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She is a formerly trained classical & opera singer, who for many years hid her healing and spiritual gifts for fear of being seem, being heard and fear of her own light. Back in March 2018 she felt stuck ,weighed down by the feelings that she wasn’t fulfilled and that there was more she should be doing with her life. She knew things had to change and she made the brave decision to stop hiding and really step into her power and capabilities as a healer. She now uses her powerful singing voice for what it was meant for - helping others to heal. Rachel uses sound, energy & intuition to help purpose-driven women get unstuck so they can fulfil their deepest desires & make a lasting impact She works with clients from across the globe to help them free themselves from their past, release heavy emotions & deep pains…
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Saul Klein is widely recognized as the real estate industry’s first Internet Evangelist. He was selected by the National Association Of REALTORS® as one of the “25 Most Influential People in the Real Estate Industry” in 2003, and has been selected as one of the “100 Most Influential Real Estate People” by Inman News in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, 2012, 2013. REALTOR® Consultant to the original RIN (Realtors® Information Network) project, including the development and deployment of REALTOR.com), he served as Vice President of Marketing and was responsible for the signing of the first 100 MLSs and first 500,000 listings to appear on Realtor.com.One of the creators of RealTown, and many longstanding real estate online communities, including RealTalk, AETalk, MLSTalk, MLSInformation, PresidentsTalk, EducationDirectorsTalk and others, blogging before blogging was a word. Saul has been a licensed California Real Estate Broker since 1977 and was the 1993…
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In the Depression-era film “Cinderella Man”, we see James Braddock, a once almost champion boxer in the grips of economic failure, his inability to provide for his family through boxing’s trade, humbly brave the infamous breadline while being recognized as the failed boxer. This movie is not for the faint of heart, especially if – • you’ve suffered an injury (his was a broken right hand) that he had to continue using to fight, re-breaking over and over again, just to survive;• if you’ve come on hard times financially in the past and had to downgrade aspects of your family lifestyle and felt you have let them down;• if you’ve ever wondered where the next opportunity will come from.  In other words: I HIGHLY recommend this movie for most people at this point of 2021, especially if any or all of the above is true!   As it will bring you HOPE!  The Promise to consistently stay motivated…
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In a classroom at every Ivy League business school, there is a professor stressing to their Business 101 students that a business is “never too big to fail.” This has been the go-to generalization tagged to some of the most astoundingly catastrophic company failures of all time, including but not limited to Kmart, Blockbuster, Circuit City, and more. But what did these failures actually entail? While several may assume it was some lethal combination of poor management and greed, most do not realize that more often than not, it is a direct result of a company failing to disrupt themselves! At some point, a system was in place that generated the majority of the company’s income, and from that moment forward, business leaders tied their success to that system and the present, completely disregarding the future.with an agile mindset But the reality is the future is what matters the most, as it’s…
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I wanted to share success stories from the street of real originators and managers who are using the strategies to improve the number of opportunities and create new relationships. It never gets old when execution leads to, or even exceeds anticipated results! Running the bank route. In an effort to create new opportunities from small banks and credit unions, they followed the plan and selected ten locations within 10 miles of their starting point (office) in each direction N/S/E/W. Following the schedule, they would be able to visit and connect with forty locations every month. The second week they ran into a small bank that was closing their mortgage division and this manager was able secure a complete branch office and about 35 million in production when he hired the whole team as a unit. The branches still refer their mortgage opportunities to the same team they know and trust,…
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Gambling in sports always has been and always will be. Surely, it was 8-5 that Adam would take a bite out of that apple in the Garden of Eden! The “fall” was predictable and so is gambling. The recent issue of Sports Illustrated (Vol. 132 No. 9) led with the title “Wanna Bet?” with subtitles “Legal. Mobile. Mainstream. The Sports Wagering Boom is Here.” In 2021 wagering on sports is booming. Wagering in sports has been – and according to S.I. will be here forever. There’s no record of it being (facetiously) started in the Garden of Eden, but one must consider it did not long after. Wagering on anything is said to be of a competitive nature, As the old song says, “Anything you can do, I can do better” A song by Irving Berlin from “Annie Get Your Gun.” Even Annie Oakley had a competitive nature. We all want to do better and…
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