Learning how to market online is the missing link between having a gift and passion for helping others with EFT, and actually TELLING others that you have a gift and passion for helping them. It helps those who need your services find you easily and benefit from what you have to offer to them.Read More
For most Veterans, working with a non-military coach, even talking with a non-veteran is very difficult. In my experience, most Veterans only trust veterans, and only share what they have been through, with a hand selected number of people.
In my experience, it helps when a practitioner starts the conversation with the question: “What do you need to know about me?”Read More
The word “healing” does not go down great with some Veterans. It has a feeling of new age, woo woo, and is not acceptable. For the sake of rapport, I often start a conversation by replacing the word “healing” with “relaxing”.Read More
Many Veterans prefer the word relaxation over the word healing. EFT is a powerful tool to help a Veteran relax about a traumatic event and regain sleep.Read More
As EFT practitioners, we don’t judge, we don’t condone, and we don’t excuse what happened in the past, we help HEAL what happened. All of us have a deeply ingrained fear of judgment of our actions. The fear of judgment is often greater than the fear of failure, and it stops us from moving forward…Read More