Business & Economics Podcasts
Welcome to “Rewired-Inspired” I am your host Elena Petrescu
Business experts use secret strategies for wealth and success. Every other Wednesday, join Elena Petrescu, long-time accountant, hypnotherapist and body language expert, as she reveals how they rewire-inspire their minds for higher profits, productivity and long-lasting results. If you want more money, achievement and impact, this podcast is for you.
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Welcome to “Rewired-Inspired” I am your host Elena Petrescu Business experts use secret strategies for wealth and success. Every other Wednesday, join Elena Petrescu, long-time accountant, hypnotherapist and body language expert, as she reveals how they rewire-inspire their minds for higher profits, productivity and long-lasting results. If you want more money, achievement and impact, this podcast is for you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Creating Different Neural Pathways To Change Our Lives with Dr. William Horton
After alcohol ruined his military career and, some years later, his acting career, Dr. Horton tried a 12 steps program through the Veterans Administration that worked for a while. Eventually, he would go back to his addiction; he couldn't figure out what was wrong. One day, Dr. Horton stumbled across someone who introduced him to NLP and hypnosis, and from there, everything made sense for him. Dr. William Horton is considered the world's Leading NLP & Hypnosis Trainer. He is also a...
Numbers Don't Lie with Judy Onorato
Sometimes, wanting to do or become something is not aligned with who we truly are. This doesn't mean we'll never achieve that; it means it will be harder to do so. For instance, for someone with compelling creative energy, becoming an accountant will feel extremely hard. Our guest, Judy Onorato, can help us determine what direction we should point at. By sharing with her something as simple as our birth date, she can give us in less than 15 minutes a graphic description of where we are stuck...
Quieting The Monkey Chatter And Listening To Our Intuition's Whisper with Dame Lillian Walker
Since we are little kids, we are taught to ignore our intuition. Parents do that all the time, unknowingly, of course. Every time parents force their kids to sleep when they are not tired or eat, even when they aren't hungry, they are actually teaching those kids to ignore what their body tells them. That creates a disconnection between mind and body; it decreases our intuition's voice volume. In addition, the social construct sees intuition and gut feelings as the exact opposite of what is...
Hitting the High Notes of Healing with Roxanne Christian
Although the first degree program in music therapy in America was developed by Michigan State University in 1944, music was already being used for healing purposes in the late 1700s, more than 200 years ago. It has been proven that music therapy reduces anxiety and the physical effects of stress. It improves healing, helps manage Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, reduce depression and the symptoms of psychological disorders, and improves self-expression and communication. Joining us...
Question Everything and Trust Your Instincts with Anmarie Uber
Since she was a kid, Anmarie Uber felt she needed answers. Thanks to religion, she knew that we could either go to hell or heaven after we die, but that wasn't enough; she had this urge to know where she was coming from and where she was going. When she was eight, she would go by herself to the mall to learn about astrology. Fast forward some years, she got in touch with tarot, Chaldean numerology, mediumship, and slowly but surely, she found answers that made sense to her about the meaning...
Using the Power of Nonverbal Communication To Convert More Clients
When we communicate, words aren't the most important part of our message; they are actually the least influential part of what we say. Humans give and receive unconscious statements that express much more than the words spoken, such as facial expressions, gestures, tone of voice, touch, or eye contact, to name a few. Today, we explore the role of body language in communication, and we learn to use the ability to read unconscious expressions of emotions to convert more clients. We go through...
How To Identify, Starve, and Eliminate Limiting Beliefs and Feed Positivity
During our childhood, when our minds are not fully developed, we can't distinguish between right and wrong, so we accept everything people say to us as truth. For instance, negative remarks will solidify as core beliefs in a child's mind, and they will get in the way of that child's normal development, goal achieving, and personal growth. In this episode, the last of 2021, we talk about our beliefs. We explore and understand how limiting beliefs grow in our minds; we learn to identify them,...
A Painless, Drugless, and Holistic Approach to Health with Dr. Hilda Maldonado
Identifying symptoms and then matching a diagnosis with prescription medication is how conventional medicine works. In most cases, that kind of approach gives patients their health back. However, treating a symptom without investigating a bit further about its root cause might create even more health issues for a couple of reasons. For instance, as the body is very good at protecting itself, inflammation could respond to a more significant threat. Treating that inflammation ignoring why...
Don Spencer. The World's Fastest Hypnotist
The first experience with hypnotism didn't make much sense for Don Spencer; he was playing with a girlfriend who used to be hypnotized by her father, and what he experienced didn't impress him at all. Several years later, in his third year of undergraduate Psychology, Don attended a public demonstration when it hit him: psychology studies human behavior; hypnotherapy is about altering, changing, and amending behavior. From that day, never stopped researching and learning about hypnosis and...
Why Is It So Hard to Change? A Closer Look at Our Thoughts and Habits
All of us have something we would like to change in our lives; it can be a change of habits like quitting smoking or a massive change in our careers and becoming successful or wealthy. The bad news is there is no magic pill or spells to change overnight; the good news is that any change is achievable if we are willing to do the work. It might not look like it, but that is a big if. Today, we talk about change and why it is so hard to achieve; we explore the essence of transformation and...
Learning About the Best-kept Secret in PR with Tom Martin
If we were interested in exploring storytelling origins, we would probably have to travel back in time enough to find ourselves among cavemen. Telling stories is a fundamental part of being human; it helps us understand each other, it helps us understand information and make it memorable. And it goes beyond that; storytelling is essential to understand other people's experiences, generating an emotional connection. My first guest to the show, Tom Martin, certainly mastered the art of...
A Life of Pressing the Gas and the Break at the Same Time
Being in the moment is thinking and feeling the same thing simultaneously. This is a statement that sounds both simple and extremely hard to achieve at the same time. However, it is possible to train our minds and bodies to work together to the point we no longer have to think about it; we can learn to create patterns in our mind through repetition and frequency. Today, we start our journey towards evolution, replacing unproductive habits with productive ones, changing unwanted behavior,...
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