Monthly Archives August 2016


by Dale Halaway At a time when our country is facing war and questioning our country’s leadership, is when we should be reflecting upon our own leadership styles. It isn’t through trying to change those already in leadership roles that can affect real change in our country, but through the changing of how we lead ourselves and others in our lives that makes the significant difference in our day-to-day realities. Whether you are a business leader, parent, or simply “leading” your own life, there are two types of leadership styles, Inspiring and Controlling. There are 10 main characteristics that help define the difference between these two types of leaders. We put them in juxtaposition, not to make one bad and/or good, but to simply bring awareness to your own leadership style so you can make a different choice if you find yourself falling into any one of the characteristics of the Controlling Leader. An Inspiring Leader is authentic, operates from higher ground principles and makes their decisions coming from a place of love, whereas a Controlling Leader upholds a facade, operates from lower ground principles and is coming from a place of fear. In our world today, there is a shift that is happening among individuals as well
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by Dale Halaway The Law of Attraction states that we are all made up of energy and that “energy attracts like energy”. Positive attracts positive and negative attracts negative. The Law of Attraction responds to how we feel about what we think by attracting in people, situations or experiences that vibrate at the same frequency of that which we are holding in mind. To consciously work with the Law of Attraction, it is important to understand it in more depth through understanding our inner powers of feeling, action and focus. Power of Feeling. It is important to recognize that we are feeling beings by nature. To be in denial of or to keep ourselves separated or disconnected from what it is we are really feeling is not only nonproductive but in most cases counterproductive and in some cases destructive. Through the Law of Attraction, you get results in your outer world that reflect what you are feeling inside, so if you aren’t willing to deal with your feelings consciously and responsibly or even become positional in hanging on to your negative feelings, the Law of Attraction responds by attracting to you the experiences that can only reflect what it is
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