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    How to Be a Strong Business Leader in Today’s World

    January 29th, 2014

    To many, it seems like the traditional top-down business leadership approach is really becoming outdated.  However, it’s still lingering.  It still exists. Leaders face a complex situation at the moment because we’re in a transition period where the old is going out, but it’s still there, and the new is coming in simultaneously.

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    How to Own Your Emotions: Holding in Sensation

    January 22nd, 2014

    Owning your emotions requires one important skill. One of the things you need to get good at, which is something I’ve been a student of my whole life and explored, is holding in sensation.  I’ve explored this in different modalities with spiritual teachers and my own practice.

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    Emotions Are a Woman’s (and a Man’s) Most Powerful Tool

    January 15th, 2014

    Emotions, at their core, are neither good nor bad. Rather, emotions are tools that we use to shape our experiences and our interactions. Emotions are the tools for your transformation and growth. 

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    Owning Your Range of Emotions

    January 8th, 2014

    I’m rather well-known for saying that if there is a God that I worship, it’s the God of range.

    What I mean when I say that is I happen to believe that our purpose, the one that we all share in this human experience and in this reality itself, is we are living out the universe’s purpose to know itself.

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    Organizational Alignment: The Most Crucial Business Element

    January 1st, 2014

    Happy New Year! It’s 2014…a new day, and a brand new year! Don’t let your goals slip away; break your initiatives down into daily steps and make it happen. This year is your year.

    And I’m going to start you off with one of the most crucial elements of business that, surprisingly, is often lacking in an organization.

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