Are you feeling “off track” in your life? What happens when we discover we are really not on track at all? But what if you lose your confidence and step into the overwhelming place where you don’t feel smart; don’t know how to get back on track; don’t feel like your answer is the correct one and cannot trust your gut to see what it says? Do you know what to do?
According to executive business coach Natalie Manor (pictured right), guest speaker for a three-part series on the emotional freedom techniques – tapping, “We do too know what to do! We tap! If you have followed me at all with my website and blogs, you know how often I have used tapping to get me back to my brilliant and confident self. And I can tell you now, there is probably no one better in this world that can get off course more easily than me. Sliding off in all directions, and many times just because I forgot to tap at the beginning of an indication of a problem, I GENTLY remind myself that all is well, take a deep breath and then find a spot to tap through it.”
During October and November 2012, Natalie Manor, C.E.O., of Natalie Manor & Associates, an executive business coach and international consultant, is guest speaker for a three-part series on the emotional freedom techniques – tapping. EFT is considered to be a major breakthrough in 21st century healing technology. It is a simple and powerful technique whose roots are in the ancient and sophisticated art of acupuncture, but does NOT use needles.
Session 2 of 3
- Get Back On Track with Emotional Freedom Techniques: MONEY
Location: East Tennessee Room
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
EFT is the perfect complement to either alternative or traditional medicine and in no way competes with the treatment modalities of either. While profound, positive changes may occur, you are always directed to consult with your health care practitioner before altering your treatment in any way.
Reservations are strongly suggested for this free seminar. For more information on the Manor Women’s Professional Enrichment Series, contact the Women’s Resource Center at 423-439-5772.