Monthly Archives: March 2010

Serving vs Manipulating

There are tons of books out there about how to sell products and services to people, and a lot of those books talk about using manipulative techniques to do it. Often they will devote a few paragraphs to a defence … Continue reading

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How to meditate

When people are confronted with the prospect of meditating, they think of all the work that goes into not thinking. It’s easy to think; it’s hard to stop thinking. Honestly, I don’t think it’s possible to stop thinking. Maybe when … Continue reading

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Showing Up

About six years ago now, I was in a Gilbert & Sullivan musical called The Mikado. No lead role or anything – just the men’s chorus. It was a lot of work. And I was depressed most of the time … Continue reading

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Actual Relationships with Customers

There has been a movement over the past few decades, away from personal interaction with customers, towards automated responses, centralized call centres and the cost reduction that goes along with that. Big companies, finding it hard to attract new clients, … Continue reading

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Welcome to Planet Earth

The other night, I went to bed pondering the question of who I need to focus on serving in my spiritual advising and healing work. I know, “everyone” needs spiritual healing and clarity on some level (whether they know it … Continue reading

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