Chronic Pain Solutions

Posted by Daniel Twogood on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog, Health, Pain Management

If you, or anyone you know, suffers with chronic pain, you are not alone. In fact, 47% of all Americans suffer with some form of chronic pain (Huff Post). Conventional medicine is ineffective in eliminating chronic pain, and so is every other alternative treament—this is by definition. We all know what pain is—it’s casued by inflammation, it hurts for a while, then it goes away. Sometimes we need help with an owie–ice, heat, drugs, a

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For many years [over 20] I have studied and researched early childhood sexual abuse and its harrowing trauma.  My studies have taken me to places that have challenged, frightened, angered, and offended me.  I have counseled persons who were victims of incest, spousal rape, both episodic and tenacious long term abuse.  I have counseled persons whose souls were wrapped around a false sense of culpability and blame for their victimization. They can see themselves as

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The Seven Deadly Business Sins

Posted by Sanford Kahn on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog, Sales

We are all sinners – at least in the business sense.  And, it is hard not to be a business sinner today.  In our current pell-mell state of rushing about putting out current “business fires” it would be beyond the capacity of mere mortals not to make one or more of the so-called business sins.  Knowledge of these seven great business sins will not make you perfect, but can allow you to be a better

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And find ways to get the non-contributor to contribute more. What do you do when you have someone dominating in your meetings? Don’t try to “change” the person who dominates the meeting. Their contributions are potentially valuable. Instead, focus your attention on the meeting participants that are contributing less. Below are some suggestions to get folks to contribute more. Pick what works best for you and your situation. Directly asking the relative passive contributor questions

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According to Webster’s Dictionary a visionary among other things is an inspired individual.  This definition resonates with me because as a culture we are in desperate need of such persons. Wouldn’t you agree that the Mars landing was an inspirational event?  It was a stellar visionary enterprise within the milieu of our local stars. I would like, however, to direct your attention to a visionary who is an earth-crust dweller much like ourselves.   Her

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The best way to maximize your time is with one simple question. What is the most important thing I could be doing with my time right now to get me closer to my goals?  This is a powerful question to ask when your schedule opens up or an appointment cancels. This is a great question to ask at the completion of one task and before the start of another. This is a great thought to

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Selling for Gold

Posted by Dion Harding on January 01, 2000
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Category : Blog, Motivation, Sales

It is Sunday, August 12, and it has been two weeks since I have been on the internet for fear of spoiling my Olympic fix for the night.  What I found is that I am not alone.  Of the 2.4 billion people around the world that watched the Olympics, there were several others who did not want to know results and those that did. Either way, the Olympics is the single largest event that unifies

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Why is your dollar worthless?  The answer is because it has no tangible backing.  For over 4000 years of human history the most common backing of currencies was either gold or silver.  The reason why nations for over 40 centuries backed their currencies with gold or silver was that it tied or anchored their currency to the earth.  They could only expand their monetary unit in tandem with the production of gold or silver.  It

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Jiddu  Krisnamurti  (1875-1986), was an Indian writer and speaker of great original power.  I was introduced to his work in a college course on philosophy and religion.  What amazed me then and continues to do so is the manner in which Krishnamurti approached the world and its problems. For instance, he stated the following comment about the world’s seemingly unsolvable problems:  “One can see that ideologies play a tremendous part in the life of man

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Here are 5 ways people behave in organizations that are the surest path to poor results and lack of accomplishment.   These behaviors are prevalent in most workplaces.  Ineffective leadership allows these behaviors to persist which can harm organizations and lead to lethargy, low morale and poor productivity in the workplace. 1. Practice poor and inappropriate communication Holding discussions by email when face to face communication is needed and the failure to call a face to

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