Category Archives: Sensational Service

Interested in learning how to serve in a way that attracts loyalty? Here you will find articles to help you better listen and express yourself in a way that makes the person you are talking with feel special.

Sensational Selling with Conscious Body Language, by Kurt Larsson

Sensational  Selling with Conscious Body Language, by Kurt Larsson Whether the transaction involves money or not, to get someone to purchase what you are selling you need to convince everyone that the value you offer is worth the price you are asking. One of the biggest contributions to this desired outcome is conscious, powerful and…

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Senseless or Sensational, Your future; your choice By Kurt Larsson

Senseless or Sensational, Your future; your choice, By Kurt Larsson Becoming sensational and daring to use your senses makes much more sense than the non-sense of being senseless. That is if you have the common sense left to really sense what it means to be human. The bloodbath at the African Shopping Mall is just…

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The Responsibility of Taking a good Bodywork session, Kurt Larsson

The Responsibility of Taking a good Bodywork session, By Kurt Larsson Taking any kind of a bodywork session and getting to the ”goal” of feeling healthier, happier and more prosperous, you definitely run the risk of awakening some uncomfortable memories. Every competent bodyworker understands this and it is something of which you need be conscious.…

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Learning and winning, By Kurt Larsson

Learning and winning, By Kurt Larsson This may sound so evident that it verges on ridiculous, but there is a distinct difference between learning and winning.  How many times have you tried to change the behavior of someone you are close to only to wind up in a debate? Even though the subject maybe as…

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Empowering versus Enabling, By Kurt Larsson

Empowering versus Enabling, By Kurt Larsson Empowering someone is a magical process especially when that person is used to being enabled. Although it is much easier to say yes when someone, often kindly, says ”there, there, let me help you”, how much do you learn and how much more proficient are you at doing that task…

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Non-Intrusive acceptance, By Kurt Larsson

Non-Intrusive acceptance, By Kurt Larsson Another key factor which distinguishes Body Harmony® from many other forms of bodywork is its non-intrusiveness. Great results come from a practitioner’s ability to invite and suggest how to explore even more deeply regarding ”The Issue in The Tissue”. The more you gain your client’s trust and acceptance the more…

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Listening and Body Harmony By Kurt Larsson

Listening and Body Harmony,  By Kurt Larsson Listening with all the senses is one of the reasons why working with the common sense and magic of the body is at least as effective as many of the medications we have now been trained to take. Since there are no measurable side-effects from working with your…

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Lessons in Leadership, as demonstrated by The Boss, By Kurt Larsson

Last Night I got yet another chance to see Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band play. It was an inspiring spectacle behold from an entertainment standpoint and also from a leadership standpoint. Again citing Grace Hopper, ”You manage things and you lead people”. Last night it was a pleasure to feel served, to follow someone…

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Bodywork and Business, a sensational combination, by Kurt Larsson

One of the biggest challenges going forward is keeping the relational side of business in balance with the transactional side. The more we come to rely on machines and computers for commerce the more challenging it becomes for us who still like to do business with a personal touch. The risk of being locked up…

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The Common Sense of Common Sense, by Kurt Larsson

What makes common sense different from other forms of knowledge? Common Sense in its purest form is something so basic, simple and understandable that its logic is unassailable. From Etymonline.com: The origins of the word comes from the 14th century, originally the power of uniting mentally the impressions conveyed by the five physical senses, thus…

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