Currently browsing: Public Speaking

What You See Is All There Is – WYSIATI

Day in and day out we think, we talk, we hear, we watch body language, and we use all of our senses for communication. With 2 Terabytes of information coming in on us at any one moment and only having the capability to sense 11 Megabytes in that same moment, it’s impossible to comprehend everything that is happening. Like an onion, there are so many Read More...

Conserving Brain-Power…at What Cost?

Though the human brain can be held in the palm of your hand and makes up less than 5% of your body mass, it uses more than 20% of your entire energy resources. Because of that, I believe the brain is the world’s best Energy Conservationist! But, at what cost? This is one of the many things you’ll learn when you receive your copy of Read More...

Stimulus and Response – How to Create More Options

One of the great gifts we are given as humans is the ability to choose. We have the ability to choose how we respond, Intellectually, Emotionally, Physically, and Spiritually. There are number of things that factor into the choices we make. Learn more here about The 90-Second Mind Manager! Pre-order your copy so that you can gain insightful information on June 15th! https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/540978 https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/162652 Creating Read More...

The 90-Second Mind Manager…Coming SOON!

My new book, The 90-Second Mind Manager, will be released on June 15th! Learn a little about the book and come back soon for more tidbits and discover how you can get a FREE copy of my first book “Creating Life in Forward Motion”! Pre-order your copy today: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/540978 Creating life in forward motion, Dr. Edward Lewellen 972.900.9207 Ed@tRans-Think.com

Stress Awareness Month – April 2015

We all feel stress in our lives and look for ways to reduce its affect on us. Many people wonder if stress at work can make you physically ill. The answer is a resounding “Yes!” And, if you would like, you can see an in-depth article on work-related stress on my website by clicking here. What you want to know right now, though, is this; Read More...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy – 3

In the previous two posts, I discussed Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness, drew the connection between the two, and shared how they work together. So, how do people acquire the ability to be “Emotionally Intelligent”? How does one develop Mindfulness? Since Mindfulness is an ancient religious philosophy, there are many very old writings about it that have been scanned and uploaded to the Internet. Mindfulness courses Read More...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy – 2

As you read my first post on the subject Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy, you may have wondered about the connection between Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness. If you research both, what you’ll discover is that Emotional Intelligence can be perceived as an updated and abbreviated version of Mindfulness. Mindfulness is deeply rooted in Eastern Religious Philosophy and trains its students to manage their Read More...

Collaborative Conflict – The 5 Myths

No matter how good the relationships are, whenever two, or more, people are together for any extended length of time, conflict will arise. Whether the source of the conflict is a differing of opinion, the way a given situation is perceived, the lack of quality communication, a finite amount of resources, stress, undefined roles, misaligned goals, or a host of other possible sources, conflict is Read More...

Creating a Life in Forward Motion

About three years ago, I wrote an eBook titled Creating a Life in Forward Motion. The intent behind the book is to help people help themselves through their real-life experiences by sharing my wealth of business and life experience, my coaching and counseling tips, and through easy-to-use Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) exercises that I fully explain how to use. I want you to get a taste Read More...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy

Stephen Covey said that EQ is more important than IQ and many people agree. Many highly intelligent people lack the needed skills to reach their full potential. Skills, such as, empathy, understanding others emotions, understanding their own emotions, and the ability to manage all of the foregoing. So, in this series of posts, I’ll discuss what EQ is, what its cousin Mindfulness is, and lastly, Read More...