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Susan Bock is a leader in the field of creating transformational results for women entrepreneurs who are working way too hard for disappointing results. Her clients span the spectrum of solo-preneurs who are struggling to find their next client to the seasoned entrepreneur who wants to upscale their business.Eileen Lichtenstein, MS. Ed. is CEO of Balance & Power, Inc and the author of “SOAR! with Resilience®: The Interactive Book for Overcoming Obstacles & Achieving Success”. Her eBooks specialize in personal development and executive coaching-training. Subjects include stress and anger reduction management, life and career coaching, effective communication and career challenges. Her background includes bio-feedback, early childhood education, faculty Hofstra University and CUNY, Anger Management, Parent-Centered Coaching and EFTtapping: Emotional Freedom Technique.

When: Friday June 1st
Time: 3PM EST
Join our Facebook group to participate on the call or submit questions

Listeners will receive FREE:
3 FREE eBooks from Eileen Lichtenstein and Balance & Power Inc.

Staying Resilient! Overcoming Obstacles and Achieving Success
Anger Management Strategies & Techniques

Overcome Overwhelm NOW
Stress Management Strategies & Techniques

Gain Clarity & Confidence with EFT
Conquer Procrastination, Phobias and Fear of Public Speaking

More about Eileen Lichtenstein and Balance & Power
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Eileen Lichtenstein at the The Independent Business Women’s Circle
Eileen presents Member Spotlight: “Staying Resilient!” The Independent Business Women’s Circle helps women (and men) launch and/or build their businesses through seminars, networking and member spotlight presentations.

Balance & Power’s 5 Ingredients
A good affirmation has 5 ingredients: Its positive, present tense, visual and emotional.

“We may be very busy, we may be very efficient, but we will also be truly effective only when we begin with the end in mind.” – Stephen Covey


“SOAR! with Resilience®: The Interactive Book for Overcoming Obstacles & Achieving Success” [Available as Hard Copy, PDF and Kindle] ORDER NOW

Overcome Obstacles: 
“Clear your mind of can’t.” – Samuel Johnson

Achieve Goals: 
“We build too many walls and not enough bridges.” – Isaac Newton

Reduce Stress & Anger: 
“For every minute you remain angry, you give up 60 seconds of peace of mind.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Stop Worrying!
40% worrying about things that never happen
30%  can’t be changed
8% legitimate – worry…
92% of time spent worrying is a waste of time and energy:

  • No control
  • Can’t change
  • Have mis-perceived

Read what people are saying about Eileen Lichtenstein

CONTACT EILEEN for a Free 20 minute telephone consult.

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Wednesday May 10th, 2017   6pm – 7:30pm    anger management Wantagh

Microsoft Community Room, 160 Walt Whitman Rd, #1006B, Huntington Station, NYOpen Open to all by RSVP only. (631) 481-9124 Ext. 100          cgrahamdha@gmail.com
Long Island Women’s Group | Men may attend
Eileen will be speaking on Stress & Time Strategies to Reduce Stress and Be More Productive 

Women’s Business Committee
The mission of the Women’s Business Committee is to empower, educate and prepare our small business entrepreneurs and student to become economically and socially successful.

More About Stress Management  FREE PHONE CONSULT 516 623 4353  

Westbury, NY and Skype Sessions

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Please join us Monday, July 12, 2010 at 9:00 p.m. EST for a powerful show on the importance of forgiveness.  I’m looking forward to co-hosting this show again and every Mon 9PM EST July-August.  Forgiveness is a deep topic- always for everyone

The power of forgiveness is  essential for a successful and happy life. This week the ladies of “Ladies, Lets Talk” will share their stories of forgiveness and discuss its important to moving forward in your life.

When you’re having difficulties with forgiveness, life coaching & EFT can turn it around!

Call me for a complimentary consult: 516 623 4353 and SKYPE.\  http://www.balanceandpower.com

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A new Australian study that found almost one in six cases of depression among working people caused by job stress, that nearly one in five (17 percent) working women suffering from depression attribute their condition to job stress and more than one in eight (13 percent) working men do the same. In the last decade, the number of American workers that say job stress is a major problem in their lives has doubled. In fact, the US Department of Health reported that 70 percent of physical and mental complaints at work are related to stress.

So what are we to do? Stock up on Kleenex?.. I do not recommend that you quit your position before you consider the issues of paying  bills and isolation.  There are many techniques that you can do/adapt to the workplace to instantly-temporarily relieve stress; when done on a regular basis together with coaching transform stress into happiness and productivity:

  • As you walk around inhale 4 counts exhale 4 counts, belly expanding as you inhale before the chest and deflate last.
  • Listen to music whenever you can.
  • Keep light (or heavy:)) weights in the office to get your sets in.
  • Do EFT (tapping) on your issues whenever you can- (the restroom stall is always a good place). Find out more about EFT here: http://www.balanceandpower.com/eft.php .
  • Go outside and connect with nature as often as possible.
  • “Silent Scream” as needed- ask me about that..
  • Contact me for a 30 minute telephone consult to see how you can benefit from my coaching-healing modalities: eileen@balanceandpowewr.com  516 623 4353

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One of my favorite authors of philosophical fiction is Paulo Coelho. If you’ve read The Alchemist- or not- I encourage any philosopher to read all dozen + of his fiction masterpieces.

I’m now reading “Brida.”   It’s consistently amzing to me is how the author understands women so well…

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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. The survey, conducted by Roper Public Affairs for Meredith Corporation, finds that women respondents value vacations that include: emotional rewards of relaxation from the daily routine; re-connection with family and friends; opportunity to re-invent and re-ignite their personal passions via adventure, freedom and escapism. For example, among women with families, 96 percent of respondents stated that vacations that “create memories” are a key component in where they choose to spend their leisure time. According to the survey, one in three female travelers, or 32 percent, have taken a multi-generational trip; one in six, or 16 percent, have taken a wedding vow renewal or anniversary trip; and, one in eight, or 12 percent, have attended an offsite family reunion. Almost half of women surveyed, or 49 percent stated that they booked their most recent vacation “by myself” with another 18 percent saying they shared the responsibility with their spouse or partner. Four out of five women respondents say that vacations are a “must have.” Nine out of 10 families with teens agreed with this statement as well. Nine out of 10 women say they want vacations that create lasting memories. Eight of 10 women use search engine web sites such a Google and Yahoo as a means of researching their vacations. Three quarters of women use travel planning websites such as Expedia or Travelocity when organizing a vacation. Similarly, seven out of 10 use airline, hotel or cruise line Web sites. Seventy-two percent say they take up to six months to make a decision when planning a vacation. Over two-thirds of respondents say they will spend the same or more on their next vacation compared to their last vacation. One in three women say they are likely to take a cruise within the next 12 months. The top reasons for taking a cruise include a fun atmosphere (48 percent); good value for the price (45 percent); sightseeing (42 percent); and excursions/activities off the ship (41 percent). Nearly one in five women took a “girls only” vacation in the past three years. The top reason for taking such a trip was “the break from the daily routine,” with 53 percent stating as such. The Meredith Travel study “Great Expectations: What Women Expect from Travel Marketers Today,” was conducted by Roper Public Affairs and Media and is based on a nationwide online survey of 1,678 female vacation travelers age 18 and over. Respondents were recruited from an online panel. Respondents were qualified for the study by having taken a vacation within the past three years that was at least 50 miles away from home, with at least one overnight stay.


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