Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World

Balboa Press
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In the age of technology we have become disconnected at a cellular level. The time to reconnect to ourselves and each other is now!

Consciously Connecting is a step-by-step guide that will enlighten and give you the ability to further connect to your inner self. Learn to enrich your relationships with others, take action, and connect within the world around youand most importantly, with yourself.

Develop healthy emotional habits, and decrease stress and anxiety with your connectivity, which will give you the inspiration to lead a more productive and creative life. This adventure will be fun, and the exercises are easy.

Engage in a weekly plan of action as you commit to be cognizant and walk away from lifes disconnect and distractions. Unlock the secrets to Consciously Connecting as you choose to achieve your goals, embrace your strengths, and define your journey.

Give yourself the gift of joy and happiness through connection and watch the possibilities happen.

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About the author

Holland Haiis consults and coaches professionals, executives, small businesses, non-profits and individuals to facilitate transitions and assess new beginnings. Whether working with an individual or a group, the foundation begins as they connect to new possibilities. She coaches on the art of leadership, the value of communication, how to connect, and how to reach personal and financial goals. Holland's motivational speaking allows her to guide business owners to become business leaders, and transforms teams to bring their best to the work place. She is thrilled to have a front row seat to co-create and celebrate the success of others. Holland lives with her husband, in Manhattan, and they continue to enthusiastically explore the world together.

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Publisher
Balboa Press
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Published on
Nov 21, 2014
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Pages
188
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ISBN
9781452597867
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
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