Stephanie Dalfonzo, Intuitive Healer About Emotional Freedom Techniques

Today, Diane talks with Stephanie Dalfonzo, Intuitive Healer and Transformational Coach who, after leaving her radio career to raise her children, began the journey in earnest of finding ways to help herself and others make deep and lasting life changes. Her clients experience deep, cellular level healing, allowing them to breakthrough whatever has been holding them back, so they can reclaim their inner power and joy! Stephanie, like Diane, believes that each of us, like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, has the power inside to heal and make great changes. But also believe (from first hand experience) that we all need to have someone else assist us. Even the greatest healers and thought leaders like Wayne Dyer, Panache Desai and others have their own healers (and yes, Stephanie and Diane do too!)

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Rick Birdwell, Life Coach of the Mankind Project

Today Diane brings a very special guest to Balanced Living for Busy Professionals, Rick Birdwell, Life Coach of the Mankind Project. This amazing group for men flies in the face of rigid stereotypes about the “Sensitive New Age Man” AND the “Macho Man”. We ask men to go right up to the edge – and beyond – in a culture that seems to be comfortable with mediocrity and passivity from men. We ask men to stop living a vicarious adventure through their TV’s and step into a real time adventure to win back their passion for life. We ask men to confront the real issues, to get 100% honest about who they are.

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Setting And Maintaining Healthy Boundaries

What exactly does it mean to set and communicate healthy boundaries? Well, ask yourself what will you accept from others by way of the demands they make on your time and emotional energy. For most people, when someone asks something of them, their first response is to give in, to set that other person’s needs ahead of their own. Many of us have been taught from a young age to be “people pleasers.” One of the shortest, yet most difficult words for many people to say is “no.”

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