On March 25, 2014 The International Association of Holistic Providers held a very spiritual, yet motivating meeting. Cathleen Francois, the founder of the International Association of Holistic Providers, was present with the Royal Oak Community Commision Recognition Award for Outstanding Support.
Although still representing IAHP, Francois recently decided to go non-profit with the organization and has since joined GreeningDetroit.com as the Executive Assistant. Recently Francois has been spotted across the metro Detroit Area networking for GreeningDetroit.com and helping to build a better tomorrow for the city of Detroit at large. Who know what inspiring things Francois has in store for us next, she seems to be on fire.
Ms. Francois was leading the attendees through a very intimate and personal meditation of self-love and realization. Frank Ruprich walked the audience through a step by step break down of how to create and properly implement a decision making chart, what to weight out on pro’s and con’s, and even why. His step by step formula for getting this done was fail proof and proved to be very necessary in the goal setting process because it help you to see why you are making the choices you are making.
The most important thing I walked away from this meeting with was Francois words that “money is energy. You must love money because like attracts like. When you align yourself with what you want, money has no choice but to follow… Every failure is an opportunity for success”. The second most important thing I walked away with was my handout of “Made Easy: Decisions and Goal Setting” by Frank Ruprich. With those two pieces of universal treasure I’m sure I am going to eventually strike gold. To make Ruprich’s idea simple, before making any decisions make a T chart. On one side put pros of the situation, on the other side place your cons. On both sides rate your pros and cons on a scale from 1-10 on the level of importance and benefit, one being the lowest. Whichever side is highest is clearly your most logical, and effective choice. Well, without further ado, I am sure we all have some decision making to attend to.
By Jazznae Sharee