Month: February 2016

Find your tribe

February 29, 2016

One way to hinder achievement and life satisfaction is to spend time with the wrong people. By wrong people I don’t mean bad people — just people who may be negative, unfocused, and who may try to drag you into their drama. Spend time with the right people! Being with the right people can be…

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True Believer – Nelson Mandela

February 22, 2016

Nelson Mandela was a man who, despite spending nearly 30 years in prison, kept the hope and embodied the qualities of a True Believer. Nelson Mandela was born in 1918 in Cape Provence, South Africa. He was the son of a chief and so received the best education available to a native African at that…

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Don’t rescue non-believers

February 14, 2016

Even though we are holding a space for non-believers it doesn’t mean we should rescue them. When we rescue non-believers it not only uses up our time and energy, but it can also rob the non-believer of an opportunity to learn and grow from encountering their own life experiences and setbacks. There are two types…

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Beat the overwhelm

February 7, 2016

It’s no wonder many are riddled with doubt as we live in a fast-paced world — often with overstimulation and overwhelm, bringing with it more stress than ever before. Facts that matter: 1. In the Western world the standard of living continues to improve but the quality of life is going down, with stress and…

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Checking in on reality

February 2, 2016

In between your vision of imagining what is possible and creating your reality lies the crucial step of checking in. Even though we have a vision, we also need to check-in and know what the current reality is — what actually exists. And although positive delusion is a quality for belief also, without a check-in…

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