With all the technology these days, I feel like reading and writing have fallen by the wayside and while I’m not against podcasts at all, I feel that there’s a genuine benefit to reading and writing that goes beyond the surface of personal development.
I have a Kindle and bookshelf full of all different subjects which are so varied. I like spiritual books, business books, law of attraction, antiques, genealogy, angels, and even romance novels! What’s on your Kindle or bookshelf? What are your favorite subjects?
I love to read personal development books and use my intuition to help others. There’s a happy anticipation that comes with helping people to find their Joyful Change in life!
Sometimes it’s a slight change in perspective that can make all the difference in how we view our life experiences. The best part for me is when I can feel that ‘a-ha’ moment come into a client’s mind because the change is palpable! It’s as if the puzzle piece that has been missing is suddenly found and slides in to complete the picture.
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”Dr. Wayne Dyer
It’s really one of my favorite quotes because I find it so powerful! We all have the ability to heal and to see beyond our experiences. Personal development is a great way to spring forward in our life journey. Reading books. Meditating. Journaling. Yoga. Being out in nature. They all help us in different ways.
Many people have found it helpful to just talk through a situation with me. Together we can see beyond what you are seeing in your life because you’re in the midst of the situation. So when you’re ready, reach out and let’s see how we can make a Joyful Change in your life! Isn’t it time?
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That really is a great quote indeed. Perspective is a pretty important thing. It really does change the way you think. Anyway, thanks for this post!
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Thank you Stuart! I think the key to change is perspective. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment! Nice to meet you.
What I lack in intuition I make up for in logic! There are many valid points here.
I try to talk things out as much as possible.
Hi Robert. Thanks for taking the time to comment. I agree…processing by talking it out helps immensely.
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