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Category Archives: energy leadership
In the first installment of “3 Steps to Conscious Creation” I introduced the concept of “Radical Responsibility” – in which we choose the viewpoint that we are responsible for our own life experience, the beautiful, the terrible and everything in-between. … Continue reading
With the holiday season upon us the focus is often “happiness”. We want to have “Happy Holidays”. We wish others “Happy Holidays”. We spend a lot of time planning and shopping (wishing and hoping) that the holidays will be happy. … Continue reading
Are you responsible? Of course, right about now your brain has been triggered by that question to think of all the places in your life that you are responsible…Things like, “Yes, I always get to work on time, I feed … Continue reading
Here are a few thoughts to take you into 2011. Find one or two that will serve you well, and then leave me a comment below! 1. Staying curious raises your level of consciousness. 2. Success depends on your willingness to … Continue reading
Environment always wins. Recently I read the above phrase on Max Simon’s blog. And then a couple of days later I saw a quote that said, “Environment is stronger than will-power.” (which I believe was attributed to Buckminster Fuller). Then, I read … Continue reading
For the past 4 weeks I’ve been teaching a class I call the “Relationship Rescue Blueprint”. Many of the students participating have emailed me to let me know that they are really learning a lot and experiencing shifts in their … Continue reading
What is good in your life, right now? Have you given much thought to that today? Did you get a good night of sleep? Have a good dream? Or maybe just waking up relatively pain free is a good day … Continue reading
The past five weeks here at Songbird Coaching, we have been focused on Energy, both catabolic and anabolic. We have covered the basics on how to shift from those lower catabolic levels to the higher more anabolic levels of energy. … Continue reading
The lowest levels of energy are catabolic. The term catabolic literally means to “throw down”. In physiology, catabolism refers to destructive metabolism. It is the breaking down of living organisms of more complex substances into simpler ones. Our bodies produce … Continue reading