Tag Archives: Dr. Cathy Greenberg

Passion Is the Fuel of Greatness

“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you’re capable of living.” – Nelson Mandela Without unrelenting passion, would Steve Jobs have been able to resurrect the almost defunct Apple Computer Inc. and build it into the largest company in the world? […]

The Centering Breath Process

In my last blog, we went through the process of using imagery as a transformational tool. We looked at using all of our senses, visual, feeling, auditory, taste and smell, in order to get a better sense of your goal. Here, we’re going to look at a calming exercise that will help you focus even […]

Using Imagery as a Transformational Tool

Ironically, when you try to move away from what you don’t want, you’re actually focused on it and you’ll always tend to move toward what you focus on. So if you think about and focus on what you don’t want, you’ll tend to keep getting it. Imagery Exercise Imagery, especially in the relaxed state, is […]

The Unstoppable Desire of Mark Platjez

Elite performers including entrepreneurs, sales professionals and athletes all have an element of boldness. For example, the destitute orphan in South Africa, who didn’t even have a pair of shoes, promised his brother, “I will become a world champion, move out of this country and never live in poverty again.” A bold statement for an […]

The Story of a Positive Deviant

What do you do when faced with an impossible task? Jerry Sternin found out. He studied positive deviants, and in an impossible time frame, with essentially no money, and using a radical approach, he figured out how to save starving children in Vietnam. Jerry and Monique Sternin were on staff with Save the Children, which […]

Living in the Mindful Moment with Unstoppable Desire

Research shows that the development of mindfulness decreases the release of cortisol, which is often referred to as the stress hormone. Lower levels of cortisol are associated with feelings of relaxation, contentment and inner peace. Mindfulness allows us to essentially be happier and healthier people. Let’s look at how you benefit as a leader as […]

Why Do Fearless Leaders Think With Higher Consciousness?

People want to follow a leader with values who can think and act toward the greater good of all. When you experience the deeper satisfaction of thinking and solving problems from your higher consciousness, that depth of satisfaction is not available at a lower consciousness. This deeper thinking allows leaders to develop better strategies. An […]

Decision-making Processes

Harry Truman’s Decision Making The author Napoleon Hill  studied over 25,000 people who had experienced failure and concluded that lack of decision-making was one of the top causes of failure. When you have an important decision to make, should you make a rational logical decision; should you follow your heart, your emotions or should you […]

The Triple Bottom Line

The phrase “the triple bottom line” was first coined in 1994 by John Elkington, who was the founder of a British consultancy called SustainAbility and is the Founding Partner and Executive Chairman of Volans, a business focusing on sustainability, entrepreneurship and innovation. Elkington argued that companies should be preparing three different (and quite separate) bottom […]

Excel with Unrelenting Fire

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” ― Wayne W. Dyer Sigmund Freud once said, “Consciousness is contagious.” Freud was correct. Your consciousness, whether it’s low, medium or high, wherever it is on the consciousness continuum, just like your attitude, influences everyone around you. If you have […]