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PONDERINGS FROM THE PERCH

08/09/2019

Priscilla and Wendy Yellen Talk About Transformation

Life is tough and busy, and everyone is looking for a quick fix for problems within their family, business, and overall livelihood. In this episode of Ponderings from the Perch, Priscilla talks with Wendy Yellen, who believes the best solution for managing our lives isn’t a band-aid, rather a deep understanding of our brain through the power of Eidetics. Eidetic Image Therapy is defined as a system of psychotherapy.

The method of Eidetic therapy techniques and exercises have been successful in altering everyday behavior and more importantly, in strengthening emotional and physical health.
Wendy has introduced thousands of men and women around the world to the evidence-based treatment of Eidetics. This practice, based on Ancient Greek knowledge and 21st century science, enables business people and creatives to unlock their full potential and remove the weight of old, often “unseen” vulnerabilities which have been holding them back.

Listen to the whole podcast to hear Priscilla and Wendy talk about this ancient form of knowledge that has been molded to help the modern entrepreneur and business owners find their own personal “ruts in energy” so they can address those issues and operate at full capacity.

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Ponderings from the Perch

Conversations with Priscilla McKinney, founder and President of Little Bird Marketing, a boutique marketing firm specializing in "better than your average bear" branding design and campaigns. As a marketing principal and serial entrepreneur topics range from marketing best practices to the reality of running a business, managing creatives, company culture, and other marketing oddities.