Highly successful people know there are no limits to what a person has the opportune to obtain, if they are willing to put in some effort and step out of their comfort zone and try something new. … More Key to Success #12 – Seek Continuous Improvement
Do overs are always given,
but it’s what I do with them that matters.
I have to show up
and keep practicing. … More Do Overs
Sometimes all it takes,
is a step in the right direction. … More One Step at a Time
I go into meditation and ask,
“What do I need to heal?”
They always give me the answer.
… More Health: The Caretaker
Do you ever give yourself permission to do only what you love? … More Permission to Do What You Love
Four legs to the table of life:
physical, mental, emotional,
and spiritual health. … More Four Aspects to a Balanced Life
I am going to share a little secret with you I plan what I am going to write at least one to two weeks in advanced And when I was planning the whole Road Construction series I thought I had enough material to last two weeks But there’s another secrete: I don’t come up with … More Stop, Drop, and Roll!
Sunday I wrote about how our outer lives often reflect our inner ones And I admitted that perhaps my inner life must be going under a lot of construction lately for three out of the four roads I take to work are under serious construction The very word construction means to build And before anything … More Be Prepared to Stop
Now that you have your mantra your long-term goal for your life it is time to develop: Blissapline Blissapline was a term devised by Vishen Kakhiani founder of Mindvalley Blissapline is basically the art of taking at least 15 minutes a day to truly sit down and visualize your ultimate dream and how your day … More Developing Blissapline
Yesterday I had you think about what was going on in your life physically mentally emotionally and spiritually I asked you to think about what was going well and what was not going well If things weren’t going so well I asked you to reflect it back into positive terms For example: I am tired … More Developing Your Mantra (or long-term goal)