“Inasmuch as we cannot meet a problem on the level of the problem, we must rise above the level of appearance in order to bring out the harmony of being. That which is visible to the five senses is not the reality of things; therefore, we cannot think from that level. Disregarding appearances, we turn … Continue reading Problem Solving
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” “Yet the most effective managers reject it. Why? Because if the focus of your life is to turn your nontalents, such as empathy or strategic thinking or persuasiveness, into talents, then it will be a crushingly frustrating life.”…”But persistence directed primarily toward your nontalents is self-destructive–no … Continue reading Can you become something you are not?
I would like to thank Shivi for the nomination. Check out her blog at https://shivictionary.wordpress.com/
We choose how to respond to external or outside influences at any given moment. When we release our limiting belief patterns, we change how we respond to events and act from a place of internal Power, creating conditions in our life aligned with our Highest Good. Fears, doubts, and lack of confidence occur when we … Continue reading Frame of Reference
Principled leadership is the learned ability of an individual or group to recognize and envision the power in themselves and each other to manifest experiences for their highest good, moment to moment, regardless of influences of the past or expectations of the future, to produce results that evolve the experiences of others in the direction … Continue reading Principled Leadership
I can’t listen to the news or read Facebook entries without thinking how much we are all absorbed by time. The past, present, and future – our heads jump from one to the other as if our minds had cubicles for each. Most of us spend little “time” in the present, at least in our … Continue reading Mindful of the Moment
This is a must read for anyone in recovery. The author’s “Stash and Hustle” model gives those in recovery and their family members a readable understanding of the psychological cycle of addiction. The author emphasizes the importance of developing a personal worldview of our “Higher Power” and how it works in our life. He suggests … Continue reading Rocketed Review