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Feb 02

Part of our program is Lifeskills ~ This guy tells it like it is!

My son just shared this video on my facebook page. So the awesome mom that I am, I always take the opportunity to connect with what interest my kids. Yeah, I know they’re all grown now, but that is just what mommas do:)…However, before you listen to this incredibly awesome video take a few minutes and see what our program is about.

We believe in treating the person as a whole. This means things in his/her life that truly can have an impact on the healing of their spirit, soul, and body. This approach is imperative so they can have a full understanding of how several areas in ones life can significantly impact another. Our curriculum should be finalized within the next 6 weeks, but for now the seven areas of healing are:

  1. Nutrition
  2. Relationships
  3. Career/purpose
  4. Spirituality
  5. Physical activity
  6. Financial wellbeing
  7. Emotional wholeness

Like I said, each one of these areas can affect the others. For example most relationships end due to financial inability of either one partner or both. Part of the issue is many times neither know who to manage even the simplest of things, such as a check book. When I owned my mortgage company I saw a countless number of wonderful and very intelligent people/couples who struggled to save money and to set budgets. Most of them did not have a savings, a retirement account, and very few were prepared to buy a home. Of course another area that comes into play with purchasing a home is the credit report. Helping in these area will give our clients the tools they need in order to regain balance in their life and truly go on to live an abundant filled life.

Enjoy this young mans video. The words he speaks are powerful and sadly very true. But before you hit play, I do not advocate for kids to drop out of school, but this young man is simply telling it like the real world is and it is imperative that we listen!!!!

 

1 comment

  1. Karen Hall

    Message well said! Very Good!

    Karen Hall

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