping daily will (almost) guarantee long lasting success!

Participants will receive Eileen’s eBook: Gain Clarity & Confidence with EFT
Read more about More About Emotional Freedom Technique

Anger Management Group
3 Hrs

(*Accepted by Courts)

Saturday, February 4  Time: 10am – 1pm
Saturday, March 18  Time: 9am – 12pm

3 Hour Anger Management Completion Certificates accepted by the courts will be given if requested. Advance Registration only.

Location: 433 Maple Avenue, Westbury, New York 11590

Cost: $150 [Small groups, Limited seating ]

  • Enhance all aspects of stress and anger management
  • Communicate more effectively
  • Be happier

Explore strategies to release anger, reduce stress and deal effectively with others. Anger and communication issues are highly affected by stress levels.

The best predictor of a positive outcome is your willingness to honestly examine and admit the consequences of your problem and actions and have the intention to change patterns. Your anger and stress impacts your relationships, health, work life and financial situation.

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Eileen is a regular contributor to these publications:

Real Talk Magazine


The Huffington Post


Being resilient in body, mind and spirit is key to being happy and successful in all areas of life.
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CEO, Balance & Power, Inc

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 Hi Everyone! I’m back from a wonderful vacation-trip to London and visit with (first) baby grandson! and family and to Loire, France for castles and sunflowers!  (scroll down for 10 tips:))


10 Tips for Smooth Travel Vacations and Fun:

  • Anticipate having a wonderful time
  • If something goes wrong  or not according to plan, try to see the humor in it and move on.
  • Once you’re settled in and go exploring, allow yourself to “get lost”.  ie: don’t have your nose glued to a map.
  • Know key phrases in the language.
  • Take some  downtime everyday or a siesta to relax and recharge.
  • Take extra time for family when you’re visiting…
  • Stay unconnected to the internet, phone, TV, newspaper for as much and as long as possible.  
  • Bring home meaningful mementos-souvenirs-photos.
  • Compromise as much as possible with your travel mate(s) – After all,
  • you came to have a good time and probably have tickets home together…
  • Enjoy!!!

***July 14, 2013 Eileen Lichtenstein in Newsday by Jamie Herzlich:

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I was on the airplane 3 nights ago, a return flight from European family fun and travels- and found myself contemplating how growing up in Brooklyn near Coney Island may have been a blessing in disguise-

I became fearless going on the “scary” rides even though I never would go on the parachute- there were known accidents on that one and I was very safety conscious- Mom was a worrier.

Going in the front car of the roller coaster, approaching the top (with friends of course ) and looking at the big drop ahead gave no time to do anything except scream & hold on tight! So it went through the fun summer months. Thinking back over the years, I did many courageous things and not much scared me. Here are a few that got me thinking back to the scary rides…:

•Walking on hot coals while on a mind body spirit retreat in Santa Fe ( first time away from my young children too). We had lots of prep time and when it was my turn I was ready. Awesome.

  • Skiing.This wasn’t worth it for me; injured and it could’ve been worse… Later on I took up cross country- fun!
  • Para sailing Puerto Vallarta: This was the ultimate overcome of fear of heights for me. I was sitting on the beach for several days meditating (and drinking pina coladas) and surprised myself with the conscious decision into action. Very challenging and I did look down a few times when I wasn’t looking at the mountain.
  • Riding a bicycle in Amsterdam last week.  Steve and I were visiting our daughter who lives there with her Spanish boyfriend. The city is really set up for cycling but I convinced myself it would be tough, it’s difficult enough being a pedestrian there- ‘cause of all the bicycles! My daughter went off riding with my husband and after a while came back to get me- they knew I would love it and it was only a few blocks to Vondel Park. Steve and I visited that city 40 years ago and rode our bikes around that we bought in Italy.
  • Back on the trip forty years ago- we rode our bikes out of Florence (where we bought the racers- and mine was a boy’s with the bar- the only kind made at the time) and I scared myself with a coughing attack that precipitated me throwing the pack(s) of Marlboros out- which was scary ‘cause I couldn’t imagine not smoking “cold turkey” which I succeeded at. And it was difficult- maybe not scary- to totally change our travel plans so that we went back to the city and got the bikes on trains that rode out of the seven hills, through the Alps and landed us in Germany to enjoy the rolling hills (so we could use all the gears ) and along the Rhine onto Holland. Of course we stopped to eat and sleep in foreign lands- sometimes in hostels and sometimes in the forest, scary and amazing.

I’m happy to be telling you all now. When friends and strangers comment on (both) our daughters living in Europe – I smile and am happy we brought them up with roots and wings – and the ability to navigate the scary and unknown.

• The scariest thing of all for me was 9/11 and the period following that. Were we really OK? Then it became more than me and being empty nested- yes our daughters already just in Europe- and it was much more than getting off the coach and back onto the treadmill and back into the gym- even that was scary after a dark period.

  • Now getting through the airports is kinda scary. Getting off the Long Island RR into Penn station is fine if I look straight ahead and focus. That’s it, and what I recommend:
When things get scary look straight ahead and focus. Be in the moment as much as times permit.  Be present. Be happy. Be resilient!
We’ve got the Now! Only once.

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A big shout-out Thank You! to Barbara Kent, publisher of “The Long Island Corrider” magazine of the area who organized and hosted a luncheon to honor Long Island Authors and gave us the opportunity to talk about our books and lives.

 

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