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This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.” It can be hard enough to decide to go to therapy, then add on top of it the challenge of finding a “good” one. You want someone you can trust, a person that makes you feel comfortable to share all of everything, and someone you know be listening. So, how do you find that person? On this episode, I am joined by the founder of GoodTherapy.org, Noah Rubinstein. Our
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How do I Find a qualified Realtor with experience
In this episode you will learn what questions to ask a Realtor to find out their level of experience and how they can best serve you. Jayson and Tina will help you pick the right Realtor for your needs. Whether you are a 1st time buyer or a 2nd or 3rd time buyer it is critical that you have a Realtor that has the experience and the knowledge to represent you. There is no better time to purchase that now and having the proper representation is critical to your home buying experience.
Your lifes purpose is who you are and what you are here to do, it sits inside of you. You have Absolutely and Completely Everything that You need inside of You. You simply have to remember how to get there, because you used to know exactly what you wanted and so we would like to reaquaint You with Yourself.
You are Love inside, whatever your word is for your higher power, or what you believe in Love, God, Light, Universe, Creator, it does not matter, That is who You Are and What You are here to do, it is Your Life's purpose, it is you.
You have Absolutely and Completely Everything that You need Inside of You,
All of Our Love Christine and The Animals
The Heart Energy Program
Well here we are for another week of information and entertainment. Hope youhad a great holiday.
This week we are talking about the greatest phrase that we can possibly use. I AM. Why? Well I think its time we start using it for ourselves and let it infuse our lives with all the power that it possess.
I know that I had announced that we would be having a guest today, but since I have been under the weather for the past few days, our guest has graciously adjusted her schedule and will be joining us for an extended show next week. So be sure and follow through with that one when we have Katrina Schenfield as our guest. Her story is amazing and quite inspiring.
So sit back, it is a short one today but we always get tons of information flowing through today and just go with the flow.
Most important, lets have some fun.
Love, laughter and light,
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July 10, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Andrea Gold, President of Gold Stars Speakers Bureau and the author of The Business of Successful Speaking: Proven Secrets to Becoming a Million Dollar Speaker
THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: You have a brilliant message to share and you want to deliver that message in a bigger way, while creating a successful speaking business. The professional speaking industry operates on two tracks: the celebrities, like Olympic medal winners or famous politicians, who can come in and immediately command top dollar because of their name recognition; and regular people, who have built their clientele over years of learning how to market themselves and provide good content. Public speaking is a difficult art to master. If you have previously achieved success with a presentation, a speech or even a wedding toast and are passionate about it, then you may have the potential to become a successful speaker. But, where do you start?
Andrea Gold is the President of Gold Stars Speakers Bureau. Andrea is well suited for the speaking business.Her work experience covers the areas of print and electronic media, newspaper reporting and photo-journalism, editing, sales, public relations, marketing, publishing, mail order, and executive management. She claims she "fell into these areas" through a series of fateful events, but claims they were all for good reasons. She embraces constant self-improvement in her own life. Andrea has authored and co-authored five books, including The Business of Successful Speaking: Proven Secrets to Becoming a Million Dollar Speaker.
Tonight we are talking about how you tell your partner when you have a problem.... How do you communicate when there are issues that concern you in the relationship? Ego's can get in the way but can you calmly and respectfully discuss the conflict until you reach a mutual agreement? What are the skills required to negoitiate with a partner? How do you have difficult conversations?
You've tried to avoid fighting because you know that it doesn't really solve anything. But you get so upset by the way your spouse treats you, or ignores you, that you can't help yourself. Besides, even if you wanted to solve your problems calmly and respectfully, you wouldn't have a negotiating partner. Your spouse only takes you seriously when you're screaming. Otherwise your problems are swept under the rug and never discussed. Does that describe your situation?
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HEY YA'LL! Its, say it with me: "HOW WE DO IT WEDNESDAYS" and I am going to lay out all the deets about what is going on out here in these streetz for this segment..TUNE IN, tell a Friend!, Call in with your comments and questions for yours truly, Mz MindFull Jordan!
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Do you feel stuck in place, like you want to be somewhere else in life but you don't know how to get from where you are to where you want to be?
A friend of mine inspired this topic today. She was in limbo, paralyzed between where she was and where she wanted to go, and not sure what the next step was.
This is a very common feeling and that it's completely natural and normal for everyone to go through periods of confusion and procrastination in their lifetime.
What's important is learning how to be productive in your confusion/procrastination/paralyzation.
Sound intriguing? Listen in and I'll explain the details!
Happiness comes from your specific perspective on the world - how you see the past, the present, and the future. To live in the present, you must accept the past; make peace with it. Find whatever you can to be grateful for the experience and then free yourself to enjoy life in the present. Allow yourself to be amazed and awed by the mystery of the world and the universe happening around you.
Have a "happiness checkup". Be bold enough to ask yourself, “Am I happy? If you are not happy, confront yourself on how you feel about your past experiences; are you living in the present, and do you dream about the future? Are you taking care of yourself? Do you eat right? Are you sleeping enough? Do you exercise? Are you in need of a healthy relationship or good networking acquaintances?
Dig deeply to access your feelings; stop just be going along for the ride. Look for challenges each day and very aware of what is going on around you; get mentally engaged in your life. You must have something to feel passionate about; something that peaks your interest. If your lack of happiness is due to dynamics of your relationships, ask yourself, “What am I bringing into the relationship?” Am I contributing to the relationship in a manner that nurtures it and helps it stay alive and grow? Be prepared to do something about what is lacking.
Anticipate the future with excitement. Death is the only thing that will stop Tomorrow from coming so participate in making it wonderful. Set yourself up for success by planning good things that are doable: "Tomorrow I’m going to do something nice for somebody. Tomorrow I’m going to get focused on a project I’ve been waiting to do. Tomorrow I will register for a class."
Happiness will find you if you are at peace with the past; be engaged in the present and excited about the future.