Posts made in April, 2011

The First Brocade of Ancient Taoism

»Posted by on Apr 12, 2011 in Internal Practices, Qigong | 18 comments

The First Brocade of Ancient Taoism

What Are the Brocades? These are a series of essential Taoist sitting practices for longevity and healing.  A brocade is an image woven into cloth or silk and the exact origin of these exercises is unknown.  I believe that these exercises were so named, because they were originally found to be a series of printed exercises and postures that were woven into silk.    Whether they stem from one particular ascended master, or whether they are a culmination of extracted wisdom, passed over generations from master to disciple, from various esoteric, healing, and martial traditions remains unknown.  The fact that we have access to such powerful tools for health and longevity is a true gift for all of us who desire to study them.  Not much is written in English about the...

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35 Do’s & Don’ts to Mastering the Interview for Job Seekers

»Posted by on Apr 2, 2011 in Resources | 10 comments

Subtitled: How I Almost Got the Job I know most of you here are most likely more interested in learning about entrepreneurship and the tools that assist us in learning how to free up our time and money.  But I wanted to impart to you some of what I recently learned and how I was 1 of 20 people called back for a second interview out of 150 plus applicants at a four star restaurant in Hollywood called Asia de Cuba.  Although I was told it could take a month for the hiring process to be finalized, I am losing hope that I will be making $300 a night any time soon, while I build my business in the “off” time.  Basically, this is a review of the tactics that almost got me the job. I recently attended the Entrepreneurial Speaker Series through the...

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