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Wealth and Abundance Morning Mantra Life Coaching

Use this mantra every morning to help set a peaceful pace for your day. When we act as if we already have what we want, then it brings it to us much faster.

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Susan Steinbrecher on Financial Success Coaching pt 2

Part Two of Kim Snider’s interview with internationally acclaimed businesswoman, executive coach and author Susan Steinbrecher. More on the the global financial crisis and strategies for managing for economic uncertainty.

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Brad Sugars talks about retiring at age 25 and more

Brad Sugars founded ActionCOACH Business Coaching to give entrepreneurs help when their businesses need fixing.

http://www.bradsugars.com/

http://www.billionaireintraining.net

http://www.entrepreneur.com/ask/expert83.html

http://www.twitter.com/ActionCOACHCEO

http://www.facebook.com/people/Brad-Sugars/665424477

http://www.bradsugarsmasterclass.com/

http://www.instantpromotion.net/

http://www.instantsystems.net/

http://www.bradsugars-instantcashflow.com/

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - October 25, 2010 at 5:14 am

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Susan Steinbrecher on Financial Success Coaching pt 1

Part One of Kim Snider’s interview with internationally acclaimed businesswoman, executive coach and author of Heart-Centered Leadership: An Invitation to Lead from the Inside Out, Susan Steinbrecher.

Heart-Centered Leadership begins with research, studies and scientific fact, all compiled into a book that took a bold new approach to how successful leaders achieve their legacy and emotional intelligence from the inside out.

Steinbrecher, Founder and CEO of Steinbrecher & Associates, is also the author of “Roadmap to Success”, and shares what her experience of coaching numerous executives has told her is needed if someone is to experience success at an exceptional level—the five core fundamentals of success. Susans ideas, along with those of Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey and other resourceful people, are revealed in Roadmap to Success.

Snider and Steinbrecher discuss the global financial crisis and how we can turn these hard times into a time for transformational impact if we have the right strategey for economic uncertainty.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - April 26, 2010 at 3:06 pm

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Self Coaching series 1: Cultivating a daily spiritual practice ( BETTER AUDIO)

No matter what your spiritual or religious background or way of life, adhering to a positive, inspirational routine is sacred, and it’s what creates real change in your life. It’s what brings ‘god’ in, or love/the Universe/you Higher Self/etc. It opens you to possibilities, it motivates you, and it heals. It also changes thought patterns that do not serve you.
Having a daily spiritual routine truly is sacred, as I mentioned. But what works for you?
I’m a minister ( nondenominational, but with an emphasis on Eastern traditions, Earth based practices, and mystical as well as metaphysical ways of living) as well as a life coach and Ayurvedic Lifestyle consultant. Thus, I take from many walks of life, many ways. THERE IS NO ONE PATH AND ANYONE WHO SAYS THEY OFFER ‘THE’ WAY IS SEVERELY MISINFORMED AND WILL NOT OFFER TRUE HELP. I therefore recc people use self coaching tools, which are free or at least cheap and that you have chosen to your tailor made program, then, if you are stuck or need suggestions, go to a therapist/minister/life coach. It will be cheaper. BUT if you are really in need of help, then of course go to a person and work daily with them, but please look into all forms of healing, and find the person right for you.
I recc doing the following daily, if it feels right to you:
~ walking in nature/gardening/spending time in nature
~ writing or creating whatever art form inspires you ( INSPIRATION is DIVINE)
~ reading from spiritual, inspirational, motivational texts, preferably of various backgrounds from various traditions
~taking herbal supplements that help calm the mind and keep you at your physical and mental best
~chanting or doing japa meditation ( Getting in the Gap by Wayne Dyer talks about japa)
~meditating ( SO many different types! SPEND TIME RESEARCHING THE KIND THAT WORKS FOR YOU)
~Praying ( reading Healing Words to understand more about prayer)
~ doing affirmations, preferably in combination with visualization ( Creative Visualization talks about how)
~following ahimsa, or doing no harm to living creatures
~helping others

Creating an alter or sacred space can help as well. And so can clutter clearing. Denise Linn has several books on both these topics.

MY BLOG, THESATTVICFAMILY.BLOGPSPOT.COM HAS TONS OF FREE RESOURCES FOR YOU TO LOOK TO, FROM WEBPAGES TO PODCASTS AND SUCH, as I am not a fan of people charging an arm and a leg in order to help others.

Google vedanta to become familiar with various forms of yoga.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedanta

Duration : 0:10:1

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - March 31, 2010 at 8:28 pm

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Self Coaching series 1: Cultivating a daily spiritual practice

No matter what your spiritual or religious background or way of life, adhering to a positive, inspirational routine is sacred, and it’s what creates real change in your life. It’s what brings ‘god’ in, or love/the Universe/you Higher Self/etc. It opens you to possibilities, it motivates you, and it heals. It also changes thought patterns that do not serve you.
Having a daily spiritual routine truly is sacred, as I mentioned. But what works for you?
I’m a minister ( nondenominational, but with an emphasis on Eastern traditions, Earth based practices, and mystical as well as metaphysical ways of living) as well as a life coach and Ayurvedic Lifestyle consultant. Thus, I take from many walks of life, many ways. THERE IS NO ONE PATH AND ANYONE WHO SAYS THEY OFFER ‘THE’ WAY IS SEVERELY MISINFORMED AND WILL NOT OFFER TRUE HELP. I therefore recc people use self coaching tools, which are free or at least cheap and that you have chosen to your tailor made program, then, if you are stuck or need suggestions, go to a therapist/minister/life coach. It will be cheaper. BUT if you are really in need of help, then of course go to a person and work daily with them, but please look into all forms of healing, and find the person right for you.
I recc doing the following daily, if it feels right to you:
~ walking in nature/gardening/spending time in nature
~ writing or creating whatever art form inspires you ( INSPIRATION is DIVINE)
~ reading from spiritual, inspirational, motivational texts, preferably of various backgrounds from various traditions
~taking herbal supplements that help calm the mind and keep you at your physical and mental best
~chanting or doing japa meditation ( Getting in the Gap by Wayne Dyer talks about japa)
~meditating ( SO many different types! SPEND TIME RESEARCHING THE KIND THAT WORKS FOR YOU)
~Praying ( reading Healing Words to understand more about prayer)
~ doing affirmations, preferably in combination with visualization ( Creative Visualization talks about how)
~following ahimsa, or doing no harm to living creatures
~helping others

Creating an alter or sacred space can help as well. And so can clutter clearing. Denise Linn has several books on both these topics.

MY BLOG, THESATTVICFAMILY.BLOGPSPOT.COM HAS TONS OF FREE RESOURCES FOR YOU TO LOOK TO, FROM WEBPAGES TO PODCASTS AND SUCH, as I am not a fan of people charging an arm and a leg in order to help others.

Google vedanta to become familiar with various forms of yoga.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedanta

Duration : 0:9:47

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - March 2, 2010 at 3:46 am

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Did Positive Thinking Wreck the Economy? – Barbara Ehrenreich

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/24/Bright-Sided_Barbara_Ehrenreich

Journalist and author Barbara Ehrenreich criticizes the “delusional” positivity that she believes has permeated American culture. She suggests that so-called “negative” realists are persecuted for their attitudes, particularly in business.

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Barbara Ehrenreich presents a sharp-witted knockdown of America’s love affair with positive thinking and an urgent call for a new commitment to realism.

Americans are a “positive” people — cheerful, optimistic, and upbeat: this is our reputation as well as our self-image. But more than a temperament, being positive, we are told, is the key to success and prosperity.

In this utterly original take on the American frame of mind, Barbara Ehrenreich traces the strange career of our sunny outlook from its origins as a marginal nineteenth-century healing technique to its enshrinement as a dominant, almost mandatory, cultural attitude. Evangelical mega-churches preach the good news that you only have to want something to get it, because God wants to “prosper” you. The medical profession prescribes positive thinking for its presumed health benefits. Academia has made room for new departments of “positive psychology” and the “science of happiness.”

Nowhere, though, has bright-siding taken firmer root than within the business community, where, as Ehrenreich shows, the refusal even to consider negative outcomes — like mortgage defaults — contributed directly to the current economic crisis. – Commonwealth Club of California

Barbara Ehrenreich is the author of thirteen books, including the New York Times bestseller Nickel and Dimed. A frequent contributor to the New York Times, Harpers, and the Progressive, she is a contributing writer to Time magazine. She lives in Florida.

Duration : 0:5:24

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - February 6, 2010 at 11:27 pm

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