Wow. Think that one through for a moment. I seize opportunities immediately if said opportunities vibe with my vision. I never turn down opportunities aligned with my fear because I released that fear a long time ago. New me rejects opportunities not aligned with my vision. I let go from an energy of abundance because
We all like to surround ourselves with people who are like us, who agree with us. But what if we intentionally surrounded ourselves with people that disagree with us? That’s exactly what Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of The United States, did when creating his cabinet. Our book selection this month tells the story of
For odd reasons, ego creates this excuse regarding happy people: “Well, that person is happy because they did not need to face all the problems, pains and suffering I am facing now.” False. But ego loves honoring illusions. Ego believes happy people are robots, not human beings. Ego turns sentient, feeling human beings into God,
Notice humanity leaving the Matrix. Seriously. Observe it to gain a sense of knowing. You and I are evolving. Human beings are finally beginning to understand on a global scale that we are free. We can all live with compassion, decency in equality and help each other prosper from an abundant energy. I rarely follow
Fear. Fear bonds you to your attachments. Your fear attaches you to things, people, places and circumstances. Example; I sit down to write this post now. But I hesitated for a few moments because I feared my oatmeal and coffee getting cold. I am fairly detached from food. I eat beans for lunch, for the
I’ve read thousands, if not tens of thousands of books over the years. I am the owner and CEO of a multi-million dollar tech company, have served as a director for several company boards, and have a great family, so I believe I would be considered successful by most people’s standards. So is it my
Hi Don, I think saying no to something you don't want to do is the hardest thing! But you must learn to if you don't want life to control you and be in control of your own life! I love trying new things as they do expand my horizons and give me confidence when I do the harder things. Recently I went on a hike with a bunch of strangers. It was hard but nice to chat with new folks in the area 🙂 It is how we grow as individuals!
Nice Lisa, I love to hike :). Saying no is one of the hardest things for me too, but it has been very freeing to get comfortable doing that.