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December 2014

Wellness, general

The 80 to 90 Year Old Story

HAPPY NEW YEAR! To all our faithful reader, fans and followers, may you realize all the blessings and benefits of making all the right choices and actions in 2015. Last week we touched on the alternative life scenario whereby one denies themselves 20 good years of living by failing to avoid all the wrong things and by avoiding to do all the right things. Life is a gift, a special gift God gives us to share love with others, to…

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Wellness, general

The 60 to 70 Year Life Story

Merry Christmas to our readers! Jesus is King, we know it and love Him for it. The 60 to 70 Year Life Story is the one that ends up in an early demise. We have the same genetic potential to live until the oldest member of our ancestry. Merle Barwis was the oldest person in Canada. Last year¬†she celebrated her 113th birthday two days before¬†Christmas. This week she isn’t with us having passed away just a month ago. There are…

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Personal Coaching

Life Coaching – Emotions and Positive Psychology

The root word of ‘Emotion’ comes from e-movere, or to move. A depressed person is predisposed to inaction; a joyful person wants to embrace what is there. Knowing the patterns of our emotions and where they dispose us to go becomes critical for change. We can describe emotions as energy in motion… e-motion. Emotions influence thought, decision making and success in life (particularly organizational life) to a far greater extent than has been previously recognized. If you liked this post,…

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Chiropractic

docMIKE promotes Chiropractic Education

Speaking with Dr. Guy Riekeman, President of Life University – the world’s largest Chiropractic College, docMIKE Tetrault proposed that an educational think tank be formed to assist poorer countries with their desire to have a Chiropractic College of their own. Until this Consortium of experts is convened to take a serious look at the challenges of starting up new schools in poorer countries, we will see much of the random results we see today in new school start-ups. This project…

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