Wednesday, August 31, 2011

This Way or That?

Whether this guidance comes through your body as "gut instincts," or through your mind as intuition, a vision, a voice or a dream; it is smarter than your rational mind. The reason? It's coming from a deeper part of you. Tuning in to it, is one of the best ways to access the "artist" who lives in you. When you follow your gut, you're receiving guidance from a master. That master is you. You know better than anyone else what is best for you. The trick? Just get quiet and listen.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Follow Your Gut!

We all have personality parts that are wise and mature. We also have parts that base decisions on childhood fears. Working with intuition gives you a choice to see what information comes from your wise self vs. a part that hasn't grown up.

When you get a hunch about something major, it's good to ask yourself, "Is this grounded in reality?"

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Four Lessons!

Here are four lessons to live by:
  1. Maturity is the result of time and the mistakes you made
  2. Mistakes are not as important as what you learned from them, and how  you made your life BETTER
  3. Good living is not measured by accomplishments
  4. When you encourage someone, you change their life 
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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Your Truth!

When you speak your truth, you stand in the center of your personal power.  Saying "no" when you mean it is one example. Another example, is asking for what you want and not worrying about what others think.

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Friday, August 5, 2011

The Cautious Personality

The cautious personality relies on facts, logic and quality. They tend to be sensitive and careful. They are usually doctors, accountants, research analysts, or computer-related professionals. They most likely will ask technical questions and want you to tell them "point blank" what needs to be done. They pay close attention to detail.

These type of clients represent 10-15 percent of the population. Make a point of providing these clients with a lot of information, especially when it comes to finances. They will read and research options.

Work to establish a plan in objective terms. Clients who exhibit a cautious personality are interested in credentials and will ask questions about your training and education. They have a strong need for logic and are concerned with quality. It is important that your plan of action focuses on detail and exceptional service.

The better you are at communicating (regardless of the personality types they show), the more likely they will accept and trust your services. This type of client treatment will increase your potential for referrals.

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