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How can managing our source of energy help us manage our lives better?
“Manage your energy, not your time.” – Tony Schwartz
This quote made Tony Schwartz famous. And it is one, that I believe best represents a truly efficient lifestyle the best.
“One of the most important requirements for being happy and productive is for you to guard and nurture your energy levels at all times.” – Brian Tracy
For a very long time we have been misled to believe that more, bigger, and faster is better. That is fine in a world with infinite resources, but the demand is rising and the supply is dimensioning and we are caught in the middle of it.
Do you agree that the demand in our lives has increased dramatically and will continue to rise? The big question is this: do you have the capacity to meet the rising demand? Do you have the energy that you need to meet the rising demand in your life?
We are facing energy crisis and this one is personal. We have energy crisis within us and we need to learn how to manage it.
Today we are talking about the four source of human energy.
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Disclaimer: This show is intended to be for information purposes and thought-provoking. Please seek proper help when needed.
You are in for a great show today business owners. We are going to be talking about how to run your staff online!
Ever wanted to know how companies can communicate and operate more efficently? Then TUNE IN !
We will be discussing the benefits of using microsoft to manage your employees virtually.
We will be discussing the employee grade,as well as business processes and how they are link directly towards employee manangement..
Special guest will be Pablo Bergamasco.
Pablo is a development manager for Microexcel, out of Secaucus, NJ. Hist duties there consist of Handling business advancement strategies and business processes.
Handling business advancement strategies and business processes.
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Since April is Financial Literacy Month and tax time has passed, let's begin focusing on our finances for the remainder of 2015. I know you have been putting your receipts into a shoebox or an accordion file, so let’s start recording, tracking and managing those expenses so we can make some basic financial decisions like; what vacation(s) can we schedule this year? Which expense(s) can we cut back on to start saving towards our year-end-goal?
Let me share with you this awesome tool that you can create by attending my signature Microsoft Excel training program called the "Manage Your Personal Finances" or MYPF Learning Program. The MYPF Learning Program takes a total of eight hours to complete. During the training you will learn various Microsoft Excel functions and concepts that will provide you with knowledge that can be used in other aspects of your life (personally, professionally, or academically). The program is now being offered in a virtual platform, over the Internet, and it is designed for the beginner or novice computer user. All that you need is the Microsoft Office Excel application and an Internet connection. The goal of the program is to help individuals become more "efficient, effective and productive" users of technology.
Join me during the broadcast to learn more about this simple and easy-to-use tool that you create as the result of completing the MYPF Learning Program.
Disappointments, we all have them, whether we like it or not. Can disappointments ever be a good thing. This discussion will focus on how we manage disappointments. Please join us this evening on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 for another lively discussion on Discussions.
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Change is inevitable. Learning to embrace change and discover ways to manage transition will help us live more enjoyable and peaceful lives. Join your host Shawn Marie Cichowski as she discusses this important topic with fellow Life coaches Munni Visco & August Schilz. "Coaching Conversations" airs March 11, 2015 @ noon. Call lines will be open at 657-383-1996.
The life coach, John Davis Marshall, along with other spiritual minded people of God, discuss how God seeks to manage masculinity. Individuals and groups have their views of family. Most often, the view is a “law” view. Even, the most conscientious compassionate ones host a law view of family. God has a view. Always, His view is a “grace” view. And as always, His view is the best view. Join with us in a discussion forum of life-enriching topics that will help us to manage mascilinity according to a grace view. Indeed it is true, a better you begins with a grace view of God!
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It is not uncommon for sex addicts and their partners to be overwhelmed by their feelings. Carol the Coach interviews Ken Howard who is the founder of Aspen Partnership in Kansas City, Missouri about his practice to help clients identify their feelings and to begin to develop the trust that they so richly deserve.He works with clients to restore their connection and typically uses a very successful type of intervention called "Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy."
Sexual Addiction is a disorder that requires strategies to assist you in maintaining recovery. This show is to help you access the books, the experts and the people who are managing recovery with The 12 Step Program and Patrick Carnes Recovery Task Model that reinforces the steps you need to take to manage your recovery and take your life through the journey so that you not only conquer the "Addict" but develop into the person you were meant to be!
Carol the Coach is a Certified Sexual Addictions Therapist who is ready to take you on the journey and expose you to the experts who will guide you through the steps.
Today, Bessie Ann Christenson, the clinical program manager with The Parenting Center in Fort Worth is joining us. We’re going to be talking about stress in children, and ways to help your child mange stress and the nervous feelings they may encounter in their lives. We’ll be talking about the physical, emotional and behavioral symptoms of stress, as well as specific techniques to share with your child to help them calm themselves.
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The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about how to maximize the cowbell principle, and this week we're going to talk about managing the softer skills of your personal brand.
What rings true today in a world gone social that demands transparency and authenticity is the fact that your reputation is your personal brand. And vice-versa.
But with everything so "on" and online virtually all the time, what happened to body language? Nothing actually. In fact, it's more important than ever, because we spend so much time online. Body language conveys everything from confidence to approachability; it's more honest than the spoken word.
Literally in the blink of an eye, we can make someone feel quite valued or unceremoniously dismissed. That's why developing our softer skills is the new differentiator.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn about how to manage the softer skills of your personal brand with this week’s guest: Deborah Thomas-Nininger, Founder of DTN Productions International-Hallmark of Etiquette, a "Reputation Management” training company.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, Hootsuite, SAP/SuccessFactors, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.
CoolCami Show will discuss how to help women manage the stress in their life and understand how it's a great detriment to their long term health. Nancy Munro and Laura Dankof will discuss various methods of how to handle stress in your life and take control of your health.
This show is dedicated to an exclusive interview with Dr. Rachael Ross, MD, PhD, a family doctor and therapist in the field of Sexology. She will join Dr. Danita Applewhite, PhD, CRC, a rehabilitation counselor and educator in the field of Psychology in a unique discussion of how adult students, as well as teachers, can manage relationship and sexuality issues to avoid work performance problems. These two professionals will encourage Listeners to explore ways to manage stressful relationships that many times result in dropping out of school or sabotaging job or career plans. There will be an emphasis on managing the stress from troublesome relationships for the person with mental or physical disabilities (i.e. depression, PTSD, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, etc). The staff at White Apple Institute prepare the show topics based on the actual psychosocial issues faced by our Listeners and Clientele, (i.e. Adult Students with disabilities/Teachers/Employees, and those working or living with persons with disabilities), motivating each other to shine the light on our different abilities. Join Dr. Applewhite, Host, and guests live at 10 am (AZ-GMT zone) on Saturdays by chat or calling 1-646-727-3758; or, LISTEN ANYTIME to the archived shows at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher
This Wednesday, Dec 17th at Noon ET on Women Warriors, our special guest, is licensed professional counselor (LPC) Sonya Waddell. Sonya will be discussing the important topic of “How Do I Manage Stress.” Given all the activities around the holiday season, this is a must to listen to and learn from to make your holidays less stressful!
Sonya Waddell has been providing therapy for 9 years. She uses a technique called Rapid Resolution Therapy and is committed to helping facilitate change and growth in her clients and works diligently to truly understand their needs. She works as a team with her client to help to understand them and evoke change. Sonya understands that one therapy technique will not work for everyone and that she must adapt to her client and the way they learn and take in information. She applies well-research based therapy approaches to assist her client’s therapy goals.
Sonya provides individual, family, and group therapy to adolescents and adults. She specializes in working with individuals who have experienced traumatic events as well as those having difficulties with: depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, anger, bi-polar, sexual abuse, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and stress management.