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Message From the Universe: It’s About the Right Feeling!

"How about I share a little secret with you in exchange for a nice, toothy smile? Deal. Here goes... There's someone about to enter your life, either presently alive in time and space, or about to be born, whom you've obviously not yet even met, who will, in short order, fall very, deeply in love with you and the other way around. Teeth, please - The Universe" Has it happened yet for you? I know [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

The Laws Behind A Positive Mindset

I have been competitively training in the sport of swimming since I was 15 years old. During my high school years, I was able to improve my times every year until my senior in high school. I would train so hard, and swim really fast in practice, but my times never improved. I was so frustrated as to why I could never race fast, but swim so fast in practice. At the time, I considered [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

How to Use Art Therapy As a Means of Stress Relief

Art is therapeutic and is sometimes called expressive art or art psychology that is facilitated by the art therapist, in applying art media, the creative process, and the resulting artwork to explore their feelings, resolve emotional conflicts, further self-awareness, manage performance and obsession, increase social skills, improve reality orientation, decrease anxiety, and raise self-respect. A purpose in art therapy is to get better or reinstate a client's functioning and his or her sense of personal [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Alcohol and Stress – A Perpetual Association

Stress and alcoholism are irrevocably linked and the prevalence of one triggers the onset of the other. It is imperative for people to understand the deeper link between the two so that both stress and alcoholism can be avoided. People often take to alcohol as a coping mechanism for stress, without realizing that alcoholism also induces stress. Servicemen, women, and civilians alike, resort to alcohol for a quick reprieve from life's miseries. Though alcohol provides [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Attention Purpose Seekers! It’s Your Time!

Seeking our purpose can be extremely frustrating and confusing. We know that there is more to life than what we are currently experiencing, but we are not quite sure what that "more" is. Purpose seeking is a way of life for so many people. They don't have a clue what they are supposed to be doing with their life. They go from day-to-day, month-to-month and year-to-year trying to figure out what they were born to [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Life Coaching for a New Outlook

There are several reasons why we can feel a "disconnect" at a certain age. As time passes, the dust clears and some of our familial responsibilities fall away. We are then left with "Is this all there is?" Utilizing the services of a Certified Life Coach just may result in a fulfilling second lease in life for the mature adult. It is not uncommon to find ourselves in a job or career that we just [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Success, Happy & Hope Are Greater Than Failure, Grief & Sorrow

Following the foregoing mathematics formulas - Success, Happy and Hope are greater than Grief, Failure and Sorrow. I am often approached with questions that focus on the metrics that govern happiness. This question really underscores one seven-letter word: SUCCESS. When you think about it, this word dominates almost every phase of your life. Are you successful in your profession? Are you successful in your relationship? Were you successful in losing weight. Was your meeting successful? [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

The One Thing Better Than Good Intentions

I was talking to a colleague earlier this week. Like me, she runs her own business. She told me that one of her "beginning-of-the-year" practices is to sit down in a quiet place, with a cup of coffee and a pad of paper, and write down her intentions for the new year. She sets intentions in several areas of her business: income, number of clients, marketing strategies, and others. Sounds good, right? Making intentions, and [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

10 Things That Require Zero Talent for Success

I've been asked more than once what's the secret to my success. It's not a secret formula. It really doesn't take much. It's simply doing some things a lot better than many other people do. And, it's understanding that these things don't require any special talent on my part. That's right. I don't have to be a prodigious businessman. All I have to be is aware of doing certain things better than the next guy. [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Sometimes Big Things Have Small Beginnings

This is a quotation from the book and film titled "Lawrence of Arabia." If you have not seen that film, I suggest that you watch it, and pay close attention to an array of characters whose lives sing. Mostly, the story is true. It seems that while the vast majority of people stumble through their lives and merely react to what happens to them, ever so often, a world-shaper comes onto the scene. The thing [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

The 6 Stages of the Mind in Trance

Perception plus aesthetic impact magnified by the repetition of the artistic stimuli begins the process of induction and results in a light trance state. To deepen the trance, state an artist must add reinforcing elements consistent with the original stimuli so that the combined "art force" operates as a singular entity to overwhelm the senses of every individual in an audience. The overwhelming event occurs in the mind and is a delicate process to manufacture, [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

3 Ways to Pick the Right Business for Yourself

I often hear that people think that because they are shy that they can't be an entrepreneur. They assume that you need to be meeting new people and going to networking events regularly. That is partially true. But there is more to it than that. First, there are plenty of introverts that are entrepreneurs. The internet makes it easy to build a successful business without having to meet a ton of people physically. When creating [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Surrounding Yourself With The Right Company Is Vital To Your Success

You'll eventually become some individuals who surround you that's something I learned painfully costly way. Everybody features a story and so they all contain pros and cons choices through which we take pride in and decisions we regret making. This is often difficult remembrances that people must live, but ultimately, it comes down lower towards the lessons we could glean from them. We are all reflections of the people we keep in our lives and [...]

By |June 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

Moral Conscience

What is a moral conscience? For that matter, what are morals and what is a conscience? Morals are defined as standards and principles by which people live. These are the social mores that keep us safe, allow us to enjoy liberty, and protect us from danger. A conscience is the personal sense of integrity, doing the right thing because it is good for most people most of the time. It may not be good for [...]

By |June 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|

A Wink from the Universe

Things work out perfectly sometimes. Like when you arrive at the platform just as your train is pulling into the station. Or when you've got the exact right amount of change in your pocket for the parking meter. Or when you're standing in line at the grocery store and you meet your future husband. Stuff like that. Right place, right time. Change one tiny element, and your whole life might be completely different. For a [...]

By |June 1st, 2019|Coaching, June Issue Magazine|