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Mitigation of Transference of Emotion to Oncology Staff

About a year ago, I was asked by a Dallas-based hospital system to give them an overview of how I might be of assistance to their staff, specifically in the Oncology Department, to mitigate the transference of emotion from patients to the staff. Below, you will find my ‘Whitepaper’ describing the help and assistance I believe can be made available. Being an Executive Coach, Master Read More...

It’s a Real Pain in Your Assets!

❋ Pain costs companies, including yours, $294 billion annually in lost workdays, medical expenses, and other benefit costs. ❋ Lost productive time from common pain conditions among active U.S. workers cost an estimated $61.2 billion annually, largely due to reduced performance while at work. ❋ 13% of the total workforce experienced a loss in productive time during a two-week period due to a common pain Read More...

Sales is Not an Algorithmic Process

In my post What You Believe is No Longer True, I mentioned a few areas where we have seen dramatic changes in what we believe. I then I promised to post about a few specific areas and here is the first: Sales. Sales has long be understood to be about relationships. Imagine being back in time about 3,000 years ago when people used to barter. Read More...

What You Believe is No Longer True

“The world is flat” “You must have wiring to make phone calls” “It takes an entire room to hold a computer” “The U.S. will always be the most dominant force in the world” “Addicts need to be shunned and humiliated to convince them to change” “Marriage is a life-long commitment” Whether you agree that all of the beliefs stated above have changed, or not, you Read More...

Relationships – Are They More Than Skills?

In several meetings I’ve attended recently, the discussion of learning relationship skills has come up as a major topic. I listen with great interest as people give their thoughts on learning this set of skills. Why? Because relationships are one of the most critical parts of business, friendships, families, and a critical part of life. I believe, and neuroscience supports, that there is an “underlying Read More...

The Highest Rate of Success with PTSD!!!

Did you know…The American Medical Association (AMA) has officially recognized hypnosis as a valuable and beneficial treatment as applied and used since 1958. Did you also know that in “Psychotherapy” magazine (Volume 7, Number 1), the techniques that proved to generate the greatest success in providing lasting change for PTSD were: Psychotherapy — 38% recovery after 600 sessions (approx. 11 1/2 yrs @ 1 session Read More...

Are You Suffering from PTSD?

Are you suffering from military or non-military PTSD? Watch this video and learn about the experiences two of my clients had.

The Power of Symbols – What Do They Mean to You?

An interesting thing happens inside our minds when it comes to giving meaning to symbols. In my communication training that I present titled Stealth Communication, I illustrate this by holding up only my thumb on my right hand and asking, “Does this mean anything to you?” Most people will say “No”. I then raise my index finger on my right hand, my ring finger, and Read More...

“Real Estate Talk” – Talk Radio 1190 AM iHeart Radio

Hi, Dr. Lewellen, Thank you very much for coming on our radio show today. What a great show! We had fun and hope you enjoyed yourself too. You did a fantastic job, and we learned even more from you and about you. You’ll always have an audience when it comes to teaching us how to overcome our problems! Willie really enjoyed having you on the Read More...

Employee Engagement and the “Hawthorne Effect”

Does it ever baffle you that company leaders and HR Departments find it so hard to keep employees engaged? It does me. Why? Because all the way back into the 1920’s there has been evidence of what people want and need to be engaged at work. There was a study conducted by Industrial Psychologists in conjunction with Western Electric to discover what causes people to Read More...