Joseph Clough is a #1 Amazon best-selling Hay House author, International Master Trainer of Neurolinguistic Programming, and Celebrity Hypnotist with nearly 20 years experience. He's also the creator of over 400 hours of Free hypnosis and coaching MP3s that have changed millions of lives and his app and podcast continue to be downloaded over 100,000 times a month. His mission is to help each person, like you, achieve their full potential. He incorporate a unique combination of advanced techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming with Time Line TherapyTM and Clinical Hypnotherapy, and has worked with celebrities and professional athlete clients around the world. Joseph discovered this work after struggling with severe anxiety, blushing, fears, and low self-esteem, that he thought he'd have to live with for the rest of his life. Fortunately, he found a life of emotional freedom and confidence, now speaking in front of hundreds of people, after experiencing…
Posted On Friday, 09 October 2020 05:00 Written by
Are you one of those who can't do enough?  Want to do more than enough? Over the top? You know, the type of person who will scan the universe to get the best present for a friend, settle only for the flowers that are the absolute favorites for your best friend, make the perfect meal for your love interest, excel at work, over the top on party details? Are you one of “those”? We love you anyway… When we love someone whether it’s a BFF, a love interest, our pets, our family – whatever is the object of our focus, our attention (or obsession) – you have to wonder if we are a bit over the top and if so, is that  good or bad?  Maybe… As an example, some of us are relentless at being organized and (you know who you are) the masters of organization, planning, down to…
Posted On Friday, 25 September 2020 05:00 Written by
What the heck is happening to your energy level? You know you are getting the required sleep, doing okay with diet and exercise, and yet you feel so bogged down!
Posted On Wednesday, 23 September 2020 05:00 Written by
  A bit about Natasha: Natasha Nassar Hazlett is an inspirational speaker, coach, attorney and author of the #1 Amazon Best Selling Book: Unstoppable Influence: Be You. Be Fearless. Transform Lives.   One decision helped this formerly uninspired, unmotivated entrepreneur on the verge of abandoning her business to finally ditch her limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs and uncover her radiant Truth. Now she and her husband, Rich, are helping thousands of others do the same through their popular Unstoppable Influence® 21-Day Challenges and coaching programs.   Natasha and Rich are the co-founders of Fast Forward Marketing, LLC.  Together they empower entrepreneurs around the world with the clarity, confidence, and strategies they need to boost their income and influence while working less. Natasha is also Of Counsel to the Boise law firm of Angstman Johnson, where her practice is focused on estate planning and estate and trust administration.  She graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.A. in Political Science…
Posted On Wednesday, 16 September 2020 05:00 Written by
When you need help, have you ever heard yourself saying… • I don’t want to appear needy or weak• I’ll just do it myself because it won’t be done right, and I don’t want to bother anyone• If I ask for help, they will think I’m incapable Why is it that women don’t want to ASK, or better yet, allow receiving help?  It is a loaded question with a ton of varied responses. When I conducted an informal survey through my Women’s Wisdom Network, women stepped up and admitted in general that they sucked at both. In almost all cases, the accepting help beat out the ASKING for help by almost fifty percent.  We aren’t good at asking and that made me think…why? In my own life, I’ve been taught to buckle up, figure it out, do it myself, and move on.  It stems from women needing to appear independent,…
Posted On Wednesday, 16 September 2020 05:00 Written by
A bit about Hilton: The designer is a native of Mississippi, where his love of sewing and design was nurtured by his grandmother, a master quilter. “I always dreamed of moving to New York to be a fashion designer,” he says. “I didn’t know how I’d get there, or when, but I had a subway map pinned to my wall. Before I was 13, I knew the city by heart.”​ In 1997 Hollis moved to NYC and began his career in the fashion industry by attending Fashion Institute of Technology.  He holds a degree in Fashion Design from New York’s FIT. Wherever his career led, Hollis never lost sight of his goal to head his own business. In fact, he launched his own eveningwear line when he was just two years out of college. Unfortunately, time wasn’t on his side then: “I opened the showroom on September 10, 2001,” he…
Posted On Thursday, 10 September 2020 05:00 Written by
A bit about Tami:  EXIT Realty Corp International’s CEO TAMI BONNELL is an internationally renowned leader in the real estate industry and was instrumental in building three major brands. Among her many achievements, she was recognized by Real Estate trend watcher, Stephan Swanepoel, three years consecutively as one of the 200 most Powerful and influential   people in residential real estate, among the top 20 corporate executives and among the top 10 women leaders.  Ms. Bonnell has been a featured speaker at the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTOR’S® convention to the Top 500 power brokers, The National Women’s Council REALTORS®, Inman News Connect Conference and the RIS Media’s Leadership Conference.   She was named to the National Association of Women in Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem ( NAWRB) Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDLIC). Ms. Bonnell was honored by STEM connector as one of it’s 100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM (science,…
Posted On Wednesday, 02 September 2020 05:00 Written by
Once upon a time, there once was a beautiful little girl. She was happy, and she was not aware of anything about herself that wasn’t, well, perfect. Then one day, someone told her she wasn’t beautiful, and she certainly was not perfect. She was shattered by this revelation,  and that made her start thinking….maybe I am just not good enough.  Ever heard that story?   Who was that imperfect person who told you that you didn’t measure up, or you weren’t like the other kids who were better, brighter, taller, smarter, or prettier?  And did you ever wonder, who made them so perfect themselves to point out your imperfections?  Let’s step back.  Here’s the truth. There was this situation where you had an experience, or you surmised through a contrast of some type, or some also imperfect person made a comment about you.  You may have only been a kid at…
Posted On Friday, 28 August 2020 05:00 Written by
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