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anger management UniondaleProfessionals Roundtable | August 13, 2018

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One of the reasons that forgiveness can be so challenging is that we feel we are condoning the actions of the person who caused our suffering, but this is a misunderstanding of what is required. In order to forgive, we simply need to get to a place where we are ready to stop identifying ourselves with the suffering that was caused us. Forgiveness is something we do for ourselves, and our forgiveness of others is an extension of our readiness to let go of our own pain. Getting to this point begins with fully accepting what has happened. Through this acceptance, we allow ourselves to feel and process our emotions.  EFTtapping can help!!!

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When you “act as if,” you send powerful commands to your subconscious mind to find creative ways to achieve your goals–it instantly programs the reticular activating system (RAS) in your brain to start noticing anything that’ll help you succeed…

And it sends strong messages to the universe that this end goal is something you really want – activating the potential “Law of Attraction”. As soon as you start acting “as if,” you’ll start drawing to you the very people and things that’ll help you achieve these goals!

The outer experience of acting “as if” will help create the inner experience–a goal-achieving mindset–that will take you to the actual manifestation of that experience!

I’ve helped many life and career coachees manifest with this included in the “protocol”.  Complimentary consult: 516 623 4353

What people are saying about Eileen Lichtenstein,
Success Life and Career Coach

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“Eileen’s sensitivity, open heart, & dynamism helped me find the confidence & enthusiasm to restructure my professional life. She offered techniques for moving “stuck energy” into a more positive & practical light. I really enjoyed the experience.”
– Mark Donato

“Working with Eileen has been tremendously helpful for dealing with stress and given me tools to overcome my fears and come to terms with making the best of what I can accomplish and letting the rest of it be. Thank you thank you so much!!”
– Pamela Higgins,
Certified Health Coach

I have met Eileen at a networking event 2 years ago and was introduced to her Life coach services. I have been a client of Eileen since this time. By working with Eileen, she has introduced me to practical/realistic solutions on achieving career and personal goals. My life has changed tremendously from Eileen’s coaching. I know now with hard work, time and confidence in yourself, that anything is possible. I am very grateful to Eileen and would recommend her to anyone who is struggling on obtaining goals that you never thought were possible.
– T.R.

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Eileen in Long Island Newsday | August 5, 2018          

“CEOs spend 72% of their time in meetings; only 3% with customers: study”

From newsday.com by JAMIE HERZLICH

“A recent study found that CEOs at large companies spend about 72 percent of their time in meetings. Poorly planned, overly long meetings with fuzzy agendas are a major drag on productivity, the survey found.

A knowledgeable meeting leader is key, says Eileen Lichtenstein, chief executive of Balance & Power Inc., a Uniondale-based coaching, training and consulting firm. “The person running the meeting needs a lot of insight and preparation into the agenda of the meeting” she says. ”

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Effectively communicating our thoughts to others makes our interactions more meaningful and productive. The passion and conviction we feel about our ideas can often cause us to blurt them out before we have fully worked through them in our minds, and this can result in misunderstandings and conflict. Instead, you may choose to formulate your thoughts carefully and select the most effective words to convey them to enhance the probability that others will listen with open minds. Choosing words carefully before speaking can minimize misunderstandings and be helpful in expressing your ideas clearly. A good way to do this is by simply pausing before you speak to clarify your thoughts in your own mind.  By taking the time to choose your words carefully, you can lend a new depth and meaning to all of your communications with others. At the same time,  clear communications will attract like-minded people who share your vision and want to work cooperatively and productively, thereby forming meaningful and productive connections and enhancing current connections.

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I was researching the fear of not knowing in relation to medical diagnosis, aging-death concerns for family members and current safety issues with terrorism.  Several clients are currently experiencing these challenges… I  learned that this is an actual “phobia”:  “Agnosiophobia” that is quite prevalent in these times, not only to the above-mentioned issues, also in applying for work, having an interview, presenting a proposal, online dating, meeting someone new and more.

For some, the “not knowing” is extremely anxiety producing, as is any phobia.  The good news is that a modality I am certified in, in the field of energy psychology is EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques, also known as tapping, researched backed to reverse and transform fear!  I have successfully worked with client’s transforming fear of flying, heights, water and more! View testimonials and find out more here  My book and ebook provide these examples.  I’m excited to share this transformation more actively, now that folks are being more open about the fear of not knowing.  I find life and executive coaching, mindfulness strategies, creative positive visualizations and affirmations when combined with EFT is the formula for successful outcomes.

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This article is adapted from the Nikkei Asian Review and found in NAMA (National Anger Management Association, my certifying organization) Newsletter JUNE 2018 

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Japan programs

TOKYO — Aware that they may become irritated too often amid the demanding duties of work, household chores and child care, a growing number of Japanese women are seeking ways to relax and be more kind by participating in seminars focusing on a serene mind.

At an introductory anger management seminar on a January weekend in Tokyo, participants were reminded that a fit of anger actually does not last very long, and that knowing this goes a long way in suppressing vitriol.

“The peak of anger lasts six seconds at most. So you want to deal [with your anger] after you know you’re past that peak,” Kyoko Mabashi told the participants.

The anger management movement, which started in the U.S. in the 1970s, aims to teach people how to manage anger in a positive way when necessary while suppressing the emotion when there is no need to fume.

The movement has grown quickly in Japan in the past few years. According to the Japan Anger Management Association (Japan Chapter of NAMA), participants in its seminars has totaled over 180,000.

“Biologically speaking, men are more prone to anger, and that’s why anger management seminars are basically for men in the U.S.,” said Shunsuke Ando, head of the association. “But in Japan, many participants are women in their 30s and 40s.” Currently, about 60% of the participants are women, he added.

According to a survey by the Institute of Statistical Mathematics in Tokyo, about 70% of female respondents in their 20s to 40s said they had felt irritated in the past month, far exceeding the ratio for men.

“The Japanese share a very similar set of values, which can be both good and bad. But our values are fast diversifying, including on attitudes toward work,” Ando said. “This has made it more likely for different values to clash, which can lead to anger.”

Thinking about what you are thinking about

Mindfulness seminars are also becoming popular.

“I know I want to be kind to people every day, but I find it hard to do so,” said a 52-year-old female Tokyo resident participating in a mindfulness seminar in the metropolis in late January. “I think my body has become stronger through training, but I think my mind still remains weak.”

Mindfulness uses meditation to help one cultivate the discipline to stop and look at oneself and what is happening around them. At the seminar, Ikuko Yamaguchi, a member of the Japanese Association of Mindfulness, which organized the event, instructed the participants, “Distracting thoughts may pop into your head, but just watch yourself having such thoughts.”

It was 8 p.m., and the room was so quiet that participants’ breathing was audible.

The ratio of men and women taking part in the association’s seminars is about equally split, Yamaguchi said.

“In terms of female participants, we’re seeing a growing number of individuals in their 30s and 40s who have limited time for themselves due to the daily grind of work and child care,” she added.

Mindfulness has recently been in the spotlight after Google introduced an internal training program on it. In Japan, it has grown in popularity quickly as it found its way into corporate training programs and yoga studios.

This article is adapted from the Nikkei Asian Review 

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