[L]earn and execute. It's common for people to either learn too much and execute too little, or learn too little and execute too much. This balance is very powerful and important to keep in check. - Johannes Larsson This is some of the best advice I've read recently regarding starting an online business. Maybe it's because the … Continue reading Solid Advice for Online Success
If your desire is not in line with the action you take, you will most likely not reach your desired result. You must learn to start where you are, not where you want to be. It is a misconception that taking action is the key to success. Even when those who are successful … Continue reading Start Where You Are, Not Where You Want to Be
You can get a prescription and take a pill on a daily basis to tend to your problem or you change your perception of the problem and apply that new perception on a daily basis. Consult your doctor. Listen to yourself. It's your choice.
I am repeatedly being drawn back to "the process". And thankfully, I enjoy it. There's something about being entrenched in it - not lost, not frustrated, not depressed - that makes me feel alive. I was reminded of this from an email I just received from David Siteman Garland. David creates and teaches people how … Continue reading More About the Process (Reaching your desired outcome)
It wasn't my intention to give progress reports or updates about my decision to listen to the guided meditations, but since I did the first one last month, I figured I would follow up. The meditations I listen to are: Getting into the Vortex: Guided Meditations Book and CD by Esther and Jerry Hicks Things I … Continue reading Meditation Update: Getting Into the Vortex
[The original title was Do You Trust Science/Research or Your Own Experience?] I'm not really sure if trust is the best word to use for the title, but the headline was spurred by my coming across James Clear. James helps you understand and develop better habits based on proven scientific research. Maybe I'm just being a jerk … Continue reading Are You Influenced by Science/Research or Your Own Experience?