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Tag Archives: Personal Growth
The first energy level that begins to be anabolic is the level of responsibility. In the Energy Leadership model this would be Level 3 energy. This is the level where we begin to take responsibility for our own reactions and … 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
Sometimes when I’m asked what I do for a living I’ll answer, “I help people discover their level of consciousness.” It’s always fun to see what kind of response I’ll get. I think sometimes people get a picture in their … Continue reading
I often hear people explain that someone or something “makes” them angry. Or happy. Or sad. Continue reading
I have heard it said that the human brain thinks 60,000 thoughts per day on average. That is a LOT of thinking. And just how many of those thoughts are we really even aware of? Continue reading
Se’arah Bekos Mayim. A storm in a teacup. A hurricane in a glass of water. The phrase above is a Hebrew proverb that has its English equivalent in the idea of making a mountain out of a molehill, the latter … Continue reading
This is the time of year that many of us reassess our previous goals and begin to create new goals for the coming year. We will be much more successful in reaching our goals if we have a clear vision … Continue reading
Wow. Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday that the whole world was panicking about Y2K? And yet, ten years have come and gone and the world is still spinning, and all of the fears and energy around the millennium bug … Continue reading
How many times today have you used the phrase, “have to”? Do you start your day by making a “to-do” list that begins with the question “what do I have to do today?” Continue reading