Trauma Roles with Anita Arrunategui

  As Bill Hoffman states in his book, "The Process," "Anyone or anything that controls our emotions imprisons us." This control is dysfunctional and lends itself to bondage. It's destructive, and ultimately, it's slavery to runaway emotions, whims, and notions of yourself and others. That doesn't sound very appealing, and yet so many get caught... Continue Reading →

The Harvest with Anita Arrunategui

Building a business is like planting a field. The task requires one to prepare the soil, another to plant, and another to water. Each will receive from the harvest. So it is in business. A leader needs a follower. The title only comes to fruition when another deems the leader worthy of the title and... Continue Reading →

Doing the Work – With Bill Hoffman

  Doing the Work... Sounds like WORK! It's really interesting how we will readily work hard at lot's and lot's of things... our jobs, businesses, hobbies, phones, computers, iPads, and plenty of other things that we assign value to. But why is it so hard to invest time, passion, energy, financial resources, in the most... Continue Reading →

People Pleasing – With Bill Hoffman

        People pleasing.  I recently posted elsewhere, that when we people please, we may feel as though we are doing a good thing worthy of recognition, when in fact it demonstrates weakness of character, in-authenticity, and insecurity. People pleasing is distinctly different from serving people. But sometimes, based on our temperament makeup,... Continue Reading →

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