Do you feel like you’re working harder than ever before but not earning enough income?
Is the passion for your work fading or gone?
Do you wonder how you can make time for your family and yourself and not fall behind in your business?
Are you worrying about how much more stress and pressure you can stand?
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in your life and your business. For the few things you can’t change, you can definitely change how you
think about them, thereby ridding yourself of negative feelings and sabotaging behaviors.
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“Simone’s radiant personality is only triumphed by her wonderful and comprehensive knowledge and ideas. Her understanding of the human brain, it’s wide and varied uses makes her a brilliant educator and coach, helping in so many areas of life, to help you become more healthy, prosperous and ultimately, happy. so thank you so much Simone, from everyone here at Fresh Reality for sharing with us the tools to make it possible, and to inspire the medical students of England. We hope you carry on doing what you are doing and changing the world for the better.” Much love James O’Donovan Medical student and CEO and Founder -Fresh Reality
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“I visited Dr. Simone because, as I near 60 years old and now live with my girlfriend, I seek more happiness. My creative/business passions sometimes overwhelm me, with no balance between my creative and personal life. Time allocation, self-awareness relating to negative thinking and mood changes, and simply breathing are the weapons of choice against negativity. Finally, it’s important to respond, not react…or as I would say, a thoughtful, measured, balanced response to stimuli.” Steve F., Palm Desert