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Memorial Day Gratitude and the 80/20 Pareto Principle

Photo Courtesy of U.S. Navy Like many of you, on this Memorial Day, I'm feeling a strong appreciation for those who are serving and have served our country and for the loved ones of those who have given their lives to ensure our security and freedom. If this is you, I hope you [...]

By | May 26th, 2014|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|0 Comments

Are you Overlooking this Factor when Assessing Risk?

Back in 2004, I found myself dangling my rear off a mountain in Skagway, Alaska—my legs were shaking, and I could feel a panic attack forming in my chest as I looked over my shoulder to see that I was thousands of feet in the sky. (Big mistake to look out, although a calmer me [...]

By | February 28th, 2014|Anxiety, Awareness, Hypnotherapy, Leadership, Sports Performance|0 Comments

Is Worry Obstructing Your Organization’s Strategy?

The first shot of a recent sunrise When an idea first emerges, it feels bright. Warmth, eternal hope, and enthusiasm swell inside your heart center. It may be the caterpillar stages of forming a business, a new program, product or service, or the next phase of your company. This source of inspiration carries [...]

By | July 3rd, 2013|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Relaxation|0 Comments

Is Your Mind Delaying or Driving Your Business?

Sometimes law of attraction can be a real bitch, especially when your subconscious mind is a runaway train creating circumstances that you don’t want. This notion that we create our own “realities” feels frustrating and humbling when we don’t know what thoughts are driving the train. Our minds can become like crowded train stations. [...]

By | January 28th, 2013|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|11 Comments

Why All You Need is Love and Two Simple Ways to Have It Now

As our nation grieves with those affected by the Sandy Hook tragedy, the notion that we are all connected becomes highlighted. From the heroic acts to the heartfelt expressions by millions of strangers being sent to those devastated, it is clear that there is a special force within us connecting us despite time, space or [...]

By | December 20th, 2012|Anxiety, Awareness, Leadership|6 Comments

How to Convert the Information Age from a Burden to a Gift.

Is the Information Technology Age a gift or burden? It’s up to you. Sensory overload is not the Digital Age's Fault. Last weekend, I lost my iphone in the Shenandoah Mountains. Although I value it tremendously and even rely on it, after getting over the initial annoyance, I felt a sense of peace. Just before [...]

By | November 2nd, 2012|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|2 Comments

Invest in Your Most Powerful Asset: You.

A number of clients have pointed out significant savings they were incurring from only one Bridgenosis session. One client stopped spending $600 per week ($2400 per month) on physical therapy and taking acid-reflux medication. Yet, I still receive calls from potential clients who hesitate to spend the money to improve their lives. Some may confuse value [...]

How Mental Resolution of Chronic Pain Leads to More Joy and Success

Last week, I gave an example of illusion-spotting with a client. This week, I’ll tell you about how I do it with myself. A few months ago, I got the urge to train for a third marathon. It has been four years since my last, and my first two experiences were less than joyful. Naturally, [...]

How Eliminating a Gluten Intolerance with Hypnosis Helped One Leader Get Promoted

When clients come to me with goals or issues, I start the session by searching for the underlying limiting beliefs. Here’s what we uncovered in one gluten intolerance case: It began when he was experiencing extremely stressful work circumstances. All of his time and attention were focused on the stressful situation. He was taking responsibility [...]

Jump off the Runaway Time Train of Inefficiency-Relaxation and Awareness Lead to Efficient Expansion

Do you ever feel like you are riding a runaway time train struggling to have time for all that you want to do? I personally have a million excuses and reasons as to why I did not blog for the entire spring season, and part of me peacefully embraces the idea that everything happens as [...]

By | June 20th, 2012|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Relaxation, Time Management|1 Comment