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Meet Positive Energy Coach Chris B. Williams


As a positive energy coach, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and mentor, Chris B. Williams captivates with an optimistic outlook on life. Whether working with teenagers, college students, athletes, and organizations or anyone seeking inspiration, he engages and elevates everyone he encounters.

For Chris, positivity starts at home. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he was an All-City and All-State basketball player, before receiving a full scholarship to Manhattan College where he led the team to NCAA tournament, winning the MAAC Championships in 1993. Chris later became inducted into Manhattan College’s Hall of Fame.  Upon graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, he became a sales representative with Jostens, working with students to recognize and celebrate their achievements.

Today, Chris draws on these enriching experiences in his personal development programs through his company Williams Unlimited Inc. Signature offerings include Hear Chris Speak keynotes, the highly interactive and most requested How to Use Positive Energy to Change Your Mindset, Be More Productive and Achieve Ultimate Success and How to Build Stronger Culture in Schools seminars, a comprehensive Journey to Manhood eight-week program, and one-on-one positive energy coaching sessions.

Charismatic, charming, energetic and always smiling, Chris is an in-demand speaker, known for tackling a wide range of topics from Living with Positivity to Leadership, Relationships, Dreaming Big, Ethics, and Professionalism.

Among the many organizations that have already benefited from his words of encouragement are the Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey, Rutgers University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), the City University of New York (CUNY), Amida Care, the Miami Heat, the New York City Department of Education and various high schools, colleges and churches throughout the country. Over the years, he has worked with Cuttino Mobley, Steve Lappas, and Fran Fraschilla, and has been featured on ESPN.

Along with teaching others about positivity, working with young people is one of his passions. Community involvement is certainly a priority for Chris, and in 2013, he co-founded the Williams & Bullock Basketball Academy, an organization that helps aspiring athletes to be better players and better people. In addition, he oversees a group called Keeping It Real, which helps teenagers connect spiritual ideals with current events.

A lifelong basketball lover, Chris is also the voice of the Manhattan Jaspers, broadcasting all of the men and women’s televised and radio games. Chris B. Williams resides in Queens, NY with wife Leah.

HMM:  How was life like growing up for you?

CBW: Life for me growing up in Philadelphia was great!  My family and parents put me in a position where I learned to be successful, and I’m grateful for what they instilled in me, always wanting me to achieve more in life.  Growing up I was a competitive basketball player.  I’ve played it most of my young life and it was one of the determining factors to assist in my upbringing and helped me to become the person I am today.

HMM: How old were you when you knew this was your calling and what you were going to do for the rest of your life?

CBW: Not sure exactly the age, but from a very young age I knew I had a gift to assist others through my voice and my presence.  Again, my parents instilled values in me that was helpful in shaping who I am today.  They told me it was important to have a voice, let it be heard and use it to help others.

HMM: Were you a dreamer growing up? What kinds of dreams did you have?

CBW:  I was a huge dreamer growing up.  I always dreamed of being on different platforms where I would be influential to others.  Whether in sports, entertainment or education, I knew that I would touch lives.  I dreamed of playing basketball, not really in the NBA, but definitely in college so that I could get a scholarship and a good education.  That was a dream for me and a gift for my parents.

HMM: What made you decide to be what you have chosen as a profession today? Who were some of your earliest influences?

CBW:  My parents were a huge influence on me.  Service was very important in our home.  As a speaker, I realized that I could serve so many people.  I truly believe that when you serve, you deserve; and my service to others has opened amazing doors for me.


HMM: How hard was it breaking into the business? We hear stories all the time of people who try for years and never make it, and then other stories of overnight “in the right place at the right time” sensations. Which one do you think there’s more of? Those who pay their dues, or opportunity meeting preparation?

CBW:  I believe everyone has to pay their dues.  I think my profession has its ups and downs, you have to be very persistent and have a great support system because it is not all success stories getting to the level you want to be on.  At times, receive great opportunities and I’ve learned to prepare myself for those opportunities.  That is what makes me successful.

“Don’t be afraid to take a hard look at yourself, you can literally save your own life!”

HMM: How do you maintain your integrity in an otherwise very competitive and sometimes unscrupulous industry, as business at times can be cutthroat?

CBW:  I lean on my faith in God.  Through consistent prayer and meditation, I’ve learned to remain focused and faithful.  I believe that competition is great and it has kept me on my toes, but I focus on me and my journey, continue to lean on God and not pay attention to the “white noise” around me.  It can be tough at times, but it’s part of the journey.

HMM: What advice do you have for others who have THE dream?

CBW:  My advice would be to follow your dreams, understand there will be difficulties, surround yourself with a good support system and put together a plan.  Once you have a plan and a great support system and a dream you can ultimately be unstoppable.

HMM: What is it about this that makes you do what you do?

CBW:  I find a tremendous amount of love and excitement in all of my endeavors.  I’m passionate every day about what’s ahead of me.  I get to meet so many different people, all ages and backgrounds, and it inspires me to keep going.  I love people and if I can change a viewpoint, mindset, or challenge you to think differently, I’ve done my job, and that’s what keeps me going.

HMM: How difficult is it to maintain a work-life balance? What measures do you take to ensure that you have that?

CBW:  I’m fortunate enough to have a great supportive wife.  Working with my wife, who is also a speaker and entrepreneur, has made my work-life balance easier.  You also have to be disciplined too.  Although I understand that I have a demanding profession and often times a busy schedule, I find it important to take the time to do the things in life that I enjoy.  I often times say when I speak, most people don’t take the time to enjoy themselves and do things just for them.  As hard as I work, I play just as hard.  Whether it is playing a game of basketball, having a nice dinner, or getting in a great workout, I always make time to do the things that I enjoy to help in recharging myself.  It always makes me better for my next assignment.

“Positivity is a powerful force regardless of your circumstances.  Through thinking positive and creating positive energy for yourself, you can ultimately change your life!”

HMM: Would you consider yourself a driven person? What makes you a powerhouse? What is the source of your strength?   

CBW:  No question!  I’m a very driven person.  There is only a small percentage of people who go for what they want.  It takes a lot of determination and dedication to be in that group and I’m fortunate to have that quality.  I believe that one of the attributes of a high achiever and successful person is the ability to adapt to different situations and be resourceful.  This is what I pride myself on.  If that makes me a powerhouse, I’ll take it!  My source of strength is none other than God.  He gets me through EVERYTHING!

HMM: What are some of the things you do to wind down and relax after grueling events and preparations for them?

CBW:  I love to work out and spend quality time with my wife.  Working out helps me clear my head after each event.  Spending time with my wife is so important because we are in the same industry, we are able to dissect each event and I’m able to receive great quality feedback which is helpful for me.  Prayer and meditation help me prepare for every event.  Again, without God, none of this would be possible.


HMM: What is your definition of peace? What is your definition of success?

CBW:  My definition of peace is being in a place where you are comfortable with yourself and understanding that God is under control and will not let you fail.

I like to focus more on significance than success.  Significance to me means heading to your calling and having a good quality of life.  Significance will usually lead to success.

HMM: What is the one thing you want people to remember most about you and your work?

CBW:  I would like people to remember that Chris Williams wanted to make a difference and was true to himself.

HMM: What type of legacy do you wish to leave?

CBW:  I’ve never been into legacies, but I would want people to remember that I was big on being a giver and a huge believer of service.

HMM: What is the one dream for yourself you most look forward to having come true?       

CBW:  I’m honestly living my dream now!  I’m working toward living my best life.  The best thing about that, it never ends.

For more information about Chris B. Williams or for bookings:

WEBSITE:     www.hearchrisspeak.com | EMAIL:           info@gmail.com

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TaylorMade Bling Embellishments- A Swarovski Crystal & High-Quality Rhinestone Embellishment Boutique, owned & operated by Teneka Moore of St. Louis, MO. Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Teneka brings a luxurious look to all your keepsakes & momentos for babies & beyond! Each item is embellished with individually applied Swarovski crystals or high-quality rhinestones enhancing, customizing, and personalizing each and every item to your specific liking. TaylorMade Bling offers a large variety of crystal colors to match to your favorite colors, upcoming events or special theme. We love to help you create the most uniquely customized gifts that are perfect for Baby Shower gifts, Baby photos, Weddings, Birthdays, Bachelor /Bachelorette, Graduations, Career promotions, VIP events, a self-Splurge, or any occasion you can imagine. All items are designed with 100% Swarovski or high-quality rhinestones (depending on your selection & budget) which are individually applied by hand onto your keepsake.

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“They’ll laugh at you at first, but follow your dreams anyway “

What was life growing up for you? What kind of family did you grow up in?

I was raised in a middle-class working family, where my parents sacrificed to make sure I had the best by attending private school and being a part of a wide-range of opportunities and extracurricular activities.  At a young age, I was taught three (3) things: 1) work hard for what you want, 2) be yourself, and 3) think for yourself. Those three factors that my parents instilled in me from young, I am grateful, as I found them very important in adulthood.

How old were you when you knew this was your calling and what you were going to do with the rest of your life?

A:  I honestly did not know this was going to be what I was going to do, it just seemed to fall into place.  At 28 years old, I was laid off from my corporate job as Operation Manager at a communications firm.  I was a new mother, now laid off, with lots of time on my hands.  I started blinging baby items (inspired by my daughter, Taylor, who was 3months at the time).  Every time we ventured out, Taylor had a new item designed by me.  People started inquiring where they could purchase those items and I said I designed it.  Voila! Before I knew it, people were asking me to recreate items for them.  I actually loved the art and found therapy in the tedious work, as crazy as it sounds.

Were you a dreamer growing up? What kind of dreams did you have?

I was always a dreamer and to some point, to this day, still have big dreams and hopes. Growing up, I always dreamed of being my own boss.  I didn’t know what that meant or what business would take shape, but I always envisioned myself as “the Big Boss” at my own company.

Can you tell us how you decided to go into business blinging products? What were some of your earlier influences?

Again, my daughter Taylor (who my company is named after) was having a 3-month photo shoot and I wanted it to be fabulous! Lol. I waited too late to place an order anywhere, so I opted to bling all her baby items (i.e. pacifier, baby bottle, baby shoes, etc.  Since I knew what I wanted, I took the time and did everything myself.  It was a hit at the shoot with the photographer and other patrons at the studio.  Everyone loved the items and wanted me to recreate for them.  I did and the rest is history.  Imagine, my dream started as a vision with small baby items and now a reality, with everything being embellished with crystals (or rhinestones).

Was it hard breaking into the business?  Have you worked for any celebrities?

Owning your own business is not for the faint of heart, especially in the beginning. Many can relate, an artist, an accountant, marketing, PR, photographer, videographer, customer service, shipping, inventory, just to name a few.  It means being laughed at or dismissed and still deciding to push through regardless.  I remained present on social media as much as possible and networked heavy with other businesses and their followers to grow my own following and gain attention.  It was all worth it!  When Jlo’s manicurist reached out via Instagram, via direct message, and ordered the infamous cup, some other celebrities have also inquired about my products, such as Alex Rodriguez (Arod), Ne-Yo, Derek Hough, Jimmy Fallon, Hoda Kotb, Kathy Lee Gifford, Misty Copeland, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, and a few others.

How do you maintain your integrity in an otherwise very competitive and sometimes unscrupulous industry, as the business can be very cut throat?

It’s important to remain humble and continue to hone your craft. I appreciate more than anything the clients that took a chance on me when I had 150 followers and still support me to this day. I remember to focus mainly on TaylorMade Bling and stay in my lane and come with fresh designs and new items that set me apart, but also take heed of real talent in the industry and encourage when I can.  A little encouragement and empowerment can go a long way.

How difficult is it to maintain a work-life balance?  Splitting time between you and your family?

My business is still quite young (only 6 years old) and honestly work-life balance isn’t something I have mastered yet. It is still a lot of long nights, long weekends, and telling friends and family that I can’t attend a lot of events or even holidays and just pray they understand. It is definitely a challenge that I’m still trying to navigate, but I know the end result will be all worth it.

“The goal is to be booked, not popular “

Would you consider yourself a driven person?  What makes you a powerhouse? What is the source of your strength?

I would say that I am very driven, in the sense that I am not a quitter. Even when days or weeks get hard and I think about quitting, I Don’t! My faith in God & my daughter is a lot of my motivation & the source of my strength.  I want to be Taylor’s main example of working hard and never giving up no matter what.

How would you define peace?

Peace to me is a calm or tranquil state of mind. People ask me all the time “how do you sit there and do that without going crazy?”  My response is Blinging for me is very therapeutic, I get in a zone and focus on the job at hand.”  I can zone out to be alone with my thoughts. My bling studio is typically (most times, lol) a place of peace.

What can we expect from you in the future?

Coming soon will be classes and hopefully various products brought to you by TaylorMade Bling. I would really like the art of embellishing to be taken seriously as a true industry. There is a lot of work, detail and steps to setting each stone, just as with jewelry.  I would love the opportunity to be able to say I had a hand in it being recognized as such.

What advice would you offer others who are interested in starting their own business?

Again – NEVER GIVE UP! If you have a genuine passion for something, go for it wholeheartedly. Ignore all the laughs, and dismissals, and people who won’t even acknowledge what you do and remain focused on your goal. I would have never guessed 10 years ago that I would be customizing items for celebrities at top dollar, but here I am now with this vision and chasing it.


The Feed’s Feed

The Feed's Feed

A former colleague of mine recently passed away, she was a wonderful girl, with an infectious sense of humor, a heart of gold, and a passion for all things leading to fabulous journeys. She’d been ill for quite some time, and while her death didn’t come as a complete shock, the pain was just as hurtful. As I thought back on all of her accomplishments within the past year, I smiled. She’d finally earned her BA in Business Administration, a feat that she’d wrestled with for a long time. She’d created a pretty lucrative handmade soap business with her sister, of which I was her biggest customer. She’d entered a local beauty pageant a few months ago came in second place. She was my colleague, my friend and I miss her.

It was right about the time that her brother posted information for her funeral services, that I saw then the condolences, the memories, the hundreds of pictures. They came flooding in like a river at last, count, she; had eighty- six post-mortem messages from friends and family members. It was all so surreal. Having been in the same circle for some time, we’d acquired many of the same friends. It was interesting to see their posts, their declarations… And that’s when it started.

Perhaps it’s just me. Maybe I’m reading way too much into things. Insomnia mixed with Aunty Flo has, in the past, proven to be a wicked mix. But this is me. I post when my cousin has a new spot in a commercial. I share when my co-worker starts selling life insurance. I tag my sister when she debuts her new catering business. But again, perhaps that’s just me. I enjoy spreading the good news about the people I care about; I’m the cheerleader with the pom-poms sharing your page as though it’s mine. I’m right there, showcasing your accomplishments because you and your life are amazing to me. But again, now remember this is just me.

My friend, her handmade soap business, never generated the buzz that it should have early on. It’s not that her product wasn’t lovely. On the contrary, it’s excellent! However, she made the mistake of sharing this new venture with those on her ‘personal’ page. You know, the one with her friends and her family and they, shared it with no one. These same folks who were so quick to enter paragraphs about how much she meant to them, had never once cheered her on as she accepted her crown covered in rhinestone.

These same friends and family members who shamelessly repost and like videos of kids fighting in school, and weirdos shopping in Walmart, had never even commented on her receiving her BA. It all makes me wonder. Why does bad news travel so much more quickly than good news? Someone gets a promotion at work, no one bats an eye, but let that same person get fired at eight o’clock in the morning, and the whole department knows by noon. Someone purchases their first house, and ten of their seven hundred friends hits the like button, but let the same person get evicted, and people can’t circulate their GoFundMe page fast enough.

@#$! Stop clogging my feed with negative and ridiculously sad posts. Instead, let’s share posts that uplift and inspire one another! Don’t share flowers and good intentions with the dead, share them with the living.

A Simple Parable


I love this parable. Whether it is authentic or not, the message is important and very, very true.

An old Cherokee chief was teaching his grandson about life “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight, and it is between two wolves.” One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, self-doubt, and ego. “The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.” This same fight is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.” The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?” The old chief simply replied, “The one you feed.”
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Lately, I have found myself feeding the dark wolf; mostly anger, sorrow, regret, some resentment, self-doubt and, ego, also a whole lot of feeling frustration. Not because I feel entitled. Anyone who knows me knows that is not part of my make-up. I feel frustration sometimes because my ego gets in the way. And by my ego, my old self, my unconscious self, rears its childlike frustrated head and whines because life is not moving as smoothly or as comfortable as I want it or would like it to be. My unconscious self stamps its little girl foot and shouts, “But it’s MY turn!” or better yet,” I’m feeding my white wolf, when does life get easier?”

The white wolf answers me, “You have more work to do child.”

Every moment of every day offers us opportunities and yes, tests, to choose to not only feed our joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith, but to also to live as a shining example for other’s whose dark wolf is snarling in the background. I have a dear friend who calls these tests “God’s little Pop Quizzes.” We are not supposed to look at our obstacles as obstructions but as guides on our journey. And if we stumble, that’s not a failure, but another opportunity to get it right the next time!

Our reward for living a life of love is all the white wolf embodies in the above parable, and it takes constant awareness and works to maintain that level of Zen. This world we live in is consistently throwing dark wolf scenarios at us through the media and, yes, right down to individuals we encounter every moment of every day. It all stems from fear!

So what do we do, you ask? Stay aware. Stay hopeful. Keep your eye on your prize (yes, your prize Everyone has their idea what their prize is), and live in the simple truth there is a Soul “pot of gold” at the end of our life’s rainbow. The path you take is up to you, and the rewards are already in front of you!

And when you falter, be gentle with yourself, and ask what you can do differently the next time around. As Gandhi said, “Be the change in the world you want to see.”

The Stage of Life


“If experience is about wealth, then I’m a very wealthy person.” – Dr. Gregory Smith (former sociopath)

As I sat there watching the Year 4 students as they went through a drama class, the teacher taught them an element of drama that I never before knew. The situation revolves around a problem – if there’s no problem, then there’s no story, no narrative, nothing stimulating to pique the onlooker’s interest.

Dr. Gregory Smith is an incredibly fascinating person. His story, here. Someone who grew up in the dramatic horrors of domestic violence was orphaned, convicted of arson but relieved of the burden of paying for that crime due to reasons of temporary insanity; who lived in a forest for ten years. Finally, in his late forties, he came upon an epiphany. He learned something that turned his world upside down (as if he hadn’t already lived an upside-down life).

Smith learned that his extreme antisocial patterns of behavior were due to the fact he had been fighting himself all along. He was central to his problems.

That spoke to me. It reminded me of an epiphany I had of the Lord on July 7, 2015.
Having learned this powerfully fundamental and paradoxical truth – that when we admit we’re the problem only then are we free to provide our solutions – Smith was finally able to commence the wrestle of reconciling the drama of his astonishingly professional life.

When we finally discover that problems are inherently part of the theatre that life is, we’re positioned to transcend our questions through the provision of solutions, which could not come otherwise.

The theater of life only evokes passion when we have problems to overcome. See how issues are principally part of God’s plan?

Accept that problems are part of life and, with passion, prime yourself for adventure.

When we take this approach, thankfulness informs our narrative, gratitude emerges, and, as persons, we thrive.

The Faith Evolution


“The evolution of faith usually spanning millions of years, typically looks like this:

Not believing in “the Universe.”

Believing in “the Universe,” but secretly doubting it, too.

Fearing “the Universe,” but secretly loving it, too.

Loving “the Universe,” but secretly fearing it, too.

I realize that “the Universe” was you, all along.

Yours truly,
The Universe”

You have rights to your feelings. You can believe you can fear; you can love, you can hate, you can do basically; whatever you want, as long as it is legal and not destructive. If you had the opportunity to go 20 years into the future; purchase an Almanac of all the sporting events or the index of all the stock market; come back to the present and start bidding or investing. Wouldn’t that be SPECTACULAR; (hint: Back to the Future II, when the older Biff gave the Almanac of all sporting events of the next 50 years to his younger self to invest and become wealthy)? You have the results in front of you, so it is guaranteed wealth right,? You might say I do not want to distort the future because it wasn’t meant to be for me to be wealthy so I might screw something up. If we follow the logic of Hollywood, yes, you might create an alternate future that would have never occurred if you didn’t possess this Almanac. This alternate future based on your actions or behaviors focusing, on what you created with your pursuit of wealth and happiness. There is nothing wrong with that. With power comes significant responsibilities.

While you pursue this wealth and happiness (even without the Almanac), never forgot who you were when you first started. With your humble beginning and your hard work and the constant pursuit of your dreams, you will appreciate more what’s coming to you. You might see success quickly or deal with lots of failures. You might be angry at everyone as to why you can’t make things happen even with your 24/7 work schedule. You might point fingers to him or her for all your shortcomings. You need to remember ONE thing. All of what is happening is the result of your thoughts. You created all of this and, it is with your thinking that you can change all this again. One little failure might generate a slew of negative thoughts which can, if not under control, have a ripple effect on many more negative outcomes in your life. As per the famous mantra”: Thoughts become things”(The Secret:2006) and with your thoughts, you render either positive or negative situations. If you know that and you apply it to your everyday thinking, why would you choose the negative? The answer is right in front of you, just like the Almanac with the exact scores of all sporting events in the 21st century.

Getting Out of the Way of the Busy


So, everyone seems to be wrapped up in the big, busy world that we live in. Seldom do we take the time to do the things that we want to do. Between school, sleep and homework or family and work, when do we have time to work on our goals?

Well, here’s the thing we can choose to make the things we love doing, priorities. And by setting goals which bring joy to our Hearts every time we work on it, why wouldn’t it be a priority? We always seem to look at our goals as a side project something to work on once we’re a little less busy in our everyday.

But here’s the thing, our goals aren’t going to make time for us if we don’t make time for them. If we’re continuously procrastinating from working on them, even by convincing ourselves that we are busy with other stuff, we are never going to achieve our goals.

So why does it seem like our goals aren’t already a priority?

For many, it’s because they don’t take their goals seriously in the first place. They look at their goals as ‘wishes’ that won’t ever come true. But they could turn their wishes into realities with a change in their perception.

Another problem which I sometimes face is something like this. I do indeed take my goals seriously; I get too swamped with my everyday life like schoolwork and the Internet that I end up not taking any action on my goals.

The trick is to eventually make working on your goals a habit pattern, part of your everyday lives. Then, we would be able to do the things we love without having to worry about finding ‘extra’ time to do it.

But how do we make this a habit pattern?

Start slowly. I know, I know, I always seem to use the same answer, but it’s true! All you need to do is start working on your goals, bit by bit at first. For example, what I do is I find small spaces of time when I’m free to think up of article topics or ideas. Sometimes, I even pull out my phone and Google something that has to do with my goals, to keep my Mind focused on my stuff.

I do this during the oddest of times, like a couple of minutes on the ride home, a few minutes in between talking to my friends during a break at school, when I’m waiting for my food at a restaurant. It’s the combined time that I spend working on my goals that start building up the momentum of my work.

The more I work on the little things, the more I find myself eager to get home and expand on the things I’ve worked on previously. Try doing it yourself! You could start by doodling on loose paper at first if you want to be an artist or try to figure out the chords in the song playing at the background of your head if you aspire to be a musician.

There are a million ways to work on the things you love without making them seem too time-consuming. Enjoy finding ways to find out how to maximize the little moments in your day!

An Accomplished Life


An Accomplished Life

“Hi, Tom, how are you?”

“I’m well, Jane, just swamped.”

“Oh, I’m glad to hear you’re keeping busy then,”

“Yes, I’m flat out at the moment.”

The above interaction is one that takes place between people on a daily.

But what is behind the busyness?

Is it a way to deflect attention from what matters?

People brag about their busy lives to highlight themselves living an accomplished life to their peers.

Similarly, they may wish to communicate how meaningful their work is and, so it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Being occupied implies oneself is consumed with matters of significance. That is why people state their busyness, to have you know they are essential.

Busy people struggle to keep their attention in the present moment because their focus lies in future events and planning for the next project.

“We become active and busy, but this doesn’t move us any closer to success. Activity is often unrelated to productivity, and busyness rarely takes care of business,” states authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan in, The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results.

I question those who have a hectic schedule as a method to divert their attention from connecting with their core self.

The title quote by the Greek philosopher Socrates invites you to be wary of a busy life which can be barren.

The busy person is disconnected from others, simply because their attention is to focus on their commitments. There is the impression of a purposeless life, masked behind the facade of a frantic lifestyle.

Busyness can be reframed to imply your pursuits are purposeful instead of busy.

Gary Keller and Jay Papasan affirm, “Don’t focus on being busy; focus on being productive. Allow what matters most to drive your day.”

Busy or Just Unproductive?

You can be busy but not productive and still chase your tail.

Beneath the busyness lies the unconscious desire to get rewarded for hard work.

People believe being preoccupied is impressive and associated with status. You must be pursuing something prestigious. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be busy.

In an episode of the Seinfeld sitcom where the character George Costanza, played by Jason Alexander, walks around the office looking annoyed he realizes that being busy is associated with stress and works hard to uphold this facade.

He appears irritated, causing his supervisor; Mr. Wilhelm to fear George is cracking under the pressure of his work.

While this scenario is fictional, it shows how people unconsciously use busyness to draw attention to themselves.

Similarly, you may believe multitasking is indicative of productivity. Busyness implies being on top of things, which is often the furthest thing from the truth.

“Productivity isn’t about being a workhorse, keeping busy or burning the midnight oil… It’s more about priorities, planning, and fiercely protecting your time,” affirms associate editor at Psych Central, Margarita Tartakovsky.

The busy pandemic comes at a cost to people’s well-being and happiness. You may find it difficult to disconnect from work to spend time with family. These are the pursuits that rejuvenate you instead of depleting you.

Busyness can be a sign of procrastination. It is a smoke screen to cover up being overwhelmed and in need of help to prioritize your life.

Consequently, those in the creative field will tell you they are absorbed in their interests and not busy with work.

It was the late Stephen R Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People who said, “It is possible to be busy-very busy-without being very effective.”

The Demands of a Hectic Schedule

It is vital that you set clear boundaries if you wish to be satisfied. Busy people find it difficult to say no since they do not desire to offend others or perceived as incapable.

I’m yet to meet a busy person satisfied with their hectic schedule. I’m sure they would trade their hectic life for less work, more time and, money.

Occasionally, you might be pulled by circumstances not, of your choosing. The business may unexpectedly increase if you’re self-employed as you try to meet the pressures of growing sales. But that doesn’t mean you are happy if all you are doing is working to provide for the demands of other people.

You have a choice of how you spend your time. To claim you are busy is failing to prioritize your time wisely.

“Everybody’s busy. Everyone does the actions. But were they the right actions? Were those actions productive? Did you take a step forward? These are questions that most people never take the time to think about,” reminds us author Jeff Olson in, The Slight Edge.

After all, what is the purpose of being busy and stressed to the point of exhaustion that your health and relationships suffer, to improve your bottom line?

Surely, there’s a more efficient way to work in the 21 century while enjoying more leisure time?

Busy people are prone to be overwhelmed if they continue to drive themselves hard. It is not healthy to run yourself into the ground and expect to stop at the drop of a hat.

Something must give. That may be as excessive drinking to help you wind down or toxic behaviors such as compulsive eating, gambling, or, whatever distracts you from what is critical.

We all have the same hours in the day and how you spend it is entirely up to you. Many people squander their time running around believing, they are productive when they are merely busy due to their lack of organization and prioritization.

“We are so busy being enticed by the next endeavor that we forget to savor what is already there and could be deeply meaningful. It is useful to remember the adage “The more things change, the more they remain the same” avows author Bernard Roth in, The Achievement Habit: Stop Wishing, Start Doing, and Take Command of Your Life.

A better way to reframe busyness is to state you are productive or engaged in what you are doing. Conversely, communicating you have taken on more than you can handle, is a step towards reclaiming your lost time.

This action is not a cry for help, but exposing your vulnerability to those willing to help you better manage your time.

Find ways to be less busy and more engaged, so you are in Flow, as the Hungarian psychology Professor, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi espouses.

Busyness is not indicative of a rewarding life if all you are doing is jumping from one task to the next.

Those who manage their time successfully hold on to it like it was their last breath; they prioritize what is significant, and so should you.

I invite you to think with the end in mind as Stephen R. Covey conveys in his teachings.

Only then will you appreciate what matters and worth devoting your time and energy to.

Tuning Into Light


Bless others in your gaze by an engaging stare; You don’t need to identify the reason(s) that bring you bliss, joy, or happiness. Sometimes your life unfolds through well-deserved, synchronized occurrences, through planned actions receiving positive outcomes, your authenticity is what distinguishes you from others, it can be overwhelming, at times, and make you want to cry. Tears of unrealized dreams, only you know the reason for your fears; even when others don’t. YOU CAN HOLD YOUR HEARTFELT REACTIONS NEAR OR DEAR TO YOURSELF; BRING BLISSFUL FEELINGS BACK TO YOURSELF, ALWAYS LIVE IN BLISS; BLESS THE BLISSFUL EVENTS, IT WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU; DO FOR OTHERS WHAT YOUR BLISSFUL BLESSINGS DO FOR YOU! ENJOY YOUR Joyful days, joy brings strength, and it can even lengthen the days that you feel thankful, powerful and rewarded by your choice to choose to remain calm, authentic and true to your nature of living, creating or thinking, be blissful, don’t despise your own life situation, things could always be worse.

BELIEVE IN WHAT IGNITES THE FIRE IN YOU; leading YOU to your authentic, internal flame that grew and grew, exasperating your buoyancy and fulfillment in your current reality. Gain animated authenticity, colored by what entices your genius potential; be secure in the knowledge that you have already accomplished many of your life goals. When we sleep, we dream. And create other forms of reality, dreams, from youth, have already been realized. As time propels forward, so do our thoughts let them come across in this dimension like you have already accomplished before by being authentic, original and by living your life, be true to your talent, education or skill.

As we dream, we go freely to ANOTHER dimension of EXPANDED UNDERSTANDING, WITHOUT EXCUSES, AVOIDANCE OF COMPLICATED CONCERNS, AND DEVOID OF OUR EGO. CHANGE OR AMEND your focus, concentrate on OMITTING ANOTHER’S FALLACIES- FILLED WITH LIES, GOSSIP OR JEALOUS RANTS, THESE ISSUES ARE THEIRS, NOT OURS, AND SIMPLY UNTRUE. How better can I explain this to you? Please comprehend, I intent is to enlighten my fellow man or woman.

Make things clear and uncomplicated, introduce enjoyment in your actions; however, you judge them, big, small, or insignificant. Give your best effort in everything that you do. Know that we are all inter-connected; Like tiny grains of sand, when put together make cement. All are the dots of life-giving cells, thoughts assimilating in your life; connecting you to the matrix of the bigger picture, and the very reason for our existence.

Soon you will be finely attuned to the impressive perception of life made simple; becoming a better antenna receptor for the gestation and electricity of your conspicuous, contemporaneous gestures, in ample and endless abundance, and extreme measure. Treasure your existence on earth! It can bring you great accomplishment, pain, or pleasure in a balanced effort. Brought about by doing simple things, that you allow yourself to do, uplift yourself, generate wealth; press your thoughts or buttons; cause yourself to smile, to seize with ease, the next given opportunity; seek over and over again and have fun while learning or enduring the process. You’ll be blissful and excited when you start painting, writing, dancing or, singing just like you had before when your life was more balanced and less complicated than how you choose to live now.

Live in bliss and happiness, perform one adventure after another, once the last event is over; move to the next adventure; venture into untraveled territory seeking new ways to rebuild, relearn a new craft, reinvent your talent, art, or skill.


I enjoy learning from you and others, offering me knowledge continuously!

Don’t Worry – Be Happy

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Success brings about happiness and fulfillment. However, this does not mean that you should wait until you have achieved everything you want to in life to be happy. Your attitude towards life is what determines how complete and glad you feel even as you continue to fight your way into success and prosperity. Starting with small changes and improvements today can make your experience much better and much more enjoyable. So what exactly should you start doing to make your life better?

1. Start appreciating what you already have. It is human to always concentrate on things you want and things you have not yet achieved, but the truth is if you start being grateful for what you have already, you will be a happier person with a positive attitude to life. It saves you from worrying and keeps you focused besides changing your perspective. Make a list of things you already have and are grateful for and go through it once you start feeling down.

2. Plan for your day beforehand. A list of to-do things is commonly overlooked, yet it is one of the most workable in making your daily living better. When you plan your next workday the night before, you will wake up ready and excited to get the things you have on your list done. The planning will help you minimize wasting time and achieving very little by the end of the day. Know what tomorrow is all about before you sleep.

3. Keep off the negative thinking. The truth is, sometimes it is inevitable to stop thinking about the possible negatives in different areas of life. This, however, is something that can drag you down, and you should make a point of keeping off all the negative thinking. Negativity can leave you feeling hopeless and helpless, and this can reduce the quality of life. Watch out for negative thinking and negative minded people to improve.

4. Drop all resentments. It is most likely that you have resentment towards peers, colleagues, or even family members for one thing or another. The truth is that they take up too much of your mental space, and they make it harder for you to function. Decide to let them go away and forget. Forgive and forget, and you will have a much lighter load to deal with in life.

5. Understand the person you are and honor yourself. No one can love you the same; you can love you. When you know who you are, you will appreciate yourself and keep up with your values. Do not fake to be someone you are not, but instead strive to be a better person every day. When you know your strengths and your weaknesses, making improvements becomes truly easy.

6. Be ready to learn. It is not always that things will work out as you expect them to and even during such times, you must find a way of learning and move on. Do not allow yourself to get stuck in one disappointment, but rather take it as a lesson, learn something and take a different approach to achieve what you want.

Stay Well


I met Valerie at the Charlotte Airport.

She welcomed me to the “Happy Zone” when I walked into a store to get a bottle of water.

I found my drink and went to the register where Valerie waited. She said, “Welcome to the Happy Zone” again, and rang up my purchase with a huge smile on her face.

I smiled back and commented that she was clearly in a great mood. Her response was simple and direct. She told me it wouldn’t be the Happy Zone if she wasn’t happy.

I was in a fine mood when I walked in. When I walked out, I had a broad smile on my face. I was truly happy.

Valerie’s mood was contagious in the moment, and here I am writing about her after-the-fact and smiling at the memory. You can bet that, if I find myself in Terminal E in the Charlotte airport again, I’ll stop in at the Happy Zone to see if Valerie is there.

We went to a nice restaurant to celebrate my mother-in-law’s birthday. Our waiter was great. He came over with a big smile. He wished Jo a happy birthday, took our drink orders and told us about the specials. One of the appetizers interested me and I asked him about it. He started to respond but before he could finish his sentence I said, “Never mind. You don’t think it is good. I don’t want it.” Even though he was saying all the right words I could tell he did not think it was good. What he believed rubbed off on me. I trusted him.

Your opinions and moods are contagious and your clients and prospects are immediately influenced by them.

If you’re happy, your client will sense it, and their mood will lighten.

If you believe in something your client is doing, they will believe in themselves.

Your mood has the power to influence everyone around you. I’m sure that you’ve walked into rooms where everyone seems to be dragging and before you know it, you’re dragging too. And I’m also sure that you’ve walked into situations where the exact opposite was true. Everyone felt excited, energized, happy, and ready to take on something huge, and before you knew what was happening, you were right there with them.

Your mood can help a prospect decide to work with you. Your mood can help a client go beyond what they believe to be possible.

Being an entrepreneur is hard and being in a good mood and feeling positive all the time is tough. Here are my favorite ways to turn my mood around so that I can help others turn their mood around.

Step outside. There is nothing like fresh air to relax you. Look at the trees. Look at the sky. Take in nature for just a few minutes.

Change your view. Are you cooped up in your office all day? Change rooms, go to a coffee shop, or head to the library.

Stand up and stretch. Exercise is so important. It doesn’t have to be much, just move your body and shake up the energy.

Stay well fed and watered. Are you the type of person who gets so wrapped up in what you’re doing that you forget to eat? Keep snacks and a bottle of water at your desk. Are you the type of person who snacks mindlessly? Make sure you have snacks nearby that support you. Bottom line, eat well and keep hydrated.

Take one action on something that has been hanging over you. A little success can turn everything around. Where can you get a little traction? What is one step that you can do that will move the big project forward just a little bit?

Reach out to someone you know is smiling. Talk with a friend, colleague or mentor who believes in you and can help you get back on track.

Smile even if you’re not feeling it. Our brains are not that smart. If we engage the muscles that make us smile, our brains believe we are happy and we become happy.

What are your favorite ways of turning your mood around?

Introversion – Playing Well With Others


The topic of introversion has now entered the mainstream. How can I tell? This topic, which I have championed for so many years (full disclosure: I am an introvert), has now appeared in one of my favorite comic strips, and I honestly don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

In the Dilbert strip of July 23, an introvert appears and utters all of the stereotypes about introverts being despairing, lonely, and avoidant of conversation. Introversion has become part of the workplace diversity conversation, and that’s a good thing. Picking up on that trend, Dilbert, which satirizes workplace behavior, has now made this contribution, and I know it’s satire; nevertheless, I seem to have lost my sense of humor.

You see, I also know that introverts, no matter how skilled or intelligent, tend to be the last-hired. I know, from studies such as that done by Ones and Dilchert (Industrial & Organizational Psych, 2009), that introverts constitute only 12% of supervisors, and that percentage decreases as you go up the managerial levels, dwindling to a scant 2% at the very top. At the same time, the presence of extreme extroverts rises to 60% at the top.

Is this natural? Well, no, actually introverts can make exceptional leaders, especially for groups of people who have good ideas. The introvert leader will allow others speaking time, listen carefully, and be willing to integrate other people’s insight into the overall scheme. How do we know this? Besides assertions by people such as Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, a study of companies and the leaders who went from being merely good to excellent, research studies such as the one reported by Adam Grant et al. affirms this.

The problem? Well, the title of that research article for one thing. “Leadership Tip: Hire the Quiet Neurotic, Not the Impressive Extrovert” (Forbes Magazine, 2013). Neurotic? The opposite of extrovert is neurotic?

Bendersky & Shah (Acad. Mgmt. J. 2013) reassure us that introverts not only make good team members but that eventually their excellent contributions are recognized over the chatter of more outspoken but sometimes less thoughtful people. I’m glad to hear this; my only objection is their title: “The Downfall of Extroverts and the Rise of Neurotics.”

Corporations are just now beginning to recognize introversion, because of neurological difference, as being an appropriate and even necessary topic for inclusion in their diversity programs.

So I wonder if you could replace introverts in that comic strip with another group that is marginalized in our society and just on the edge of being understood and valued. Would it work and still be funny? I don’t know. I would welcome your reactions.

I wish that our group, introverts, hadn’t leaped from being marginalized as “peculiar” to the mainstream with no stops in between.

Get Your Hi-Jacked Heart Back


When a man got the “Dear John” treatment from his girlfriend recently, his Fitbit tracked his heartbreak, a dramatic and 21st-century snapshot of what happens to your heart when your emotional heart gets trashed.

Indeed, not only do your emotions suffer when you get bad news, or are for whatever reason distressed, angry, fearful-your heart, your cardiovascular system, feels the hurt. Something scientists have proven repeatedly, study after study.

But here’s the thing: when your heart gets hijacked by something wrong happening-usually unexpected, you can get it back into a healthier place, and in the process, soothe yourself into a better place.

Why does this matter? Because over time, letting negative feelings yank your heart rate around damages your cardiovascular system. It’s not good for your physical well-being for your heart to perform in “fight or flight” mode, which is what it does when you get angry, upset, or frightened for a long time. In a sense, it wears your heart down, which impacts all sorts of other bodily functions, as well as your potential longevity.

Not to mention the toll it’s taking on your everyday happiness quotient.

Get your heart back! All it takes is a dose of appreciation. I know, that sounds like so much hooey! And indeed, I don’t appreciate the heartbreak. Puh-leeze.

Appreciate that you have friends or family you can talk to, people in your life who value and love you, and who are there to support you through whatever that you have a cat/dog/iguana/canary, who loves you regardless of what your Heartbreaking Other thinks of you. That there are “broken hearts” resources all over the web, in addition to counselors, pastors and others who can be robust supports.

Appreciate whatever it is that you can learn from this experience. There’s always something to learn. Whether it’s to set better boundaries, get better at asking for what you want and need, becoming a better listener; there’s always “better.”

And what about the little things? The daily hassles such as the driver who cut you off. The fifteen times you had to drive around the parking lot to find a space. The alarm that failed to go off and made you late for that oh-so-important appointment. Your boss is passing you over for that promotion you know you deserve. The 1000th time you had that same argument with your mother/spouse/child. Need I go on?

Your irritation, frustration, and annoyance won’t hijack your heart like the big things, but the little things wear on you too. Recent research shows that the more you react negatively to everyday stuff, the more likely you are to have a psychological disorder a decade later. Yikes! And with that, there’s increased potential for your physical well-being to be impacted as well.

Be good to yourself. Work on appreciating whatever you can in the situation: the driver cut you off, but all is well, no accident. You had to park far: walking is good for you. The alarm failed: appreciate that you can re-schedule the appointment, and can get a new alert, so that doesn’t happen again. You didn’t get the promotion: appreciate the opportunity to learn why and can take measures accordingly. That argument? Appreciate that you can learn new communication skills and resolve your dispute once and for all.

Yes, it takes some effort, and I agree, the pity-party can be oh-so-satisfying. But in the long run, learning to appreciate, release, and let go as soon as you can, will benefit both your physical and emotional heart.

Stress Reaching Epic Levels in Today’s Society


Why does modern society defined by ever-rising levels of stress?

Back in the sixties and seventies, people dreamt of a time when they could kick back and relax more because modern technology was finally there to help with tiresome tasks like cleaning the house. People dreamed of beautiful inventions that made life more comfortable and fundamentally, happier.

Fast forward to the era of the eBay, iPhones and TV sets that could connect to the Internet in a heartbeat.

The present generation has experienced more advanced technology than all of the previous decades combined. Thanks to globalized trade and technological innovations, we can now enjoy the Internet 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Any ordinary laptop or PC assembled around the year 2012 would be at least 1,000,000 times more efficient at calculations than the computer that launched the Apollo rocket to the moon.

We are living the dream.

So the big question now is: why are we still stressed? Or more importantly: why are we even more stressed than our predecessors?

Sociologists, psychologists, and even modern-day economists have all tried to determine at which juncture our era has become entirely and almost inextricably associated with stress.

The studies that tackle the “stress puzzle” are involved in their entirety. However, I have taken the liberty of summarizing the most important findings for everyone’s benefit.

The Roots of Stress

Less Leisure Time – Many people often associate stress with having to deal with childcare and taking care of the household.

However, if we were to compare the amount of time that people spend taking care of their homes and families now, with the amount of time spent doing the same things back in the 1910s, we would arrive at the same average number of hours per week: 52 hours.

The reason for this is that we are now spending more time on additional activities such as grocery shopping and people don’t usually find these activities leisurely.

So even if we have plenty of modern appliances to lessen the time needed to complete different tasks, the time that we could spend on leisure is now being consumed by additional, unavoidable activities and chores.

Stressors Abound – In an ideal world, a person who continually feels stressed at work would be able to unwind and de-stress when he/she comes home.

I’m sure people have managed to accomplish this feat, and I am also confident that they are happy that they “cracked the code.”

However, for 60% of adult Americans, the scenario isn’t as bright and stress-free. The present reality is that more than 50% of all adults in America experience the same level of stress at home and work. That means that an ordinary working adult no longer encounters a reprieve from stress because both environments are deemed stressful.

Harmful Societal Standards – It is no secret that modern society is still ruled by double standards, especially in the workplace.

Despite significant breakthroughs in the field of gender equality, many people still subscribe to the idea that a woman who is too independent and forward-thinking is undesirable.

On the flipside, a man who doesn’t show the same set of skills is also considered a failure in terms of his professional character.

These double standards are toxic in the workplace because it encourages aggressive competition in males but fails to reward females who show drive and initiative. The workplace becomes an extremely frustrating and stressful place for both males and females.

Chronic Overwork – More than 25% of all adult working Americans complain of not having enough time in a day to finish everything they have to do.
To compensate for the scarcity of time, many adults resort to overworking, which usually leads to a “burnout” phase. It can be challenging to recover from burnout if nothing is actively done to reduce a person’s stress levels at home and work.

Fragmentation – The present divorce rate in the United States is a staggering 50%. Which, means that a significant percentage of the entire American population is made up of single-parent families with only one primary earner.

This reality is forcing many single parents (mostly females) to work twice or thrice as hard, to keep up with the daily expenses of their families.

This situation is extremely stressful because leisure time is almost nonexistent and all other free time from work is diverted to taking care of the children and household.

Reducing Stress


The stressful modern-day lifestyle is robbing individuals of healthy habits, which is otherwise essential traits of leading a proper life. Thus it is the stressful lifestyle that is compelling people to take up ill-habits such as smoking, nail-biting, gaining weight in excess, low self-confidence, becoming the victim of various phobias, etc.

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The hypnotic treatment has what has come up as the treatment option for treating such an unhealthy means of lifestyle. The therapy has already spread across the world. In most of the overpopulated nations, most of the people have the habit of excessive smoking as they undergo a lifestyle that is full of stress and tension. Hypnotherapy works like magic for people who want to reduce smoking to a higher level.

This option is turning out as one of the forms of Hypnotherapy for most victims. With the medical profession giving recognition to the procedure, it has become more of evidence that psychological state is directly responsible for the physical being. Hypnosis as a practice has seen the first daylight back in the 1950s under the guidance of famous hypnotists. Since then the practice has undergone evolution and alterations, posing as the treatment option for any ailment.


The treatment procedure to begin requires the patient to visit the clinic or the center where such a treatment option exists. A fact, a single seating measure suffices as enough as a treatment option. A seating duration for a patient may last from an hour to an hour and a half. On the request of the patient, such a session is also very much possible at the home of the patient.

One seating session creates enough impact for quite a duration of time. The effect of the meeting starts immediately. A telephonic conversation is also on offer to address and listen to any specific form of queries. An appointment ensures according to the requirements. Several hypnotherapy clinics give the best services to the clients. Even the stage shows and corporate hypnosis events bring a significant change in the mind of the people.


As a branch of modern science, any medical professional or even individuals wanting to learn hypnotherapy as an alternative to reduce smoking in the number of clinics that provide the treatment. The courses ensure it covers quite a broad spectrum on the subject. The learning very much provides a basic introduction on which further practice may begin by the professional or individual.

Hypnosis as a Lifestyle Remedy


The stressful modern-day lifestyle is robbing individuals of healthy habits, which is otherwise essential traits of leading a proper life. Thus it is the stressful lifestyle that is compelling people to take up ill-habits such as smoking, nail-biting, gaining weight in excess, low self-confidence, becoming the victim of various phobias, etc.

World Wide Locations:

The hypnotic treatment has what has come up as the treatment option for treating such an unhealthy means of lifestyle. The therapy has already spread across the world. In most of the overpopulated nations, most of the people have the habit of excessive smoking as they undergo a lifestyle that is full of stress and tension. Hypnotherapy works like magic for people who want to reduce smoking to a higher level.

This option is turning out as one of the forms of Hypnotherapy for most victims. With the medical profession giving recognition to the procedure, it has become more of evidence that psychological state is directly responsible for the physical being. Hypnosis as a practice has seen the first daylight back in the 1950s under the guidance of famous hypnotists. Since then the practice has undergone evolution and alterations, posing as the treatment option for any ailment.


The treatment procedure to begin requires the patient to visit the clinic or the center where such a treatment option exists. A fact, a single seating measure suffices as enough as a treatment option. A seating duration for a patient may last from an hour to an hour and a half. On the request of the patient, such a session is also very much possible at the home of the patient.

One seating session creates enough impact for quite a duration of time. The effect of the meeting starts immediately. A telephonic conversation is also on offer to address and listen to any specific form of queries. An appointment ensures according to the requirements. Several hypnotherapy clinics give the best services to the clients. Even the stage shows and corporate hypnosis events bring a significant change in the mind of the people.


As a branch of modern science, any medical professional or even individuals wanting to learn hypnotherapy as an alternative to reduce smoking in the number of clinics that provide the treatment. The courses ensure it covers quite a broad spectrum on the subject. The learning very much provides a basic introduction on which further practice may begin by the professional or individual.

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