How to find and realise your life purpose

Written by Dr. Ulla Sebastian

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For example, if you desire money, ask yourself what you would like to do with it? Is it security or recognition that you hope money will give you? If so, then security or recognition would berepparttar result. You may receive that even withoutrepparttar 135552 money.

If you haverepparttar 135553 clear picture of a desired result, summarise it in a few key words and form a picture in your mind that represents it. This process is called visualisation. It engages your left and right brain, your conscious and unconscious self, and unites its combined forces behind a common goal.

Some people are great in designing beautiful life purposes and plans, but if it comes down to bring them into reality, they never get done. You may know this phenomenon from allrepparttar 135554 great New Year resolutions that never come true.

Do you haverepparttar 135555 will power, persistence or desire to manifest your life purpose? Are you just lackingrepparttar 135556 information or experience how to realise it?

On my website, I offer books, free articles and a free course with instructions of how to find your life purpose, set goals and takerepparttar 135557 necessary steps.

If you feel you don't work well just on your own, I offer distance courses on Selfgrowth, money, love, health, other areas or life in general. You can find and set goals for those areas that are relevant for you and manifest them in your life.

Dr. Ulla Sebastian is a well-known author, trainer and psychotherapist. Her work spans a wide range of themes for professional and personal growth based on the above principles. Her work is the result of forty years of research, work with thousands of people from all over the world and a lifelong experience of selfgrowth and transformation. Visit her website for free courses, distance courses, books, ebooks and articles.

Managing Monsters in Meetings - Part 2, Multiple Conversations

Written by Steve Kaye

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A speaking prop is an object that entitlesrepparttar holder to speak. Whenrepparttar 135551 person finishes speaking,repparttar 135552 prop is passed on torepparttar 135553 next person who wants to speak. Possible props include a gavel, paper cup, or toy. If you are working on a controversial issue, select a soft object, such as a teddy bear or foam ball. It reduces stress and potential injury (if thrown).

Introducerepparttar 135554 new process by saying:

"We seem to have a lot of enthusiasm for this issue. So, let's decide that onlyrepparttar 135555 person holdingrepparttar 135556 gavel (cup, teddy bear, foam ball) may speak. Is that okay?"

Notice this statement begins with a complimentary acknowledgment ofrepparttar 135557 situation (multiple conversations) followed by a suggestion and ends with a request for cooperation.

Use these techniques to regain control of your meeting.

This isrepparttar 135558 second of a seven part article on Managing Monsters in Meetings.

IAF Certified Professional Facilitator and author Steve Kaye works with leaders who want to hold effective meeting. His innovative workshops have informed and inspired people nationwide. His facilitation produces results that people will support. Sign up for his free newsletter at Call 714-528-1300 or visit his web site for over 100 pages of valuable ideas.

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