The Spiritual Path To Building Your Business Workbook is not just a helpful compendium to The Spiritual Path To Building Your Business book. It is an amazing resource in its own right in helping all... More > workers and business owners reach one's maximum peak in one's vocational life.< Less
“I am interested in referring to an acupuncturist, I just don't know how.”
Ethan Borg, M.A.OM., L.Ac., has heard this phrase from physicians and other medical providers in hospital... More > settings, department meetings, medical school classrooms, and medical rounds.
It's not that you don't know how to make a referral, it's that you simply have questions that have never been adequately answered.
This comprehensive guide answers your questions and provides the most pertinent information you need to know to locate a competent, professional acupuncturist in your area.< Less
From the classics of Chinese medicine comes a totally new perspective on what it takes to succeed in the rough and tumble world of modern business.
Welcome to Alice's rabbit hole. Everything you... More > ever thought you knew about running a business is about to be turned on its head, starting at the beginning. What is a business? It is a spiritual entity that is completely separate from you! You may have created it but you're in for a shock if you think you can control it all alone.< Less
Welcome to Alice's rabbit hole. Everything you ever thought you knew about running a business is about to be turned on its head. What is a business? It is a spiritual entity that is completely... More > separate from you! Don't know much about raising a spiritual entity? Well this might just explain why most people find running a business akin to riding a roller coaster with unpredictable highs and stomach churning lows.
There is, however, one saving grace that can make the difference between the success or failure of your business: we are all connected. The individualistic path is wrong. You are not all alone.
From classical Chinese theory comes a startling new perspective on what it takes to succeed in the rough and tumble world of modern business.< Less