Better Business Results Through Better Breathing

Better Business Results Through Better Breathing Avatar Posted by smallbizwoman under Self-Development
From http://www.ducttapemarketing.com 507 days ago
Made Hot by: JimmyJams on December 4, 2012 12:11 am
Yes, you read correctly. John Jantch of Duct Tape Marketing believes learning to breath as a way to relieve stress will make you better at running your business and healthier over all. But before you dismiss this notion as some kind of new age self improvement kick, read what John has to say about the importance of breathing in relieving stress. Hear his real life experience with the technique and how he believes relieving stress in the long run will improve our businesses and our economy. Read more!

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Written by lyceum
504 days ago

John: A friend of mine, Therése Ek, has pointed out the importance of how to breathing practice. I have forwarded your post to her. On a related note, I wrote a guest blog post on Therése blog, on meditation that could be of interest. Have you read Mark Thorntons book, Meditation in a New York Minute: Super Calm for the Super Busy?



Written by HeatherStone
506 days ago

John,

This might not be your average business post but it's still not one anyone should pass over. Stress in all of life, including business, is very real. And yes, it's a killer. So anything that keeps you going is an important tip. It's a survival guide for any entrepreneur.



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