• Using quantum mechanics in everyday life
• “You create the outcome of your life from within you and your own power”
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The writer Agatha Christie had her famous fictional detective Hercule Poirot solve crimes using the “little gray cells” of his brain. Our CVBT interview guest today says we can solve many of our own problems using something much smaller than little gray cells
Janey McKee says we need to use an aspect of quantum mechanics to achieve real success in business and life.
Quantum mechanics holds that nothing is solid, but rather, everything is in fact energy. And, contends Ms McKee, the energy that we give off from the feelings that our thoughts generate may affect our reality more than we ever knew.
“You create the outcome of your life from within you and your own power,” says Ms. McKee.
Although armed with an MBA from the prestigious University of Pittsburgh, Ms. McKee says her outlook on life was shaped by horrendous, personal experiences.
Janet McKee reveals what events shaped her new path and how she is now helping other business leaders redirect their energies for success in this CVBT Audio and Video Interview.
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