Good Monday evening, my friends. A better world; it’s the age-old aspiration of human beings. We want to improve the world and leave something better for our children and grandchildren.
There’s no magic pill that will get us there. It’s the labor of one person multiplied around the planet making this moment, this day, one life a little better.
The fact that it’s challenging must not deter us. We were hired, in a way, to come here to this challenging time and this challenging place to be the difference the world needs.
You might be wondering, “Am I really equipped to take on the daunting tasks of our moment in time?” I assure you. You’re not only capable. You’re uniquely qualified to be the antidote to the negativity that poisons this period of history.
Be bold. Be true to principles that don’t change based on who’s in office or the latest fad. Hold fast to the belief that humanity can have and will have a bright and illustrious future and that you play an irreplaceable role in making it happen.
I believe in you. Meet me halfway and believe in you too!
Change! It’s among the most inevitable processes we humans deal with in this existence. We can’t stop it, but we can accept it and we can own our power to direct it.
We need not be its victim. We have choices and we have ownership of many if not most of the ways our lives change by the second, by the day, or by the year.
This 5-Minute Video Affirmations video is packed with 10 affirmations that give help you accept change and the ownership role you have for it in your life.
Remember, to be effective, affirmations should be listened to regularly for about three weeks and then periodically afterwards. If change is on your personal development agenda right now, please bookmark this video and listen regularly for a while.
Wherever you are on your journey today, my friend, I believe in you and I know you’re on your way to a beautiful destiny.
Happy weekend, my friends! Success and failure are two words we use describe the quality of the results we achieve in our lives.
We often evaluate ourselves using these words and others do as well. We tend to evaluate our relationships, our finances, our careers, and other aspects of our lives in these stark terms, as if we get a pass or fail grade.
At their worst, these two words can paralyze us. We can become afraid of both failure and success. So, we get stuck or do just enough to keep us in a murky mediocrity that cannot be described with either word.
A few years ago, I wrote a very brief parable about a simple way to release ourselves from the twin fears of failure and success.
I recorded it this evening and posted it to my YouTube channel. I hope you’ll find it useful in moving these two words out of the road that leads to your dreams,
Wherever you are on your journey today, remember to let your kindness start with you.
Hey, my friends, happy Sunday! I’m starting a new series of posts on thoughts that would transform the world.
I discovered this tweet this morning by a guy named Aaron Will. It immediately struck me as powerful and a real duh.
Why is our educational system set up to make us workers that give the best hours of our days for the best years of our lives rather than teaching us how become abundant and thrive early in life?
Certainly, we’re not here on this Earth only to labor in someone else’s fields most of our lives for two weeks vacation each year and the hope of a few good years to ourselves at the end.
While it would be nice to see an educational system committed to such lofty and aspirational goals, we can’t afford to wait,
It’s up to us to create the life we seek. It’s up to us to do those things that bring us bliss. It’s up to us create revenue streams that, whether they get us completely out of the work-a-day world or not, set us up to live the life we want and provide us choices.