Archive for the hypnotist Tag

You Have 90 Seconds to Become Emotionally Intelligent

Is it just me, or is there a surge in articles and posts in the media about Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?  My LinkedIn newsfeed seems to have more information on EQ than ever before.  It could be that some of my LI connections are deeply involved with EQ, such as Debbie Muno, Jeff Summers, Elizabeth Lions, and Deiric McCann.  Whatever the reason, I believe developing EQ is an important part Read More...

Should Christians Take Drugs?

That’s an interesting question, isn’t it? Many Christians feel a discussion whether it is “right” or “wrong” to use drugs is solely related to recreational drugs because the widespread use of prescription drugs among Christians is accepted. Because of a major surgery I had in July, 2016, I can attest that most Christians accept the use of prescription drugs. I saw multitudes of Bibles, crosses, Read More...

The Super Bowl, Sales, and You

Super Bowl LI was played about a week ago. It was one of the most interesting Super Bowls ever. The largest deficit in a Super Bowl was overcome. The Patriots now sit atop the NFL for the most Super Bowls ever won. Brady and Belichick hold records for post-season games and wins, and so on. As I hear people talk about how the Patriots came Read More...

The Problem with Communication – Part IV

(Before proceeding, if you haven’t already, I invite you to read the three previous posts in this series where you can find additional information on The Problems with Communication, Part I, Part II, and Part III, by clicking on each one.) When you look at the picture above, you see that the dots seem to spontaneously move and change from black-to-white and white-to-black. Communication can Read More...

The Myth of the Introvert

With over three decades of working with people; first in a pastoral role, then as a Sales Leader, and now as an Executive Coach and Life Coach, I have acquired an unorthodox view of people, personalities, and the human mind. Having spent over 15 years in the Occupational Assessment industry building, selling and implementing them, which means that I’m very familiar with labeling people as Read More...

An Open Letter to Doctors, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners

Calm Out of Chaos – Edward Lewellen

With over 30 years experience serving as a business leader, Dr. Lewellen brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the topic of Creating Calm Out of Chaos with the Power of Your Mind. Here’s what you’ll experience when you attend this Thursday, June 23, 2016: 1) The one word that, when you use it as described, will change your life! 2) 4 things Neuroscience Read More...

The Positive and Negative of Self-Talk

Imagine this scene: You have a disagreement with a co-worker. Words are shared back-and-forth that may have been building for some time. You part ways, yet, your inner dialogue continues. The words you shared; the look on the face and behaviors of the other person become more intense, bigger, brighter, and more colorful. The emotions which were being kept in check are now growing exponentially; Read More...

Real Estate Talk Radio Show

May 14, 2016 was when Real Estate Talk with Willie Lambright featured Dr. Edward Lewellen as its guest. Mike Bowman and Dianne VanderWeel of Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. are the sponsors and his friends and his largest Real Estate client! Listen in! #Realtor #Broker #RealEstate #Home #house #rent +++++++++++++++About Dr. Edward Lewellen++++++++++++++++++++ Dr. Edward Lewellen an expert in creating methodologies for people to learn Read More...

What You See Isn’t What You Saw

People say things like; “If I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes I wouldn’t have believed it!” “Seeing is believing.” “I’ll have to see it to believe it.” But, is our sense of sight as accurate as we think it is? According to what neuroscience has discovered about the eye, the transfer of information from the eye to the Occipital Lobe, and the further Read More...