Eliminate Your Ego and Become a Superhero
So how do you become faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? It’s simple. As a servant leader you must be willing to C.H.A.N.G.E.Pursuing Your Purpose
Why is it important to figure out your purpose? Many people often go through life aimlessly-as long as they have the basic necessities they do not aspire for more. An equal, or even more, number of people are on the other end-trying to find meaning in their life and figure out what they can and should do in the short and limited time they have on this earth.The Time I Almost Interviewed President Carter
Even though I’d blown it, President Carter had given me a chance, thereby positively reinforcing my resourcefulness and initial boldness. I fancy that Carter knew entirely what I was doing as an inexperienced writer trying to pull off a coup. In the arena of risking, it takes one combatant to know another.6.0 Five Questions to Ask Yourself: Question 5: Am I a Victim or a Victor?
For review, here are the first four questions to ask yourself when thinking about your own personal success: · Q1: Which is easier to accomplish: to make the world adjust to my particular needs or for me to adjust to the world as it is today? · Q2: Who is best suited to fix my personal problems, politicians in Washington DC or me? · Q3: Which will ultimately result in a better me: continued dependency or self-reliance?When Less Really Is More
The culmination of weeks of job hunting has boiled down to two specific jobs. Job one is a definite and job two is 95% a sure thing. Job one leaves next Tuesday and job two would leave in two weeks.Cocooning Yourself Into Oblivion
I’ve noticed that I count days – 81 days since I closed the bakery, 17 days since I stopped bartending, 9 days since my last blog post and 3 days since I left the apartment. In the last almost 3 weeks I’ve read 4 books. While that may sound envious, it’s not good; it’s not good at all.Energy Healing – Why You Need to Set Strong Boundaries
“A healer is not a bus; you don’t have to take on everyone who shows up!” – Kumari. I have met many energy healers, intuitives, bodyworkers, therapists, psychics and other spiritually oriented people who have allowed deeply disturbing situations and have accepted disempowering beliefs due to a perceived “moral obligation” to take on everyone who comes to them. For instance, I have worked with shamans who can’t sleep because they feel they must serve every Spirit that knocks on their door; day and night their etheric “waiting room” is chock full of ancestors demanding…Want to Know How to Connect the Dots of What You See and What You Don’t?
Learn how to figure things out. Because figuring things out is a form of learning. Connecting the dots and figuring out how everything works is a way to learn. So instead of trying to learn your normal way, turn your learning into a mystery and build the clues to discover the truth of what you study.Failed or Falling Down?
When you think that you’ve failed and are weighed down at being a failure, take it from babies… You have not failed and you’re not a failure… You are just falling down.What Does Your Wardrobe Say About You?
Have you ever worn an outfit that made you feel confident and ready to take on whatever comes your way? As it turns out, you’re not just imagining that empowered feeling you have when you rock your favorite dress or suit…Where There’s No Change, There’s No Growth
When change is recommended, it is often met with opposition. People tend to fear change. They often believe that if you’ve been doing something a certain way for an extended amount of time, it is the best way to do things.Why Wait? Laugh Now!
I’m sure you’ve heard it before: everything happens for a reason. Sometimes that feels right and makes perfect sense and sometimes we find ourselves bristling – saying ‘yeah right’ or ‘whatever’.