Aptos, CA (PRWEB) May 8, 2006
In 2005, personal bankruptcy filings were up 30 percent. Estimates for the divorce rate consistently hover around 50 percent. Most people believe that global warming is in progress. An estimated 30 percent of all high school students drop out before graduating and it seems people are having more difficulties finding a job after 50. At the same time, the United States is at war and terrorism is still a threat. With all this bad news, it may be difficult to feel like anything but a victim. But no one needs to be a victim.
People are not powerless. Even in today's economic and political climate, individuals can change their lives in significant ways. Begin the journey of claiming power by tapping into inner sources of wisdom. Use that wisdom to know and speak truth out loud. Dr. Phil does this and so does Oprah. Now it's time for everyone else to do it.
Most relationships could use some improvement. According to a Psychology Today article on relationships, people "need to know your needs and speak up for them clearly." If there are financial problems, face the truth, claim power and do something about it. The problem is, many people are not sure what to do about the problems they face.
Enter Casey Dawes, owner of Wise Woman Shining. Dawes recently created Wise Woman Shining “to provide support to people who are ready to begin to live a fearless life based on their internal wisdom,” she said. “It's tough to make any significant change without support, but the rewards in people’s personal and professional lives -- even into their business lives -- are outstanding and well worth the effort!"
A well-respected author and speaker, Dawes has developed this new company to “help people gain the strength to change their habits, life and beliefs, enabling them to easily deal with what the future brings to them,” said Dawes. “By building a strong personal foundation and gaining a clear vision of what they want to achieve in life, people become more powerful in every aspect of daily living."