If you missed the SCWBEC Panel at our October 2019 meeting, here are some of the highlights from how you can Unleash Your Full Potential to Master Business Success.
There are simple lifestyle changes we can make to enhance our productivity and improve the success of our businesses.
Dr. Dawn Siglain is a Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist, and Reiki practitioner in Huntington and New York City who believes in the body’s innate ability to heal itself when treated with nature and compassion. She specializes in autoimmune conditions.
Dr. Dawn discussed the importance of bringing the body back to balance. In other words, get to the root of the problem, rather than treating symptoms. Your body communicates with you. Whether it’s a whisper, talk, or scream, it is sending messages that should not be ignored. Naturally, we listen when our body is screaming, but instead, try listening to the whispers and taking actions to resolve the whisper message in order to avoid screaming problems.
How is this accomplished? Nutrition is key, and lifestyle changes are critical. When it comes to supplement and food choices, only take what you need, and keep in mind that as we age these needs change.
Diane L. MacDonald, M. Ed., is the creator of the EDUCATION ALIVE™ Wellness, emphasizing the growing need for us to explore the many dimensions of our own wellness, empower ourselves with tools for self-awareness, cultivate emotional IQ and foster a mindset of possibility.
Diane’s three keys to positive change are:
- Self-awareness gets us out of our reaction pattern.
- Solution-oriented mindset. Eliminate CAN’T, IMPOSSIBLE, and NO WAY from your vocabulary and thoughts.
- Self-responsibility. Take ownership of events that happen to you and around you.
Eugenia E. Karahalias, LCSW-R is all about WELLNESS…in body, mind and spirit. Her goal is to help individuals get unstuck so that they can push past their blocks to unleash their full potential.
Do you know how to unblock? Eugenia spoke about shifting negative to positive, in fact the first technique in her 30-day positivity challenge is to log three gratitudes daily.
Eugenia believes that for change to occur, we need self-love and self-acceptance. The amygdala, located in the temporal lobe of the brain, keeps us alive. It is responsible for emotions, survival instincts and memory. If you feel unsafe, it affects all of you. While the amygdala is important for safety, we also must learn how to stay positive to reduce unnecessary fear and anxiety in our lives.
There was a great deal of information shared by our panelists. If you have any questions, or would like more information, reach out to Dawn, Diane, or Eugenia.