All posts tagged: Relationships

Jillian Maas Backman, Change Already Radio,Beyond the Pews

Change Already with Jillian! It’s Check-up Time for 2013!

Change Already! Your Future, Your Choice Jillian, Warm and Fuzzy with an Attitude! Listen in live, or listen at your convenience through the archive of the show.   Jillian will walk you through the maze to an enlightened and engaging future of change! Tune in Thursdays at 1pm ET, 12pm CT Listen LIVE: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jillianmaasbackman NEW! Watch Jillian each week on Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury broadcast on WFXB FOXTV from Myrtle Beach, SC In November 2012 Jillian wrote her annual post about reflecting on the previous year (2012) and looking forward and what to expect for the coming year (2013).  Predicting 2013 to be the “year of relationships,” Jillian tells us, “The energy for 2013 will afford each one of us the opportunity to see every relationship before you in a true light, the games people play and the way you interact with it. In this year many will come and go. The ones that survive the cut will afford the opportunity to delve deeper into a spiritual connection than ever before.”  Read complete …

“Thank You” Grows Your Business

Respectfully reprinted from: Kelley Robertson Is it just me or does the word thank-you seem to be in danger of becoming extinct and going the way of the dodo bird? In recent months I have received numerous email requests from people asking for suggestions about how to deal with a particular sales problem they are facing. I am more than willing to help; however, I am stunned that very few take the time to acknowledge the feedback. Perhaps the advice isn’t relevant or maybe they expected more. I don’t know. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not expecting people to scream “Thank-you! Thank-you! Thank-you!” Okay…maybe I am…just a little  Anyway, I have noticed that this type of behaviour (Canadian spelling) is becoming more frequent. Employees rarely, if ever, thank customers and instead expect to be thanked for processing their order. Sales people don’t thank their prospects for their time or customers for their business. Companies seldom thank long-term customers for their continued support. Here are a few easy-to-overlook situations when a thank-you is appropriate. A colleague …

Sandra L. Brown, M.A. Training the US Army on March 30

With her years of experience and education in the area of Pathology, Sandra L. Brown, M.A. has been invited by the US Army to hold a day long training session in San Antonio, Texas. Sandra will be addressing the effects of Cluster B disorders and domestic violence on the Army families, and how to better utilize her information when advocates are called to deal with situations arising from the stresses endured within military families. “The truth is, nothing impacts non-pathological people as much as being in a relationship with someone who is pathological. Add to that not understanding how pathology manifests in relationships and the often manipulative behavior of those with pathology and you have partners, families, and children who are devasted almost as much by the lack of information as by the destruction that often happens at the hands of the pathological.” By utilizing her vast knowledge, research  and life experiences with those who are afflicted with the Cluster B disorders, Sandra has developed unique training for those caught up unaware of the situation they …