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What if I told you there is a 10 minute exercise you can do to build your brain. This one activity can build grey matter in the part of your brain that makes planning, emotional management, and stress reduction a lot easier. I started meditating for stress reduction 15 years ago and nothing else has helped more. Since then I have helped bring meditation and mindfulness to hundreds of people through trainings, groups, and individual therapy. That being said, when it comes to ...
540 PointsSilver

Naj Alikhan

/ Life tested and state licensed therapist / LMFT
IF I’M NOT FIRST, I MIGHT AS WELL BE LAST NOTHING GOOD EVER HAPPENS TO ME SHE IGNORED ME BECAUSE SHE DOESN’T LIKE ME I’M NEVER GOING TO FIND LOVE These are the kinds of thoughts that keep us feeling anxious. On some days they are the quiet background music to an otherwise healthy and productive day. On other days they define us and are all we can think about. But these types of thoughts are actually emotionally driven lies about who we are and the world around us.  In ...
540 PointsSilver

Naj Alikhan

/ Life tested and state licensed therapist / LMFT
What is the difference between a hobby or a business? The difference is; if you are selling goods or services and making money (profit) at your venture, then it is a business. If you are providing goods or services and giving it away or just barley breaking even-it’s a hobby. There is no dollar threshold to cross or any sales numbers you must achieve to be considered a business. All you need is a reasonable expectation of making a profit and proving the profit motive. If you are ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
What is the difference between a hobby or a business? The difference is; if you are selling goods or services and making money (profit) at your venture, then it is a business. If you are providing goods or services and giving it away or just barley breaking even-it’s a hobby. There is no dollar threshold to cross or any sales numbers you must achieve to be considered a business. All you need is a reasonable expectation of making a profit and proving the profit motive. If you are ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
When a business’s culture stagnates and complacency sets in, performance declines, growth stalls and existing customers sense the lack of drive and erosion of value occurs. In many situations where a business has lost its drive and is backsliding, the cure it to reset to a performance-based culture. This is a move that can have a significant impact on the organizations long-term financial performance. But how to instill a performance-based culture as a means of improving a product or ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
“Work smarter, not harder.” We have all probably heard that saying before. It’s great advice, but many entrepreneurs fail to work smarter and they grind it out and work harder. Which leads to frustration, stress, and burnout. On the other hand, working smarter leads to a work/life balance, control, and focus. Here are 10 simple ways to get business SMART: Come up for some air. This takes on two different meanings. One is, take some time away from your business. You need to recharge ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
The primary goals of all chambers of commerce is to obtain new members and retain their membership base. Everything else is secondary – the lead/referral groups, ambassador programs, public forums, awards, networking, mixers, advocacy, government forums, leadership programs, boards, committees, and philanthropy is all secondary and even tertiary. Without members, none of those programs matter. Members are the life blood of all chambers no matter in what town, city, or country they are ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
Think about where you were 5 years ago. Seems like only yesterday, right? Are you where you’d thought you’d be 5 years later, when you looked forward back then? Are you leading the life you envisioned? Do you have the income, lifestyle, freedom, health, relationships, poise and skills you thought you would have by now? Guess What? Now you get another chance to look forward to the next 5 years Over the next 5 years you can accomplish what people spend a lifetime ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Ferris Bueller The world is moving fast—so you should be, too. Here’s how to inspire movement and influence change. The world is moving fast, and the pace of change is only going to keep increasing. It’s challenging us to rethink what we do and how we do it—to rethink how we will operate as leaders into the future. It is challenging us to develop new operating systems for ...
1220 PointsSilver

Steve Feld

/ Certified Business Coach
Duty to Warn By Jenny Holland ​This is a story about integration, action, and psychotherapy. ​Mostly, it is about love. ​As a mental health professional, I am used to taking a role in the advancement and welfare of others on a daily basis through my capacity to educate, evaluate, empathize,and advocate. ​For the most part, a therapist's work is done on a smaller scale—one-on-one in the safety of a confidential, therapeutic setting.  ​It is because ...
280 PointsSilver

Dr. Jenny Holland

/ Effective Psychotherapy for a Change