By Arlene O’Reilly
Job seekers often know what they need to do for their job search but find ways to avoid taking those steps. Old habits may create the excuse for not attending networking events or for spending more time on the internet than is necessary.
Rosanna Ellis, a licensed practitioner in Alternative Therapy, will talk about how to control our limiting habits even if they’ve been created over a lifetime. See her present “The Programmed Subconscious Mind” on Monday, August 11 at PSGCNJ’s general meeting.
People are creatures of habit. By repeating these responses, we create a program that guides our choices dictating our successes and failures.
Until we understand the root causes of our problems, underlying programs will dictate our choices in all parts of our lives.
Ellis will show us how to control our deep programs to break our habits, so we can be in the driver’s seat – no longer a passenger.
Roseanna Ellis is a life coach and for over ten years has helped hundreds of clients release emotional stumbling blocks to achieve greater success. She is licensed in natural healing and body work and is certified in an energy therapy called Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT.
She dedicated to help others change their lives. She speaks and conducts workshops and seminars on EFT here in the States and in Europe and Africa. To find out more about Rosanna’s work, go to www.wellagain.net or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring a friend and come to hear her speak at PSGCNJ’s general meeting on Monday, August 11, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church, located at 48 West High Street, Somerville. Be sure to bring business cards, and be prepared to network!
Please refrain from parking in the church parking lot. Metered and unmetered parking is available on West High Street. Unmetered parking is also available on some of the side streets near the church. Please put enough coins in the meter; a parking ticket in Somerville Borough costs $24! Please do not park in the handicapped spaces in the church parking lot or driveway unless you have a wheelchair symbol placard or license plate.
PSGCNJ general meetings are always free and open to the public. If you can’t make it to this meeting, then visit our website www.psgcnj.org for information about upcoming events.