This morning, I was doing my daily spiritual readings and I stumbled upon something I needed to be reminded of. Seeds need dirt and water (mud) to grow.
See the person inside the personas you meet. Find out one new, non-professional, thing about the people in your immediate circle. What did you discover?
How can you bring your walls down, just a little, and operate in your relationships as your singular, unique, self? How can you be unabashedly unafraid to really be you?
“Profit First,” the new book by one of my favorite mentors Mike Michalowicz, makes a stunning suggestion. The longer you have been an entrepreneur, the more stunned you will be. Also, the more it will change your life.
Blank canvases are filled with possibility. When you can quiet your mind and listen to what inspires you, it’s amazing where life leads.
As people who serve others, in whatever capacity, as employees, business owners, husbands, wives, mothers, we are susceptible to the contractor’s dilemma.
There is a Chinese proverb that says, ““You cannot give from an empty vessel. To give to others, you must fill yourself.” This is what dating yourself is all about.
I realized a significant shift in how I felt after my spiritual practices if I picked up my phone and checked my Facebook page. I realized anything I uncovered through my other positive practices was significantly dulled if not replaced by other feelings.
When what you want is being denied at every turn, doors are slammed in your face, “no” is the only word you hear, and you are being beat down in various ways every day, maybe it’s the universe whispering not so subtly that you need to go another way.