Do you know the concept of “Yes, and..” from improvisational comedy? In this episode, recorded at a lunchtime networking group in Dallas, Claire shows the crowd (and you) just what it takes to engage people and make conversation and connecting really work. A great example of dynamic speaking and people engagement.
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How intuitive are you? Do you know how to read yourself and others? Today’s episode is a discussion of ho to read the signs of others and of yourself to help you navigate an even more complex world.
Known as The Clairvoyant Coach, Christina Carlin assists and supports clients in identifying and overcoming issues and challenges in their lives while finding clarity.Post Views: 49
Do you own your digital footprint? Can you navigate in a digital world? These are skills we are all going to need in today’s world, both professionally and personally. In this episode, Cindy Baccus covers the key things you need to know to be an effective digital communicator.
Cindy Baccus is considered an expert in the field of social media and digital marketing and currently serves as an Instructor at Collin College. An expert communicator, having graduated from the prestigious John C. Maxwell leadership and speaking program, Cindy can make even the most complex challenge look simple. She has authored several books and has served and headed several boards.Post Views: 49
In this episode, Claire visits with Ellen Lee, an intuitive energy healer, author and improv coach. She and Claire discuss the concepts of energy healing, muscle testing and the six “clairs.”
No, not Claire, clair, as in:
- Clairvoyance – seeing
- Clairaudience – hearing
- Clairsentince – feeling
- Claircognizance – knowing
- Clairgustance – tasting
- Clairolefactance – smelling
Learn about these concepts of clearing your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual issues. Then, in a followup, 5-minute segment, see Ellen in action clearing the seven main energy centers, or chakras. Top off this fun episode with Claire’s Top 10 lessons.Post Views: 155