Most people, as I use too, run their business day to day with good, honest and committed intentions but without an actual list of specific goals for what to achieve. If you don’t have a direction, how do you know where and when you will get there? If you don’t have strategic goals in place, where are you going exactly?
In this video you will learn about the neuroscience of setting, implementing and achieving your goals based on understanding human behaviour. You will learn the concepts of why some people achieve massive goals and why some people fail. You will be inspired to believe in your intrinsic powers and your ability to achieve success in your life and in your business. These principles are based on the thoughts of many successful leaders in the area of personal development, human behaviour and business success.
How to handle a common price objection and the underlying reason behind it?
This is the time of year where people either contract or expand. You either create yourself or break yourself. Many people make new years resolutions without really knowing what it means. Most often than not, these resolutions fail and in fact many have simply given up on making their new years resolutions.
A common question I am often asked from practitioners in our business seminars is “how to better communicate the value of their service to their clients?
In order to answer this question, it is first wise to look at the problem. The problem is that many practitioners whom I have spoken with focus a great deal of the kind/type/quality of care or service they provide for their clients. And although this is important, it is only half of the equation. This is called qualitative advantage in sales lingo. This gets people curious but is often not compelling enough for them to transact with you.
The kidney energy system in Chinese Medicine is the source of life from conception to our last breath when the flame in the Gate of Fire/Vitality (Ming-Men) burns out completely. After conception the two primary fundamental substances injected into the embryo that will allow its development and growth are Essence (Jing) and Spirit (Shen) and this is mediated by Qi (Energy) according to TCM. According to this simple knowledge, we can translate that the whole purpose of life is the ongoing balance and incorporation of the energies of the heart (fire) and kidney (water).
Posted by Sohial in TCM Education on Feb 14, 2014 .
This time of year (Valentine’s Day) can be very special to many people but this time of year can also be quite upsetting and lonely for others. For couples, Valentines Day is a day to celebrate each others love, passion and connection. It is a great time to actively set aside space and time to really fulfil each others need and focus on the fundamental connection of the relationship. The one major drawback of such a day is that although it brings a great deal of attention for those who are together and in love, the day does make you wander why this close connection and romance occur primarily on one special day and not every day.
Posted by Sohial in TCM Education on Feb 13, 2014 .
Stress can be defined as the inability to adapt to a changing environment. We need to learn to embrace change to keep us moving forward proportionate to the laws that govern the universe. But when we try to project falsified (unrealistic) fantasies on our life (ourselves or others) that are not congruent with our level of understanding, intelligence and consciousness, we retreat and blame others or our environment for the loss.
The human psyche experiences a particular type of fear when it comes to change.