Who Gets Cancer?

July 3, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Health

Here is some very compelling research describing the personality traits that increase one’s chances for developing cancer.

If you or someone you love have a high number of these traits, you can decrease your chance for developing cancer with EPTworks™ and emotional healing.  By releasing emotional and physical trauma and changing your beliefs, you can increase your assertiveness and ownership of your power to be honest and open about your needs and the practical fulfillment of those needs without the fear or avoidance of conflict.

The most important fact you need to know about cancer: Of all the people who are diagnosed with cancer; the majority survive.

Cancer Personality

The presence of traumas was important in assessing the risk of cancer and the possibility of a poor prognosis.  In his study of 250 patients diagnosed with malignancy, LeShan (1956) noted that a childhood trauma was present in 62% of the cancer patients, and in only 10% of the control group.  He concluded that an early emotional trauma increased the risk of cancer later in life. Such trauma would supposedly lead to an increase in tension towards one or both parents.  Later, LeShan included the presence of a childhood trauma as one of the psychological indicators for predicting cancer development.

Later, LeShan (1977) reconfirmed his initial findings.  He studied the life histories of 500 patients.  One of the typical patterns identified was childhood trauma.  Such trauma included feelings of isolation, neglect, difficult, dangerous or intense interpersonal relationships, parental deprivation and coldness.  He noticed that 76% of the cancer patients showed such patterns in their past, and had also recently experienced an emotional loss.  Traumatic patterns were relived through the recent emotional loss, which influenced cancer growth.

A 1946 Johns Hopkins University study: “Our results appear to agree with findings that cancer patients tend to deny and repress conflictual impulses and emotions to a higher degree than do other people.”

Certain personality features increase the risk of cancer because they are more likely to generate physiological stress.

  • Repression, the inability to say “no”, and a lack of awareness of one’s anger make it much more likely that a person will find herself in situations where her emotions are unexpressed, her needs are ignored and her gentleness exploited.
  • Extremely co-operative
  • Patient
  • Passive
  • Lacking assertiveness
  • Accepting
  • Represses negative emotions especially anger while struggling to maintain a strong, happy façade—denial of negative emotions.
  • The external appearance of a nice or good person
  • A suppression of reactions that may offend others
  • Avoidance of conflict
  • Chronically hopeless and helpless, even though it is not consciously recognized, in the sense that the person basically believes that it is useless to express one’s needs: the needs will not or cannot be met by the environment.

If you know someone who could benefit from this information, please share it.

Take a minute to share how you may have changed these traits in your lifetime and how it has influenced your health and healing.


Knowing this will make you a GENIUS healer!

June 27, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Forgiveness

I was on a road trip and happened to be reading Barbara Brennan’s book Light Emerging.  I was reading her chapter on the seven stages of healing.  I had an incredible “aha moment” as I realized this information explained why I could have two different patients with the same symptoms and totally different outcomes.

I may have two patients with right leg pain (sciatica).  One patient responds to my brilliant care in one treatment having no more pain.  I feel like a genius doctor who can fix this problem in anyone but the next patient with this same problem comes in and I can’t get any change or healing to occur.  After learning the seven stages of healing I understood why.

Seven Stages of Healing

  1. Denial:  “There’s nothing wrong with me.”  “It’s normal to have headaches.”  “Everyone has problems like this.”
  2. Anger:  “Why me?”  “This isn’t fair.”  “I don’t deserve this problem.”  “I hate this pain.” “Someone else is to blame.”
  3. Bargain:  “Okay, I’ve been bad and now I need to change so this will stop or go away.”  “I will do what the doctor say as long as I’m guaranteed to get rid of this.”  “I’ll get surgery if it will make it better.”  “I’ll take 100 vitamins and do colonics every day if it will make it better.” “I hate my life so I have to fix it.”
  4. Depression:  “It doesn’t matter what I do, nothing gets better.”  “I’m stuck with this problem.” “It will never go away.”
  5. Acceptance:  “I feel better.”  “Things are getting better.”  “I still have a way to go but I feel hope.” “I love my life so I know it will change.”
  6. Light Emerging:  “Things in my life are changing rapidly.”  “Some days I think nothing has changed but then I see a lot of things have changed.”  “New people are coming into my life.”  “Things in my life are changing rapidly.”  “I feel the meaning of let go, let God.”
  7. Creation of New Life:  “I am solidly placed in a completely new scenario in my life.”  “There are new people and things.” “I am excited at the prospect of learning new ways of being and living my life in this new place.”

So here’s the genius part:  The patient who healed was in “Light Emerging”.  The patient I couldn’t help heal was in “Depression”.  Use muscle testing to determine what stage of healing your client is in with a particular problem.  The ones in “Acceptance”, “Light Emerging” and “Creation of New Life” will get better with very little effort on your part.

For the others, in “Denial”, “Anger”, “Bargain” or “Depression”; use EPTworks™ to quickly reveal and release what it holding them back.  Voila!  You too, can be a genius healer!

Think about a problem you would like to heal and determine what stage of healing you are in with that problem. Your decision to heal will  take you on a road trip to “Creation of New Life”.  Enjoy the journey!

Much gratitude to Barbara Brennan for her great contribution to this work!

I would love to hear how you have used the stages of healing to increase the focus and speed of healing in your life or in helping others.  Please leave a comment below.

Sugar Regulation

June 12, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Health, Nutrition

If you have any of the following problems, you can benefit from a sugar regulation diet:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • chronic mental instability
  • mental fragility
  • mental fogginess
  • OCD
  • mental and physical fatigue
  • chronic weight gain
  • inability to lose weight and keep it off
  • chronic anger/irritability

You can improve your condition in as little as 30 days with very little cost and change in your lifestyle.

1) Eliminate wheat—all wheat, that includes pasta, bread, cereals, crackers, cookies. Wheat is notorious for causing sugar dysregulation, so no wheat for you.

2) Eat 60-75 grams of useable protein per day.  If your current protein resources were useable, you wouldn’t have this sugar regulation problem.  You must put this useable protein in your breakfast and every snack. If you have a meal with very little protein, you may want to add 10-20 grams of useable protein.  I recommend: Sun Warrior raw fermented brown rice protein powder.  You can get it on Amazon.  Start your day with two scoops=32 grams. You can use this for snacks or supplemental meal protein as well.  Just use a shaker cup, add water and protein, shake and drink.  If you are tolerant of dairy, greek yogurt makes a great snack or dessert with 14 grams of useable protein.  On the go, you can take Think Thin bars which provide 20 grams of useable protein, or use a half one as a dessert to supplement your meal.

3) Eat three smaller meals and two protein snacks each day.  Breakfast–midmorning snack–Lunch–midafternoon snack–Dinner.  Set your iPhone alarm to remind you to eat your protein snacks.

4) Don’t overeat.  You know that last bite that leaves you feeling, “I shouldn’t have eaten that last bite”.  Stop eating before you eat the bite that puts you over your limit of feeling good.  Overeating will also drive you into sugar dysregulation.  Once it goes out of balance, it can take 12-24 hours to get it into a healthy balance again.  You will get the hang of it sooner than you think. (signs of dysregulation: sleepy, fatigued, lost motivation, moody, foggy thinking, irritable, craving sugar, anxiety, depression. . .you get the picture)

5) Discipline.  Yes, I said that ugly little word that no one really wants to hear.  Listen, discipline is one side of a coin, and the other side is freedom. When the freedom you give yourself lacks discipline, you risk losing the freedom you want the most; the freedom to feel good, live longer, be happy and think more clearly. You have to give up ways that aren’t working for you.  Discipline yourself with these simple new habits and expand your awareness of the freedom to be healthier, happier and more fulfilled.  It doesn’t take a prescription,wonder supplement or a ton of money; just your decision to live your life in a better way.

*a supplement that can support you while you are developing this new habit is “inositol powder”.  It tastes like sugar.  Eat 1 tsp three times a day while you are learning to balance your body’s sugar regulation.  Some folks find it helpful to continue taking a half dose while others continue with higher doses.  Your diet management is the key to not needing this supplement support.


June 6, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Health, Nutrition

If you knew of a cure for ADD and ADHD that could really change your child for good, would you be interested? I would like to share three simple, inexpensive changes you can make to eliminate or greatly reduce the symptoms of ADD and ADHD.

1)  Eliminate all wheat, cow dairy, and refined sugar from your child’s diet. 

This is easier than ever with so many new grocery stores offering alternatives.  You can replace wheat products with rice products. Linda C’s Kitchen Table and  Elana’s Pantry offers up all manner of wheat and sugar free goodies you can bake to satisfy those yearnings for homemade treats.  Try her brownies or chocolate chip scones; simple to make and amazingly delicious.  Cow dairy can be replaced with almond milk, coconut milk or flax seed milk.  Butter is acceptable.  Goat and sheep cheese can be found in many varieties.  You can use agave syrup, maple syrup or coconut sugar for a sugar alternative. You can do this and it does make a difference.

2)  Use Amber glasses 2-3 hours before bedtime to minimize your child’s exposure to blue light.

We live in a culture with constant noise and unnatural light.  The environmental chaos is bound to have an effect on developing children.  (buy amber glasses here: lowbluelights.com)

Blue-blocking Glasses To Improve Sleep And ADHD Symptoms

ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 9, 2011:

Scientists at John Carroll University, working in its Lighting Innovations Institute, have developed an affordable accessory that appears to reduce the symptoms of ADHD. Their discovery also has also been shown to improve sleep patterns among people who have difficulty falling asleep. The John Carroll researchers have created glasses designed to block blue light, therefore altering a person’s circadian rhythm, which leads to improvement in ADHD symptoms and sleep disorders.

3)  Change a few things in your child’s environment. 

– Fill the child’s environment with your unsolicited, loving, positive, supportive attention.  

In his book, Scattered, Gabor Mate says, “Show me a child who can’t pay attention and I will show you a very sad child.”  He says that environmental factors play a huge part in the development of a child and that children who don’t pay attention have trained themselves to “look away” to avoid hurt or abandonment.  He makes a strong case for the attention deficit child needing “attention” and not getting it and so giving up to look away so as not to feel the loss.  In essence, the attention the ADD/ADHD child is lacking is from the parent.  Your ADD/ADHD child needs your positive loving attention in a consistent manner.  Your child is not deficit in brain chemicals; he is deficit in positive loving attention.  By filling this need in the child, he is more trusting of paying attention.  (Here’s where EPTworks can help the child and the family by releasing the sadness the child is looking away from and helping the family love each other more fully.)

-Enjoy a family meal together at home at the same time each day.

Everyone must sit together and enjoy the meal with healthy family conversation. No tv or devices allowed.  Your child’s brain development is dependent on structure.  Creating one dependable structure in your family routine such as a meal together at the same time each day, will help your child get the positive attention from you he needs and help his brain develop structure of paying attention.



EPTworks™ is More by Sherry Hamilton

May 16, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Forgiveness

Photo by Jenn Ocken Photography

More that just making a bad feeling go away.

That point in time when you can’t locate that pain you’ve carried and depended on for a point of reference is what I sought after.  For my own pain and now for others who I’ve helped walk through the EPTworks process for 20 years.  There is that definite point in the process when the pain ceases, and there is a relief.

But what comes after the bad feeling or pain is gone? 

               A new identity.

One woman I worked on who had carried a constant headache for over 25 years, said, “I’ll go home a new wife to my husband tonight.” She left in sort of a daze.  I was also amazed and intrigued that she never came to me again after that life-altering experience.  She paid her bill and left.  Emotions and the expression of love is the focus of EPTworks, not just the ceasing of pain.  Lives change when pain ceases.  When your pain has consumed so much attention, but now it’s not there is an odd place for many.

How you change your life in loving others is a completely new place when the pain ceases.  Some just go away because they used their pain to serve an internal need to isolate from intimacy in relationships.  Recognizing the resistance in myself to grow from

helplessness to helper;

self-justification to forgiveness;

limits on pleasure and gratitude to thankfulness in all things

is the greater shift away from pain.  This is more than letting go, but beginning something new and growing into a new experience that glorifies our Creator.  It feels great!  Seeing the process and going toward the points of resistance is important in EPTworks.  It becomes an amazing journey of self-awareness and courage to see that what I thought held me in it’s power no longer does.  Some statements for moving toward resistance to healing pain:

  • I forgive myself for believing I can’t live without this pain.
  • I forgive myself for using this pain as a block to my intimacy with others.
  • I forgive myself for depending on pain to express what I am unable or unwilling to express verbally.
  • I forgive myself for taking on pain as my expression of what I cannot make right for myself or for someone else.
  • I give others permission to forgive me for using my pain to keep me from intimacy with them.
  • I give myself permission to open up to a new feeling of compassion and intimacy with myself and to allow for the beginning of greater love and intimacy in my life and in my relationships.

Guest blogger: Sherry Hamilton



The Place Where Bad Habit Goes FOREVER and Good Habit Stays FOREVER by Sherry Hamilton

March 15, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Forgiveness, Health, Nutrition


by Jenn Ocken Photography

This week I had the pleasure, yes pleasure, to sit through a six hour lecture presented by Bill M. Kelley, Ph.D., from Dartmouth College.  I’ll spare you his titles, but the lecture was about the brain and habits.  How habits are formed, and why changing bad habits into good habits is hard for most people and near impossible for some people.  It really does require more than willpower, and knowing what is happening inside your gray matter can help ease the process.

Dr. Kelley showed that the brain is really good at short-cutting information to speed up your process to get something done.  We were given the simple task to see a word and tell what color the word was printed in.  The first word was “red” and it was printed in red.  Oh, so easy!  All 300 of us proclaimed “red.”  Then we had the word “blue” in blue.  We see the word and tell the color: “blue.”  Then with green we are forming a habit of seeing the word and telling its color.  After a couple of reds, blues and greens Dr. Kelley flashes a slide that is the word “green” printed in the color blue.  One third of the room proclaimed “green” the other two thirds were choking back the word and searching for the correct answer of “blue.”  That pause and need to stop and think about what I’m seeing and what information I’m supposed to be giving was a quick way to show that there is hesitation when something changes and upsets your habit.  The shortcut your brain set up for you didn’t work on every solution, and you paused to figure out your conflict and eventually come up with the solution.    When you want to change that habit, there is a pause. 

This pause is where you consciously have to stop and choose your action for the new outcome you are wanting. 

  1. Your Mind-Body is Smart and Efficient

Your mind-body sets up a habit and speeds up the processing like driving a race car on a super highway.  The more you do the same action, the more efficient you get at doing it.  You think you are driving that race car, but there is a chemical called dopamine who you gave the car keys to.  Dopamine is driving you to “do it again” and you are just along for the ride.  Sometimes you are blindfolded and gagged to represent your feeling of helplessness when you make choices and give into your bad or self-destructive habits.

  1. Your Mind-Body is Super-Duper Efficient

Not only does your mind-body set up your habits on familiar super highways, but your mind-body also keeps track of all the details leading up to your action, and sets them up as habits on super highways in your mind-body too!

  1. Key to Changing Out a Bad Habit for a Good Habit Requires Conscious Effort– Pause, Expend New Effort

Establishing a life-long good habit requires getting your body to agree it is a habit and to build for you a super highway bigger and better than the super highway you have up in your gray matter for your bad habit.  Really that’s all there is to it!  Being aware of what you are doing here is one of the keys to building a successful good habit super highway in your brain and body system.

  1. Make Your Choice More Attractive for Getting Your Greatest Reward:  Love

In EPTworks, making the good habit super highway bigger and better so the mind-body will choose it is based on attaching the positive emotional charge of true love to the new good habit. The Biblical truth that love is the greatest single power source we have access to is mankind’s greatest reward.  When my new good habit is rewarded with the best emotions and aspects of true love, then I will be drawn to choose that habit more often than my self-destructive habit. 

  1. EPTworks Therapy Makes the Bad Habit Super Highway Less Attractive Using:  Forgiveness

            Forgiving myself for believing what isn’t true about this bad habit makes it less attractive to me.

In letting go of a bad habit, there are usually reasons why we want to keep doing it.  EPTworks seeks out the long held beliefs that are giving value to your bad habit and making you want to “do it again”.  Using specific forgiveness for beliefs that aren’t true will neutralize the beliefs and allow the mind to resolve each conflict attached to the bad habit.  Using this therapy makes the bad habit super highway look even less attractive and easier to switch over to the new good habit super highway we are building bigger and better.

By guest blogger: Sherry Hamilton



Riding On the Gerbil Wheel of Destructive Habits by Sherry Hamilton

March 13, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Health, Nutrition


by Jenn Ocken Photography

(cue sound effects:  eee…ee..eee…ee… a squeaky wheel)

I Can’t Help It!!!  I Have To Do That.  I Did It Again!  I Can’t Live Without That.

  1. Consciously admit what is bad for you or bad for your future: Monthly binge on chocolate chip cookies to point of illness.
  2. Decide to take a different action for a better future: Stop binging on cookies.  Do something else with this time.
  3. Binge on chocolate chip cookies. Feel like a failure for not maintaining decision to not binge on chocolate chip cookies.
  4. Make a new plan with more specific aversion techniques so as to succeed next month: Binge on cookies; feel like a helpless failure and guilty for not following through with plan.
  5. Give up on better future: Give into binging.  Live with feeling of failure. Binge on cookies.  Feeling powerless.  No guilt because I’ve decided: I can’t help it.

About 25 years ago, I realized I had a self-destructive habit of binging on chocolate chip cookies once a month.  I recognized it was self-destructive because I would bake cookies and eat more than a dozen until I was sick and in pain.  I followed the above plan month after month for more than a decade with continued frustration.  I call it a ‘gerbil wheel’ because I went around and around with my inner conflict and my outer display for this nagging monthly dependence on chocolate chip cookies.

My sister, Dr. Annette Cargioli, DC, helped me make the first step in breaking this awful cycle of dependence while she was pioneering EPTworks.  After one 45 minute session, I didn’t binge or have the need to binge for 10 months!  It was freeing and odd at the same time.  I was waiting for the powerless need to drive me to the binge cycle and it didn’t come.  Then after 10 months it did come back.  I called her, and told her the magic stopped and I had a binge.  She explained there are triggers and aspects of this cycle.  The great news was we had effectively stopped the cycle once so we could probably keep interrupting the behavior with continued work.  She was right.  It was a process of a few more years of work with paying attention to what set me off or triggered me into the binge behavior.  I can say that I’m binge-free now, and much happier too. 

I say Annette saved my life because the mental and physical toll of the behavior was making my future good health and peace unattainable.


by Jenn Ocken Photography

by Guest Blogger: Sherry Hamilton



I Can’t Get That Song Out Of My Head!!

March 7, 2013 in Blog, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training, Forgiveness

People get stuck with a hurt feelings that they replay over and over long after it has occurred.  It is as though they keep running into that invisible emotional scarring and responding as though it is still happening to them.  Our automatic response of resistance or anger or hurt to these bad feelings is a natural built in mechanism to protect us from getting hurt like this in the future. This is the same mechanism that causes you to jump when you touch a cold stove because somewhere in memory you were once burned touching a hot stove.  Without even thinking it through, this automatic mechanism will drive your behavior so that you instantly pull away from the danger of the stove, responding to a previous memory.
What you may not realize, is that your unconscious memories are constantly influencing your behavior and how you feel.  So, what you are feeling in any moment may only be coming from the brain file of an old memory.  You may think you are super-frustrated with your boss for ordering you around like a child when you are really feeling frustration from age seven when your mom ordered you around with anger and stress.  You may think you are crazy for feeling depressed years after a divorce when you are really feeling the loss of your family at age six when your brother died of leukemia and the family was changed forever.
EPTworks has a simple three step system that allows you to quickly

1) Find it.

Identify the original exact memory that keeps playing over and over in your life including your age,  the emotions you stored in that memory and the story you told yourself in that memory that limits your life now.

2) Fix it.

You can interrupt the “song” that keeps playing in your life over and over by yourself with tapping or with the loving support of another person with brief magnetic energy placement and simple breathwork.

3) Forgive it.

Every time you open up an old memory or story you told yourself, you have the chance to heal your soul with forgiveness. In EPTworks forgiveness is the most important part of any healing endeavor.  Every time you willingly forgive, you make the world a better place.

Are You Living Your Dream?

February 25, 2013 in Blog, Business, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training

Guest writer, Penny Langley, reflects on some of her experiences at EPTworks BusinessWorks Retreat.  Read and live the dream:

EPTworks Leadership Council from left: Jenn, Penny, Linda, Annette, Rhonda, Sherry

A rainbow greets us as we mount the top of the hill in beautiful Ocho Rios.  What does a Chiropractor, weight loss consultant, photographer, marriage counselor, massage therapist, and meditative techniques consultant have in common? We are living our Dream! Today, our “work” involves overcoming personal fears, letting go of stress and worries, and living in the now. Our mission for the day…TO CLIMB A WATERFALL…and get this…it’s in Jamaica!! Holding hands as a sign of support and unity, we take step after slippery step along moss covered rocks as we make the steep upward climb. We stop along the way to take time to play, using rocks as water slides, diving into pools of water and receiving water massages in a way that only nature can deliver…from water rushing over the falls.  

Why is this possible? We are all enjoying the financial growth of our businesses, companies WE own…the careers of our dreams!   Our success has been enhanced by BizWorks, a business course that facilitates you through the learning process of business visioning, sales projections, budget preparation and the creation of a business plan.  In BizWorks you will also receive a private EPT consultation with Dr. Annette Cargioli, the developer of a revolutionary healing system that will align your energy systems with personal and business success.  

It’s an amazing story.  Make it YOUR story.  Sign up for BizWorks today.  Live the Dream!   


Penny Langley

Chief Inspiration Officer, Healing Gardens Studio One

-guest writer



Manifesting What You Really Want in Your Life (Part 3)

February 15, 2013 in Blog, Business, Emotional Healing, Emotional Healing Training

In my last post, I walked you through getting clarity on “where you are”.  These descriptions of how you currently experience your business or work represent your minds internal representations of what your business is.  Due to the huge amount of attention you may be giving to your current internal representations, you are powerfully recreating exactly what you have come to know on a daily basis.  Isn’t it great to know, there is nothing wrong with you?  You are powerfully creating your current existence over and over again based on the internal representations you created and installed.  Be compassionate with yourself.  You have stuck with the only things you have known and without even being aware, you have recreated these things in your life over and over.

Did you get that?  Things aren’t happening to you. You are creating what is happening.  You create what is happening by where you place your mind’s attention.  If you want to discover where you are putting your mind’s attention, just look at where you are.  If you are in chronically in debt or cash poor that is an indication that your internal unconscious attention is fixed on debt and poverty.  You don’t need more money.  You need greater awareness.  You have to take your focus off what you know or have known and fix your focus on what you have not known.

When you understand how our brains and neurological filing systems work, then you realize that creating something you don’t know and shifting your attention from what you know to what you don’t know is nothing short of miraculous.

Because, up until now you have mostly created what you know, it is a lot easier to get clarity on “where you are”.  Now it is time to get clarity on “where you want to be”.  We’ll call that Boston.  Let’s say you don’t know anything about Boston but you want to go there.  You can only imagine Boston in comparison to where you have been or where you are.  This is an example of how you may put attention on Indianapolis and what you know about Indianapolis when you think of Boston—because you don’t know Boston.  In describing exactly where you want to be in your business, it can be difficult to create something new, that isn’t just defined by opposing where you are.  It is possible to dream a bigger dream, to step out of what you know into what God knows for your life.  I’ve warned you this can be more challenging, but I believe in you.  You can do it.

Start writing your list describing where you choose to be in your business.

  • How many hours per week do you work?
  • What is your annual business income?
  • What are your annual business expenses? (or what percentage of business income is expense related)
  • How much do you pay yourself?  Include business perks as well.
  • What is your biggest “problem” in your business that prevents you from expanding into more success?
  • What do you love in your business?  What kind of people do you have as clients?
  • What is most exciting about your business?
  • Do you enjoy your business “where you want it to be”?
  • What would make your business “where you want it to be” more enjoyable for you?
  • What do you LOVE about this business?
  • What do you FEAR about this business?

When you finish this list, you will have defined “Where you are” and “Where you want to be”.  Good job!!  You may notice there is a gap between these two locations.  All you need to cross that gap are the same skills you already use to drive from Indianapolis to Boston.

In part 4 of Manifesting What You Really Want in Your Life I’ll explain how you can cross that “gap” in the fastest most enjoyable way possible.

Penny Langley is a masterful facilitator at EPTworks Business Works Retreat.  Her expertise is in helping people connect to their bigger dream, the one they have not known and to connect people to the financial reality that exists in their dream.  Consider joining Penny and I for an amazing Retreat that will open you up to the amazing business you are dreaming of and position you on the path to manifest your business dream.

EPTworks Business Works takes place in Indianapolis March 1-3.