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Hi Everyone!!
I’m excited to be presenting these 10 Tips to Public & Private Groups and Via webinar. 
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1.  Listen to and follow your intuition. 
During these trying and difficult times it’s been shown that it’s often necessary to reprioritize to get best outcomes.   Your intuition is most often correct when it comes to your life, work and relationships.  So even if it’s an inkling feeling – a tiny revelation- take a moment to recognize that and then move forward.
2.  Stay within your integrity- no matter what.
No reason or person is important enough to ever stray.  If you have  tried this over the years whether intentionally or not,  then you
know it always backfires.        
3.  Love and laugh!
Both are proven stress reducers.  Happiness is contagious – many need more of that now while surrounded by global negativity and immersed in “the new normal.”
4.  Forgive yourself  for mistakes, let go and move on. 
Self-forgiveness is essential in order to forgive anyone else.  Forgiveness is essential to let go of anger.  Letting go of anger is essential to be happier.  
5.  Take time each day  to relax, to dream.
We need our “down” time more than ever now, living in these difficult times.  Honor your method of relaxation and allow dreams to surface.  Be open to learning additional relaxation techniques and give them a try.. whatever works for you whenever you do it is OK as long as it has no negative effects on health or  overlap with personal or work responsibilities.  If things are unmanageable – get help.
6.  Be a great listener.
Listening is the most important part of communication.  If you do not understand what is being said, ask. Listen well and your response will  be more on target.
7.  Stay healthy by practicing extreme self-care. (diet, sleep, exercise, relaxation techniques).
Stress takes its toll on health and may exacerbate conditions already in existence.  8.  Stop procrastinating and take action- to move forward or to drop the project.
9. Begin each day with a short meditation positive visualizations of successful outcomes of your goals.
10.  Believe in yourself and your goals; create affirmations and post them onto mirrors, in an accessible notebook and in the car

Get Your Gratitude On & Infuse Your Life With Happiness:  Listen to the recording of my interview on this topic by visiting:  www.clarapenner.ca 

 


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 I’ve authored the article below (text only): April Millenium Magazine p.10:

The concept of expansion works wonderfully with improving self esteem!
Imagine a drop of water (self esteem) expanding into a puddle, then into a

lake!

Pond : Walden Pond

Then imagine yourself standing on the shore, throwing a pebble into

the lake and seeing the expansion of the concentric circles.

Here are some general tips to improve your self esteem. Feel free to adapt:
  • Be kind and helpful. People appreciating you will make you feel better about yourself.
  • List all of your positive traits and characteristics.
  • Expand on the list with details and give a few concrete examples of
  • Read the list out loud often.
  • Create affirmations from the list and attach in places you’re sure to   see them every day.
  • Smile as much as possible even when you don’t feel like it. Smiling is great for your mood and it improves your look immensely!
  • Surround yourself with positive people.
  • Exercise and eat well so you feel good about your physical body.
  • Reward yourself each time you reach a goal for improving self-esteem or any other goal that you set for yourself as long as it’s not self destructive like binging on fatty foods.
  • Acknowledge if you’re having difficulty doing any of the above and seek out a life coach.

Misery Loves Company
A big issue that blocks improving self esteem is taking
things “personally” when it’s not indicated, ie: owning someone else’s
misplaced anger. Usually the person blaming you is dealing with their own
problem and simply wants company – like misery.
For this reason, make sure to surround yourself with positive people. If you
are living or working with someone negative, try building a “shield” around
yourself. Visualize yourself surrounded by a protective white light energy

that any inappropriate negativity directed at you bounces off.

and leave the scene – physically.
Once physically removed from the situation, take long deep breaths and
reconnect with your affirmations. Breath in through your nose, belly rising
before your chest, say an affirmation or a few key words from it like a
mantra and exhale slowly, releasing any negative energy that may have
touched you. Repeat this until you feel calm, confident and fortified for
whatever lies ahead. You may also do the breath affirmation-release while
walking briskly- which will also work towards improving self-esteem.
Another modality that can release negative energy is Emotional Freedom
Techniques (EFT), an amazing practice based on meridian tapping together
with powerful coaching and specific language.
As with almost any “daunting” task, when you are motivated to succeed and
have the intention to expand and energize your being, improving self-esteem
is easy! When you boost your self esteem, you boost your life as a whole!

 

happy-healthy-people-jumping-in-air22-1.jpg image by magicman10_2009
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 I’ve authored the article below (text only): April Millenium Magazine p.10:

The concept of expansion works wonderfully with improving self esteem!
Imagine a drop of water (self esteem) expanding into a puddle, then into a
lake!  

Pond : Walden Pond 

Then imagine yourself standing on the shore, throwing a pebble into

the lake and seeing the expansion of the concentric circles.

 
 
 
Here are some general tips to improve your self esteem. Feel free to adapt:
  • Be kind and helpful. People appreciating you will make you feel better about yourself.
  • List all of your positive traits and characteristics.
  • Expand on the list with details and give a few concrete examples of
  • Read the list out loud often.
  • Create affirmations from the list and attach in places you’re sure to   see them every day.
  • Smile as much as possible even when you don’t feel like it. Smiling is great for your mood and it improves your look immensely!
  • Surround yourself with positive people.
  • Exercise and eat well so you feel good about your physical body.
  • Reward yourself each time you reach a goal for improving self-esteem or any other goal that you set for yourself as long as it’s not self destructive like binging on fatty foods.
  • Acknowledge if you’re having difficulty doing any of the above and seek out a life coach. 

 


Misery Loves Company
A big issue that blocks improving self esteem is taking
things “personally” when it’s not indicated, ie: owning someone else’s
misplaced anger. Usually the person blaming you is dealing with their own
problem and simply wants company – like misery.
For this reason, make sure to surround yourself with positive people. If you
are living or working with someone negative, try building a “shield” around
yourself. Visualize yourself surrounded by a protective white light energy
that any inappropriate negativity directed at you bounces off.

 
 

  

and leave the scene – physically.
Once physically removed from the situation, take long deep breaths and
reconnect with your affirmations. Breath in through your nose, belly rising
before your chest, say an affirmation or a few key words from it like a
mantra and exhale slowly, releasing any negative energy that may have
touched you. Repeat this until you feel calm, confident and fortified for
whatever lies ahead. You may also do the breath affirmation-release while
walking briskly- which will also work towards improving self-esteem.
Another modality that can release negative energy is Emotional Freedom
Techniques (EFT), an amazing practice based on meridian tapping together
with powerful coaching and specific language.
As with almost any “daunting” task, when you are motivated to succeed and
have the intention to expand and energize your being, improving self-esteem
is easy! When you boost your self esteem, you boost your life as a whole!
 

 

happy-healthy-people-jumping-in-air22-1.jpg image by magicman10_2009

 

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DSC02197“They” say that people’s fear of public speaking is worse than our fear of  death.  The fear  and anxiety that  public speaking causes is the #1 fear in the  world!

  • Are you one of the many whose knees shake and voice quails if you have to present a speech or compete in your sport or ask the boss for a raise?
  • Do you quake at the thought of public speaking?
  • Do you  feel terrified of being asked a question in a group?
  • Are you one of those people who hides your talents and accomplishments because of this anxiety and fear that public speaking produces?
  • Do you need and want to give talks so people know who you are and what you offer and are paralyzed with anxiety of public speaking
  • Perhaps you are you wanting to promote your business through public talks but are too afraid to speak.
  • Are you someone who thinks you just can’t do it (or do it “well enough”)—whatever “it” is
  • Have you ever felt dizzy or disoriented when you were performing?
  • Has your heart ever started pounding so loud that you hear it in your head?
  • Have you found yourself breaking out in a sweat at the mere thought of speaking in front of a group of people?
  • If you’re performing on stage, do you expect to be judged by others?
  • Have you ever “frozen” or “choked” when it’s your turn to deliver lines?
  • Does it feel as if you’ve “lost your voice”?
  • Have you ever had a panic attack “out of the blue”?

Whether you are making a cold call to one person over the phone, competing in an athletic or musical event, or speaking/ performing in front of group for any occasion, you can suffer with the anxiety of public speaking.

Imagine how free you will feel when you finally eliminate your fear and anxiety of public speaking and FIND YOUR VOICE!

 Imagine what you could do “it” if you didn’t have any negative thought in mind.  Imagine that your fear and anxiety of public speaking is gone- pouf!

Imagine that you will love expressing what you have say (or sing, perform), and people will love hearing you say/do it!

 You can easily transform this fear and anxiety of public speaking with powerful visualizations, affirmations, reframing, relaxation/stress release techniques  and   EFT (The Emotional Freedom Technique, meridian tapping)  together with peak performance coaching.

When you use the EFT and relaxation  methods ahead of time and, instead of feeling the familiar anxiety before addressing a group you are calm and cool—even when the microphone doesn’t start on time or the projector for Power Point isn’t hooked up.

My work encompasses helping people to overcome fear of public speaking because I know how devastating high performance anxiety can be.  I’ve experienced it myself over the years of being interviewed by the media and in speaking before large groups.  Experience/practice + relaxation/release techniques got me to the point of almost  no anxiety.  My own work with EFT before a presentation has eradicated any jitters or self-doubt.  I have a positive attitude of wanting to share and explore possibilities with the group. My success rate with clients in this field is 100% after 1-3 sessions.  We always uncover related aspects of the speaking fear, so the work continues on a average of 6 sessions.

See my Client Success Video on conquering his Fear of Public Speaking and my TV interview about it!

You may  Contact me for Complimentary Consult via telephone or Skype:

www.balanceandpower.com

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If you need immediate help here are some stress tips you can implement today:

  • Take Cleansing Breaths: Three sets of deep inhalations through the nose (belly rising)
    and exhaling through the nose, (abdomen deflating) can (temporarily) change
    your physiology.
  • Stretch: Practice Office Yoga and the Moving Meditation® Fitness Program 
    throughout the day to release/reduce tension and increase energy.
  • Walk: A five minute walk outside can change your mood and mindset.  Try adding  breathwork + affirmations: even better!
  • Listen to Music: A mood changer.
  • Eat Peacefully: This aids the digestion and gives you “time away”. Leave your office!
  • Allow Time: Give yourself extra time for the unexpected.
  • Smile and Laugh: Humor has been proven effective in reducing stress.

You may contact me for a complimentary 15 minute telephone consult. I coach individuals and groups via phone, skype and face to face in the NY area.

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