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eft events long islandEileen Lichtenstein, CEO of Balance and Power, Inc, a Peak Performance Success Coach who empowers organizations and individuals to SOAR to new heights of happiness and productivity, will be a guest on The Andy Rosner Show!

When: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 3:30 PM EST

Where: The show will be livestreamed on The Village Connection Network channel on You Tube, iTunes, and Facebook, and will also be livestreamed on the Facebook pages of Balance & Power, Inc, and The Andy Rosner Show.

Tune in to learn how to avoid and release stress on the holidays and beyond!

The Andy Rosner Show gives you timely, actionable information to help you improve your health, wealth, and legal rights.

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DeStress Tip: Write down five things that you are proud about and stick the list in your wallet to pull out to…

DeStress Tip: Emotional eating-stress a vicious cycle. You have the power to stop it!

DeStress Tip: Listen well instead of reacting in anger.

DeStress Tip: Be grateful always!!

DeStress Tip: Make your Goals Realistic & Reachable!

DeStress Tip: Exercise! Ditching exercise for a more sedentary way of life can have an overall negative effect on

DeStress Tip: Exercise and you will feel better about yourself and the more likely you are to live a healthy…

De-Stress Tip: Stop emotional eating! Feel confident, healthy & in control.

DeStress Tip: If you are able to take a step back and laugh at yourself and the absurdity of life every now and then, things won’t seem…

DeStress Tip: Regardless of the outcome, following through boosts confidence and reassures us that when all is…

DeStress Tip: We need the action/practice component for ultimate productivity powerful positive language to become a happy habit!…

DeStress Tip: Making and sticking to a decision is a source of happiness because it gives you a sense of control, of efficacy.

DeStress Tip: Laugh More!: A small child typically laughs more than four hundred times a day, and an adult-…

DeStress Tip: Acting in an outgoing, talkative, adventurous or assertive way makes people- even introverts-feel…

DeStress Tip: Happier people are more interested in social problems. They do more volunteer work and contribute.

DeStress Tip: Did you know that the brain is stimulated by surprise?

DeStress Tip: Self-love is the one most important thing to create your best life.

DeStress Tip: Focus is a skill you can develop. Do you know you can rewire negative patterns??
DeStress Tip: Transition = Opportunities

DeStress Tip: Perfectionism is the enemy of creativity and productivity. You don’t even have to be creating…

DeStress Tip: “Progress always involves risk. You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first.” – Bob Proctor

DeStress Tip: A great appreciation of nature and our connection to it enhances our spirit and helps to connect us…

DeStress Tip: Meditating can help develop the art of patience.

DeStress Tip: Patience means allowing things to unfold at their own speed rather than jumping in with your…

DeStress Tip: Take time to access what you have in front of you, take a break and re-evaluate.

DeStress Tip:  Stop Smoking with EFT!  DeStress Tip: Studies show that expressing anger only aggravates it.

~Want to discuss any of these, or need help,? Call me for a FREE PHONE CONSULT: 516 623 4353~ www.balanceandpower.com 

 

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Sometimes when we are absorbed by mental pursuits-especially reading a good book or studying a subject we are passionate about-it’s important not to lose track of time. You may even want to time yourself so that you can stop and tend to the other responsibilities you need to fulfill.  If you establish time constraints, you may find yourself better able to focus and absorb what you take in because your mind won\’t have the luxury of time to wander aimlessly. Time for absorbing information is just as important as time spent engaging in other activities.

Giving ourselves a set amount of time to focus on mental pursuits allows us to be as productive as possible. It gives us permission to be free from distractions because we know that we will be able to tend to other responsibilities when that scheduled time has ended. This affords us the freedom to concentrate. With our focused attention, we can then absorb and process new information with ease. Our abilities to comprehend and retain information inevitably become enhanced.

Need help? Free consult: 516 623 4353  www.balanceandpower.com

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