How intuitive are you? Do you know how to read yourself and others? Today’s episode is a discussion of ho to read the signs of others and of yourself to help you navigate an even more complex world.
Known as The Clairvoyant Coach, Christina Carlin assists and supports clients in identifying and overcoming issues and challenges in their lives while finding clarity.
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How many of you, as business owners, make it a point to laugh every day? Or how many of you get mad at your employees for laughing too loud or having a good time at work?
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Aren’t those big contributors to your company’s productivity and profitability?
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