Author Archive for: Lisa Avedon
Lisa Avedon is senior brand strategist at IdeaWorks, a hybrid brand strategy | innovation firm in Columbus, OH. She's a big picture idea producer who leverages insights and innovative thinking into inspired creative solutions; all of which makes her a very happy person. Lisa is a speaker and author, and she blogs about single parenthood and the need for self compassion for the national publication Working Mother Magazine under the title "Mom, Inc."
Connect with her via LinkedIn, and follow her on Twitter @IDAWorks.
For more information, please visit ideaworksbmc.com .
Entries by Lisa Avedon
Having love in life is important to happiness. I’m not referring to the romantic kind of love with another person, but the inner love you have for you. Do you love yourself? Do you like yourself? Loving and liking yourself is as important to life success as the air you breathe. Having self love provides confidence in the decisions you make. It’s self love that provides the trust in your own judgment, and the ability to make mistakes and admit to them, without feeling demeaned. Many of us go through our lives caught up in the external world around us. Our work… Read more.
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As the world continues to evolve at such a rapid pace, you may find yourself searching for ways to resolve all fears and limiting thoughts, as a craving for peace and simplicity rises to the surface. Join Julie Dittmar in Finding Inner Peace Through the Joy of Chocolate as she decodes and unlocks hidden life lessons and powerful spiritual teachings while using metaphors, such as chocolate, as an extraordinary way of finding true and lasting inner peace during these times of global transformation and ascension. Lessons are filled with potent life wisdom (based on the teachings of Matt Kahn), simple exercises, and relaxing guided meditations so you may directly experience inner peace and emotional freedom. Lessons and meditations act like a squeegee for your mind, and provide healing frequencies for your body. It’s a welcomed break for the overstimulated nervous system, and a chance to receive the balance, rest, and renewal your heart longs for at its core.