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indy Wenger


Dovetailing


Businesses Cindy, with great focus


on balancing all the working parts of her personal and profes- sional life, manages to run two businesses, Peaceable King- dom Essentials and Peaceable Kingdom Animal Communica- tions. Each is a complement to the other.


Her years of experience as an animal communicator led to the development of her line of herbal products that help with pets’ health and behavioral issues.


“I have spent more than 15 years working with clients and their pets. The Peaceable Kingdom Essentials products, es- tablished in 2010, evolved from the frustration I was hearing from clients regarding their pets' health,” says Cindy.


“I found that there was a growing demand for quality, natural, organic products for pets. Pollution, poor nutrition, processed foods, stress and an overall unhealthy lifestyle can be contrib- uting factors to a variety of health issues. Physical, emotional and mental conditions and illnesses that are very similar to those experienced by humans are now becoming more com- mon in our pets,” she continues.


A Special Affinity Cindy, who has felt closely connected to animals since child- hood, offers compassionate support for a pet's body, mind, spirit and emotions. “I address health and behavioral issues through employing telepathic communication and being a medical intuitive,” she explains. “The informative communi- cation sessions help my clientele understand their pets’ needs, and help foster a better understanding and deeper bond be- tween them.”


Special Story One scenario Cindy re- counts is this. “I had a cli- ent a few years ago that spent $7,000 on his dog to try and save him. The dog was very ill and had gone through a battery of tests. The dog’s owner called me as a last resort.


“Being medically intuitive, I was able to relay to him what I was feeling from his dog. I suggested he talk to his vet about one more test that I felt would confirm the health issue. I re- ceived a letter a week later telling me that the dog was on the way to recovery as a result of the session we’d had. It was one of the most memorable sessions. Anytime I am able to help an animal, whether they are lost, sick or just misunderstood, it is a blessing.”


Sweet Spot To achieve balance, Cindy focuses on the difference between consistent activity and constant activity. “I've found that con- sistent activity over time generates results. On the other hand, constant activity over time generates pressure, burn-out, and dissatisfaction.”


She also makes a plan to increase her business, identifies spe- cific goals, then sets up doable steps to make this happen. “That may mean making additional phone calls each day, set- ting up an email campaign, looking at my hours of operation, redesigning my website, or extending my service/product line,” Cindy explains.


She continues, “I plant now for future rewards. For example, I invest in some education or join an association or networking group (seeds), have patience, nurture and practice what is learned, then reap the benefits as new skills, clients or re- sources start to emerge.”


Contact Cindy Wenger at 717-566-0922 or info@PeaceableKingdomAC.com


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