A New Way to Heal the Mind & Body
Guest Blog, Nick Ortner
Sharing this great article my friend, Nick Ortner, wrote and had published in the Huffington Post last week about this exciting new field of Energy Healing, which is bringing science and quantum physics into the forefront of a breakthrough way to heal physical and emotional issues.
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Abundance Is the Truth–The Law of Supply
Continuing with the Universal Laws series I introduced a few weeks ago, today I will share about the Law of Supply, as Raymond Holliwell, the author of "Working with the Law," explains it.
This law reminds us that anything we should ever need is already in existence. Nature is abundant, despite our mis-perceptions of lack. Our Creator has created the substance of any material or the energy of any thought we could ever need to meet any need we could have.
In fact, the Law states that we cannot have a need or desire without the means to fulfill it already in existence.
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It's Tax Time–Do You Know Where Your Receipts Are?
Guest Blog (Video), Kacy Paide
The dreaded tax time is upon us! There's less than a month to file your taxes in the U.S. Have you started going through your receipts yet? Whether you do your own book keeping for your business or not (I really hope you are at least using an accountant to do your taxes if you are a business owner), having your receipts of expenses and income organized to easily find, review and record them is a MUST MUST MUST!
Today's blog includes a video by a friend and professional organizer, Kacy Paide, showing ways to organize your receipts for this year–and beyond– to make tax time a little bit less painful!
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"I know I should do _______, but I'm not."
How many times do you find yourself uttering these words? You know there's something that you need to be doing to achieve your goals, but you can't seem to make the time or the effort to do it.
Most people KNOW what to do to lose weight, stop smoking, get more sales, improve their relationship, grow their business, etc., but they're not doing it. Why is that?
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Are You Growing Weeds or Flowers? The Law of Thinking
The Law of Thinking is the first Universal Law I will cover in the series I introduced last week. Although most think of thoughts as just ideas, images, and words swirling around privately in our minds until we express them with words, Thoughts are actually energetic waves.
Holliwell, the author of "Working with the Law," explains, "It is an actual force or substance, as real as electricity, light, heat, water, or even stones/crystals. We are surrounded by a vast ocean of 'thought stuff' through which our thoughts pass like currents of electricity or tiny streaks of light or musical waves. You can flash your thoughts from pole to pole, completely around the world many times in less than a single second."
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Teaching the Brain: The 10 Factors of Learning
Part 4 of 4-part series on better speaking with
Guest Blogger, Lizabeth Phelps
This 4-part series has centered around public speaking. The first week, I spoke about mirror neurons and how our audiences “mirror” our energy; the second week, I spoke about maintaining energy when you’re speaking about your business off-stage (where most entrepreneurs fumble); and last week, I urged you to “get strategic” about your speaking and shared the strategy that makes not only getting clients so much easier, but ensures that every one of your speaking engagements maintains your brand identity.
Today, I want to circle back to delivery from stage.
To be your best as an audience leader, you must understand how to teach the brain–what the brain needs in order to learn. This is a massive subject, and one I’ve spent years absorbing. My public speaking training, Secrets of Impact and Influence, integrates the learning, memory and emotion areas of neuroscientific research to teach how to get the attention of audiences’ brains, keep that attention, and enable long-term learning.
Here, I will share some of what I teach in that training: the 10 factors of rapid and deep learning. You will find them in the graphic below:
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Business Ownership is a Growth-Accelerator!
When I made the leap from employee to full-time business owner, I didn't realize it was going to stretch me far beyond what any personal growth books, seminars, or techniques I had ever utilized before.
If I had known all the challenges I was going to face when I made that decision, there's a very good chance I would have been too scared to move forward with it.
If you're feeling this way, too, let me share some insights with you to help you make the decision to continue on this path.
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Creating a Healthy Relationship with Money
I was listening to a telecall this week and heard an interesting concept about money:
Treat money like you would a person you are dating and want to have a good relationship with.
This perspective has completely shifted my concept about money and my relationship with it! It has also allowed me to see some ways I have been pushing money away instead of inviting it to "move in with me."
Here are some things to look at and work on to improve your relationship with money from the perspective of dating.
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Getting Strategic with Your Speaking!
Guest Blogger, Lizabeth Phelps
In my first post two weeks ago, I wrote that your power as a public speaker lies in your energy because your energy is contagious.
Last week, I shared how most of my students come to understand that, but when they get off-stage and have to articulate the value of their business, their energy collapses. The key to powerfully describing what you do comes first in knowing whom you serve and then in knowing your “Business Thesis” or contention about what they must do to succeed. And I explained how your entire business rests on this thesis.
Today, I’m going to explain that—because it circles back to what you should be speaking about.
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Understanding and Working with Universal Laws
Have you had things happen in your life that were unwanted or out of your control to change? Have you ever felt at the mercy of a seemingly cruel world or a cruel "God"? Have you ever wondered if we live in a random universe, or one with consistent laws that we can depend upon and live by? I know I have. Ever since I was very young, I have sought a higher meaning and purpose to everything in my world in order to gain a sense of peace, acceptance, control, power, and hope.
This search has led me to many philosophies, esoteric teachings, religious doctrines, spiritual principles, and practical applications. My path has brought me answers and more questions. I have worked to best apply what I have learned to my life and to my business, with both failure and success. And I will continue to do so as I learn and strive to grow.
A book and principles I have been exposed to through one of my mentors, David Neagle, is "Working with the Law: 11 Truth Principles for Successful Living" by Dr. Raymond Holliwell. Dr. Holliwell applied logical thinking and observation to correlate the laws of the physical universe to those of life on the mental and spiritual levels.
"The question uppermost in the world of thought today is whether a man has the capacity, equipment, and power to control his life; whether he can be what he wants to be; or whether he is a drop in the great ocean of life." – Raymond Holliwell
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