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On Energy and Finding the Right Matches in Love, Work and Business

By Dr. Gaby Cora

You like the guy or you like the girl. You want the job or you want the partnership. You focus on getting it, you work hard on it, and nothing happens. You bring all your energy to get what you want and yet, it feels like you are talking to a wall.

Why is this?

Often times, this is a mismatch in alignment: whenever one person or party brings in plenty of energy and it seems like there is a mismatch on the other side, this is usually true. There is a disconnect in the shared energy, vibration, or interaction.

When everything is aligned, conversations flow, relationships flourish and opportunities grow for all.

How can you become aware of this match—or mismatch—without spending too much of your precious time, energy and dedication?

  1. Self-Check: Take measure of your level of excitement. Is it high? Does it reciprocate? If yes, continue to move ahead and establish an ongoing interaction that should continue to feel good to both parties. If it does not reciprocate, step back and see if there is any attempt made to reach you. It is tough to let go but make sure you are not devoting too much of your energy when there is little effort on the other end. By focusing on this one opportunity, you’ll lose perspective of other opportunities that may also be right in front of you and that may be a better fit.
  2. Learn more about yourself and how you affect others: You can help raise your partner’s energy and your work/business energy with your own if your energy is high, just as much as you can bring everybody’s energy down if your’s is low. Sometimes, when there seems to be apathy, the only way to bring the energy level a notch higher is by creating some movement or flow, which may end up in an argument or discussion. Even if many people hate to argue, arguing generates a higher level of energy than flat energy or mood. The next step is to create ways of finding consensus and focus on growing together.
  3. Match Your Energy: Have you ever wondered why you could never be friends with a bully? If you love people and the best of them, you will not be able to be around people who take pleasure from harming others. If your energy is high, you will only align with similar energy environments and you will not align with people, places or jobs with lower energy vibrations.
  4. How about Rhythms? Have you ever felt that you are ahead of your time? It can be very frustrating to have great ideas that others don’t seem to get or appreciate, only to see those ideas flourish months or years later by others’ initiative! Find your own rhythm and see how you can match it with the outside world: if you go too fast, others won’t get you. If you go too slow, you will be left behind.

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Be Aware of Your Feelings

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

Sometimes, it is easier to delude ourselves into thinking that we must feel a certain way about the tasks we must do every day and the people we interact with: we feel that we should adjust our feelings to match whatever expectation we feel is imposed on us from the outside. However, it is more important to be aware of what your true feelings are and adjust your lifestyle to fit these feelings. Choosing a career that you are passionate about, for example, instead of choosing a career you think you should be passionate about but actually find boring, will be a roadblock to your road to success. Be aware of your feelings and express your best self to yourself and to the world in order to live a healthier, happier life.

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Bring Your Best Self to the World

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

Today’s tip of the week is to bring your best self to the world. Oftentimes people who are on their road to health and wellbeing wish to share their good fortune with the world. With a better self esteem and a strong desire to do well, of course we wish to include our family and friends in our good feelings by bringing our best selves out. However, sometimes we are unable to do this when we surround ourselves with toxic situations, relationships, and opportunities. Make sure that you do not allow yourself to be trapped by toxicity when you are on your road to wellbeing.

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Stop Trying to Please Everybody

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

Part of the difficulty with pleasing everybody is: it is impossible to please everyone. When you are concentrating on your path to wellbeing, it would be easy and distracting to focus on what everyone else is concerned over. Focus on yourself and your path to wellness and wellbeing in order to reach your goals.

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Are You Paralyzed By Fear?

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

When a challenge or unexpected obstacle hits you head on, how do you respond? Do you have a fight or flight reflex? Do you freeze up and become paralyzed by fear? Do you take immediate action to resolve the issue? Also, what are your triggers? This week’s tip is about learning self awareness and how to use that knowledge to overcome your fear and continue on your path to wellness and wellbeing.

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Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

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Choose to Live a Healthy Life for Your Own Sake

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

Choosing to live a healthier life is a great first step on your path to wellbeing. It’s especially tempting to start implementing changes and adjusting your life when you have the encouragement or the desire to please the people around you. But who are you making this change for? If you choose to live a healthy life for your own sake, you’re going to be far more successful than if you attribute your successes and failures to the people around you.

Watch this video for this week’s tip:

Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

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A Kiss a Day

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

When you are on your path to wellbeing, there are a number of steps you must take at different points in your journey. Let’s say that you are undertaking a change in diet, for example, and part of that diet requires you to restrict food in the beginning. After a while, however, it may be better for you to introduce just a little of the things that you love and miss back into your diet, but in a way that you can control yourself and enjoy it too. This week’s Tip of the Week addresses this issue through the idea of: A Kiss a Day.

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Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

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Focus on the Present

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

Oftentimes, it is tempting to become excited about your change in lifestyle and your Path to Wellness and Wellbeing, and speak only about what you plan to do in the future: next week, I will start my new diet. Next week, I will go to my local gym and get a membership. Next week, I will work on meditation and relaxation techniques so I can learn to manage my stress better. While these goals and plans are excellent, speaking about them as happening in the future doesn’t give them the power you may need to get things started now. This week’s tip is to Focus on the Present and to speak about your changes in the present tense. There is something powerful about making your journey something that is already happening.

Watch this video for this week’s tip:

Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

I donate 100% of royalties to Save the Children.

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Be Kind to Yourself

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

When you shift into a Health and Wellness Mindset, you are creating a path that will lead you to a happier, healthier lifestyle. BUt part of that journey comes with being kind to yourself, this week’s Tip of the Week. Although we sometimes try to deny it, our worst critiques can be ourselves, whether that is through self talk or through the “poisons” we allow to be introduced into our lives. Shift into a Health and Wellness Mindset. Be kind to yourself.

Watch this video for this week’s tip:

Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

I donate 100% of royalties to Save the Children.

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Mind Your Own Business

By: Dr. Gaby Cora

It’s difficult living in a competitive world and trying to concentrate on your own path to Wellbeing. You may have your Health and Wellness Mindset prepared and your journey planned out, but it can be disheartening to look to your left and right, and see that other people are doing better than you are. They’re losing weight faster, they’re looking better, they seem healthier and happier while you struggle with your own obstacles. This week’s Tip of the Week is to Mind Your Own Business. At the end of the day, the only one in charge of creating the change you want in your life is you: focus on your own path and stop comparing yourself to those around you.

Watch this video for more on this week’s tip:

Are you interested in learning more tips and strategies to lead effectively while being healthy and well? Get ExecutiveHealth.com’s Leading Under Pressure. I wrote this book thinking of you, the busy executive, professional or entrepreneur who does it all, running both marathons and sprints at the same time. Leading Under Pressure offers practical solutions to become a better leader while being well and healthy.

I donate 100% of royalties to Save the Children.

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