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Title: You Are Intuitive By Nature

Posted by at 31 July, 2009, 12:53 am
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Title: You Are Intuitive By Nature

Author: Marie C. Barrett

Article:
You couldn’t stop being intuitive, even if you tried. Intuition
is intrinsic to who you are and to how you relate to the world.
It never turns off and it will never leave you. Whether you
choose to listen and respond to your intuition is another matter
entirely.

Let’s widen the expanse of our visioning here and digress for a
moment to consider what happens when you go to sleep every
night. Researchers tell us we go into deep sleep, right down
into unconsciousness, for at least a couple of hours every
night. This is when our spirit reconnects to its cosmic energy
Source; it refuels, as it were, to sustain the body for the
dramas and experiences of the next day.

This time of spiritual recuperation is necessary for survival.
Our physical body simply cannot feed our higher ‘bodies’ –
emotional, mental, etheric and higher spiritual; the lesser
cannot support the greater without extra assistance. Sleep
deprivation is one of the most debilitating experiences one can
undergo, because the structure of our castle begins to crumble
when it is starved of the living substance it must receive
during deep sleep.

But what happens to the build-up of this finer energy food
during our waking hours? We burn it up. Just as a motor burns
gas, our bodies expend these higher energies as we use our
mechanical, physical body, our brain, thoughts, emotions and
spiritual longings. These last can draw more heavily on our
limited energy supplies than any other practise.

So can we have access to this higher energy during our waking
state? Absolutely. This is the process allowed and fostered by
expanding your awareness; your self consciousness; the
appreciation that you are a spiritual being experiencing
physicality.

When you remember you are this spiritual being, you reconnect to
the flow of life force energy. So what has all this to do with
intuition? Well, intuition is a direct way your higher spirit
connects with you when you go about your daily life.

Your higher self inspires you through feeling and emotion,
through intuition. Your intuition sends you energy impulses that
offer inner guidance and clarity in the course of daily living.

You can develop your recognition of these intuitive impulses
simply by following their guidance without analysing them with
your rational mind. They are of a different order than that of
rational thought. They come from a much finer energy vibration,
a spiritual essence vibration barely perceptible feeling, and
scarcely ever by thought processing.

Intuition communicates through feeling and emotion, not the mind
or thoughts. Tuning into your intuition is a skill we can all
learn and develop. Simply allow yourself to be in a state of
relaxed allowing and see the miracles happen!

You will begin to notice synchronicities; you will ‘relate’ to
other people and know what makes them tick. You will recognize a
kindred spirit. You will be able to tune into another’s energy
and send healing and love. You will begin to see events that are
seemingly from the past or the future, even though time is an
illusion and there is no time other than this moment. In all
these ways and many more, you will be tuning to your intuition
and following its inner promptings.

Spirit can never abandon us to only physical expression, because
we are spiritual in essence. The great joke of the universe is
that though we are spirit, we forget who we are and live our
lives in the illusion that we are our body and mind, when, in
fact we are spirit playing the game of living in the holodeck of
daily life in a physical body.

Listen to your intuition and follow its gentle persuasion. Trust
the intuitive information you get when it comes. Keep your
connection to your inner spirit open and flowing; it is one of
life’s greatest joys and deepest mysteries.

About the author:
Marie C. Barrett, author, teacher and life coach, is working for
the transformation of consciousness on the planet. An expanded
consciousness is forming and higher energies call to every
heart. For more information go to www.holisticwealthcreation.com and see Marie’s blog at
www.holisticwealthcreation.com/blog.

Category : Coaching

Five Drivers Of Change!

Posted by at 29 July, 2009, 3:43 am
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The huge Tsunami that hammered the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia in 2004 gave no warning.

Many were on the beaches and casually going about their day unaware that a deep sea earthquake
had sent a shockwave that sent billions of tons of water racing toward the shores of the Indian Ocean
at 500 MPH.

It was too late when those on the beach looked up and saw the wave that was so large that they had
no time to escape. There was no warning.

We are facing a Tsunami of Change of even greater proportions in business. The drivers of change are
forcing business leaders and individuals to rethink their strategic plans.

At Tri-Vision Global http://wwwTriVisionGlobal.com, we have been working on some projects related to
strategic business development. This has forced us to think long-term. The data on the changes that are
about to break onto the shore of the business world will create massive changes in the business environment.

These changes can have a disastrous impact on your business; or, they can create gigantic opportunities.

Here is the short list of five major drivers of change in today’s business environment.

Changing Marketplace Trends

1) Entrepreneurial Workforce

45 million Americans own a business. That is 20% of the workforce. Americans are now entrepreneurial in
their career perspective. They are more mobile and likely to change jobs or careers rapidly based on their
circumstances and individual motivating factors. Loyalty to employers is minimal. Consider the cost associated
with searching, screening, hiring, training and supporting an individual before ever realizing any return on
investment from that person in their job function. Ask any CFO or senior human resource manager and they
can tell you exactly how this issue impacts the bottom-line.

2) The Internet Age

The changes occurring in the way people live as a result of the Internet is only beginning. In most domains
of human activity, massive paradigm shifts are being generated by this disruptive technology. 80% of all
purchases in the U.S. start with an Internet search! The democratization of the music, film, and broadcasting
industries is allowing both producers and consumers of content to bypass media centers to get what they want.

Major producers of big ticket products are scrambling to devise Internet strategies. Web developers are working
overtime to meet the demands of rapidly changing business models.

3) Baby Boomer Exodus

The most notable pressure is the retirement exodus of the Baby Boomer generation. This group represents over
seventy million people in the American workforce today that are entering retirement age between now and 2015.
For some job classifications, over 50% of the work force is expected to retire within the next twelve months! While
skills can be taught, the life experience of someone who has spent years in an industry or company and weathered
multiple business cycles and market shifts isn’t knowledge that is easily replaced or transferred. This will result in a
huge deficit in skilled workers, wage inflation, and diminishing productivity.


4) Workforce Retention

Another catalytic trend emerging is the concept of “blending” one’s professional and personal life. Americans by
far put in more hours on the job than any other industrialized nation. The next generations of workers are much more
interested in balanced living between their careers and personal interest, thereby challenging employers to think
more holistically in developing their human resources strategies. You can only automate and outsource to a certain
degree. Eventually, all organizations succeed or fail based on the quality of their people. In the twenty-first century
people are interested in significance and lifestyle. Knowing what workers want and need will become even more
important in the years ahead. This challenges organizations to seriously consider their employee hiring, development
and retention strategies especially as the pool of talent becomes shallower.

“People are the greatest asset to any organization”

5) Globalization and competition

Here in the West, we seldom practice the art of long-term thinking. Everything is about how fast we can make things
happen. We focus on short term gains that can allow us to flip to the next bigger better deal. However that isn’t how
our global competitors think. China, India and others are becoming economic super powers because their strategic
thinking is fifty years or more down the road.

Japan’s Toyota Motor Company is arguably the biggest automotive manufacturer in the world. That didn’t just happen
in the last few years, it was part of the vision they cast over forty years ago and they have stayed the course.

The companies that prepare themselves for the changes coming regarding these five trends will be positioned to take
advantage of them better than their competition. Change management can no longer be reactive and passive, dealing
with problems of change as they are required. Business leaders must learn to be to proactive in planning for the changes.

Human resources, marketing and sales divisions must be transformational in their planning regarding these trends.

These changes also imply that individuals should examine their future plans. What skills can you develop in an Internet-driven
world that will make your visits to the bank be for deposits rather than withdrawals? What do you need to learn about the Internet
that will position you well for the future? As Boomers retire, those who don’t can be in demand if they have the skills and maturity
that businesses will need. If you don’t want to retire, how can you position yourself to be at the forefront of that demand? How can
you start an Internet-based business that does not require all of your time? Is there a business you can start that will serve the
changing human resource needs of businesses?

Rapid change creates danger and opportunity. The Chinese character for both words is the same. The meaning depends upon the
context of where it appears. That there will be massive changes in the business environment during the next few years cannot be
questioned. The dangers are severe, but the opportunities are numerous. What will you do to position your business and yourself
for those changes?

This article is produced by Tri Vision Global, Inc. – TVG (http://www.TriVisionGlobal.com) TVG is a Jacksonville, Florida based firm
that provides business optimization, planning, training and Internet services globally. CREDITS: Contributing authors are Steve Chelette
of the Gumbo Group, Roger Gauthier and Dr. Larry D. Pate of TVG.

For further information about TVG contact media relations at press@trivisionglobal.com or 888.367.9461

PERMISSIONS: Article may be copied & reproduced, but must be published in entirety, including credits & permissions.

The TVG team is comprised of Steve Chelette, Founder of the Gumbo Group, Dr. Larry Pate, CEO Bridging
Peoples Consulting, & Roger Gauthier, CEO Tri-Vision Global.

Source:Five Drivers Of Change!

Category : Coaching

Contractor Management – Review – TheContractor411.com

Posted by at 29 July, 2009, 3:43 am
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Chad Henderson
Copyright (c) 2008 Chad Henderson

People have been throwing comments back and forth about weather Contractor Management www.thecontractor411.com is worth the time. I wanted to take a non-bias approach in reviewing this company and its opportunity and see if the supposed thousands of people all around the united states that have reacieved the results they expected with this program are really reaping the rewards that the network and its clients boast about.

What is Contractor Management all about? How does it work?

Basically, to become a member of the program, you must sign up and pay some additional very inexpensive administrative fees. While most programs will misguide you and lead you to failure, I have found Contractor Management to be very upfront in their communications answering all questions in order for the prospective contractor or property owner to feel safe and secure about getting started.

I have researched all levels of home based business income opportunities and if a person lacks the funds to advertise there contractor or handyman business then Contractor Management is the primary fall back position thousands of people are using to get in to a solid lead generator for there companies.

Contractor Management has earned my seal of approval for anyone needing leads and quality free advertising for there company immediately. Follow their tried and true approach and I will personally guarantee your success. The foundation of Contractor Management is the one that is used in all other programs on the internet.

What if I don’t have the money?

When I first got started in marketing many years ago I not only couldn’t afford to get started, I couldn’t afford for a positive change not to happen in my life. I personally had to sell one of my very cherished treasure’s to get started initially, but the rewards have far exceeded my expectations.

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About the Author:

Chad Henderson is a successful internet marketer, home-based business owner, and success coach Since 1995, Chad has overpowered the art of internet marketing by learning through his mistakes and by promoting numerous misguided business opportunities in the past. He is also an active member of various other programs that have a provided him and his family a consistently large income for many years.

Chad Henderson

Chad Henderson is a successful internet marketer, home-based business owner, and success coach Since 1995, Chad has overpowered the art of internet marketing by learning through his mistakes and by promoting numerous misguided business opportunities in the past. He is also an active member of various other programs that have a provided him and his family a consistently large income for many years.

Barry Biddle II 1-619-253-3078 http://www.thelittleguynetwork.com/refer.php?id=443568595&i=2

Source:Contractor Management – Review – TheContractor411.com

Category : Coaching

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