The experts at the International Center for Positive Change and Hypnosis arm clients with the skills they need to pursue their personal goals and drop the notions that hold them back. During the neurolinguistic-programming practitioner course, expert mind molders Sarah Carson, Shawn Carson, and Jess Marion introduce participants to NLP, a system that helps individuals recognize both positive and negative patterns in their lives so they don't have to reach decisions by throwing darts at a bunch of magic 8 balls. Many professionals enlist in the NLP practitioner course for business to improve their success in the workplace, which explains the program’s popularity among entrepreneurs, teachers, consultants, and coaches.
When they aren't teaching NLP, Sarah Carson, Shawn Carson, and Jess Marion see clients in both their New York and Philadelphia offices, drawing on their teaching experience to enact positive changes in clients' lives. Instructors also host weekend workshops on topics such as creativity and presentation skills. Their hypnosis sessions train students who want to help others achieve personal change by quitting smoking, reducing stress, or reconnecting with estranged pocket watches.
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For more then 90 years, Ottomanelli & Sons has plied carnivores with lip-licking selections of the finest USDA Prime beef, lamb, veal, and other meat treats. Plan a summer shindig around palate-pleasing patties of the shop's delectable hamburger ($4.99 lb.), or nab the heart of a bifocaled beefcake with a hearty rib eye ($10.99 lb.) while juggling luxurious cuts of Porterhouse ($12.99 lb.) and filet mignon ($16.00 lb.). For encased-meat enthusiasts and porcine mavens, the shop stocks zesty Italian sausage ($3.99 lb.) and pork roast ($4.99 lb.). Like a spy's costumes, prices are subject to change. Amateur rôtisseurs and expert grill-masters alike can visit Ottomanelli's blackboard for flavorific recipes and meaty advice before putting their Groupon into action.