I had the perfect opportunity to talk to licensed Aesthetician and Certified Permanent make-up artist, Heather Dubin and here is what she had to say…
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There are moments in life that I call “emotional thresholds.” Once you break through them, you begin to destroy all self-doubt related to that area of your life. This was one of those moments for me. It was as though I had permission to design the life that I wanted, rather than follow the path of a fresh rat in the race. While it didn’t entirely erase my self-doubt, it gave me a surge of momentum in the right direction.
A good friend of my instructor Walt Bone was Mike Anderson, an eccentric genius. Mike used to tell me all the time, “John, you’re a great teacher. You should open a school and make a lot of money.” As flattered as I was, I knew nothing about making money. I was sure I would embarrass myself trying to operate a business.
Assuming if the Buyer in this scenario had been maintaining eye contact, and when asked if he could make a minimum commitment, he suddenly avoided eye contact, that’s a sign of hiding something.
A Douglas County mom, Susan Beane said her daughter Addison, as a freshman in high school had joined six clubs at one time, from debate to history club. After she won the debate competition, Beane said she quit, wanting to do more drama activities.
So, who exactly is Don Greene? Well he’s no ordinary golf psychologist. He started out as a champion diver and Green Beret before earning his doctorate in sports psychology. For the last 25 years he’s been working with people under pressure ranging from police SWAT officers, through professional golfers, Grand Prix drivers, Olympic athletes and for the last 15 years he’s been specialising in the performing arts with musicians, singers and actors – and Paul Casey.