In This Episode
- Listening to that inner voice from an early age
- Overcoming the fear of public speaking to have a greater impact
- Reframing the past to give it a different perspective
- Giving clients the tools to create on demand
Quotations From This Episode
“Everything that we’ve gone through serves us in some sort of way.” — .@talkingwithteri
“In this time, we need more light workers to step forward and really be of service.” — .@talkingwithteri
“Just go with the flow…” — .@talkingwithteri
“The best personal development you’ll ever have is having your own business.” — .@talkingwithteri
Teri Karjala, is a Transformational Life Strategist, the founder of Creative Counseling Center and Talking With Teri, best-selling author of Be The Magic of You: Tools to Transform Your Life with a foreword written by Jack Canfield. She is Coach with Forbes and a Premier Success Coach with eWomen Network. Teri is also the creator of several motivational products to be a further contribution to her clients and the community.
Today, professionals and women entrepreneurs hire her to ignite the magic within. Because most are consumed by fear, held back by unconscious limiting beliefs, and lack the tools to get back on track.
She has combined her counseling background with energy psychology and applied the principles of the law of attraction to transform people’s lives by clearing the unconscious blocks that hold us back. The result of combining these techniques is astonishing. Her clients say after working with her they feel magical!
Teri’s Website Links
- Business website: www.talkingwithteri.com
Teri’s Social Media Links
- Twitter: .@talkingwithteri
- Instagram: @talkingwithteri
- Podcast: Talking with Teri
- Free Book:Be the Magic of You
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