GOLDEN, Colo.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--For the many mainstream Americans who have recently lost a job, are in a period of life and career transition, or faced with a personal financial crisis, Kristi LeBlanc’s “Living with Certainty™” reveals the mental discipline and techniques involved in soul exploration, discovery of purpose, personal energy amplification and use of your “internal instructional system” to ultimately achieve Deep-Soul Joy.
“Too often when people find themselves in transition, the first thing they do is start managing externalities”
“Too often when people find themselves in transition, the first thing they do is start managing externalities,” said author Kristi LeBlanc. “It is perfectly reasonable and tactical to seek the counsel of friends, sign up for job lead services, put a resume together and start networking. However, during this important transition time, these and other job search techniques, are not best undertaken from a depressed, confused, low-energy, static-filled personal state. Living with Certainty’s philosophy addresses a glaring void in traditional job search and career choice by suggesting that you should first call upon your hard-wired, internal resources if you are to change your life, heighten your personal energy and achieve your maximum authenticity and purpose.”
About the Book
The book bridges key spiritual tenets, including thousands of years of collective, ancient wisdom, such as the Eastern concepts of Qi and Reiki, as well as The Law of Attraction, with the author’s observations of the behaviors of successful, fulfilled, and joyous executive leaders. Living with Certainty shows readers in one weekend’s reading that they already have all the tools they need to tackle life’s challenges and undertake a 24 x 7 life-plan filled with high-energy motivation and inspiration.
Identifying 65 Energy Enablers, the book describes how to eliminate negative, static-filled stumbling blocks and become spiritually deliberate and focused in your thoughts, actions, beliefs, relationships, and expressions of gratitude.
About the Author
Kristi LeBlanc is an Executive Vice-President of the Global Consumer Practice at DHR International and previously served as Senior Client Partner in Korn/Ferry International’s Minneapolis office. Living in the Greater Denver area today, she is a wife and mom to three small children.