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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...

Cancer, Pain, Surgery and other Medical Fields are Using Hypnosis

150,000 women each year undergo breast surgery. After many years of falling into obscurity in the U.S., hypnosis is making a tremendous comeback, not only in the field of breast cancer, but in the field of medicine, in general. I invite you to watch the following video and see what Dr. Barry Ramo (a staff cardiologist for the New Mexico Heart Institute and holds medical Read More...

Stealth Communication – February 17th!

There are few things in life as important as good communication. When was the last time that a misunderstanding caused you to lose: • A personal relationship? • A business relationship? • A business deal? • An opportunity that you really wanted? There you were, left standing and wondering what and how this just happened. What would it be like to clearly understand the communications Read More...

What Happens in Vegus Doesn’t Stay in Vegus (Vegas)

Have you ever wondered if stress at work really can cause you to become sick? The American Psychological Association (APA) says, “Absolutely!” and this is based on the latest research in the field of Psychoneuroimmunology. As you can tell from the long name, this is made up of the study of the psychology (the thoughts of a person), the neurology (the physical paths traveled in Read More...

You Must Get My Permission to Lead Me

I recently watched the unfolding of several real-life leadership issues as I worked with a company that is ramping up a new business unit, I saw the following play out: Mid-level supervisors that never made the transition from being a “Manager” to being a “Leader” and struggling to get compliance from their staff Front-line supervisors visibly uncomfortable following their mid-level supervisor’s style and searching to Read More...

How to Transcend Your Limits

You know the feeling. You’ve done all you know to do and, yet, there seems to be this invisible wall that is stopping you. In Corporate America, the term used for being limited in growth and upward mobility is the “Glass Ceiling”. You may be experiencing limits on your ability to produce income. The relationships you build seem to be unfulfilling or you find yourself Read More...

Not Knowing is the Missing Peace

When you fully consider the times in your life when you felt most uneasy, uncomfortable, and stressed to the max, they were times when you were in the midst of the unknown. Here are two examples; one is relatively benign, the other is life-changing. It’s time to buy a new vehicle. You may have an idea of the type of transportation you want based on Read More...