You cannot change other people, you can only change yourself.
Live the mantra, "I Can. I want to. I Choose to." When you see yourself as Worthy of health, happiness and success, all things become possible.
If you don't know what you want, does it matter what you get? Well...yes, but the lack of focus just gets you stressed. Imagine if you did know what you want, then you could enjoy the desserts.
Be artful in looking past a simple Yes or No. New Options discriminate between needs and wants, and generally strive toward mutual benefits.
As an experienced Speaker, Teacher, Trainer and Consultant, Dr. Kweethai can customize her message to a variety of formats, from a 20-minute keynote for a large audience to a small-group, extended training spanning multiple days.
Dr. Kweethai's audiences find themselves inspired and motivated to act on changes that improve their quality of work, life and relationships.
An interviewer once told Dr. Kweethai, "After looking at your resume I expected to see someone who was eighty years old." A rolling stone may gather no moss, but Dr. Kweethai's keen intellect acts more like a snowball; constantly accumulating new knowledge and experiences, which she then applies to personalize her work and presentations.
Dr. Kweethai's presentation themes consistently emphasize the importance of placing Spirit first in the Mind-Body-Spirit paradigm of positive health and wellness. But she effectively varies her delivery and terminology based on the size, age and background of each audience.
In February 2016, Dr. Kweethai spoke to the Fort Worth Area Association of Marriage & Family Therapists (FWAAMFT). After a brief description of hypnotherapy, she delves into the specifics of how she uses specific language traits to influence positive change in her clients.
In July 2015, Dr. Kweethai spoke to the Arizona Society for Professional Hypnosis. The session included a reading from her new book, How to Build a $ix-Figure Hypnotherapy Practice, and a demonstration of how she has integrated energy medicine into her practice of