Thursday, November 17, 2016

You Say You Want Abundance...But Do You? Really?

If you want true prosperity, it's here for the taking. It's also here for the leaving, if that's your choice.

In my many years of teaching, preaching and screeching, one bellow I have heard more than almost any other:

I want to be more prosperous, abundant, and joyful. What am I doing wrong?

Years later, I am still hearing it, often from the same folks!

With that in mind, I want to share T. Harv Eker's Prosperity Declaration. It covers all bases and if you take it to heart, read it daily, say it over and over to yourself, one of two things will happen: You will discover that you really don't want so much abundance after all, that you're content right where you are. Or, you will step into the rarified air of the Prosperity Mindset. (You'll notice it's not nearly as crowded here.) 

Here you go. Take it or leave it. Your call.

I act in spite of any fear.
I act in spite of any doubt.
I act in spite of any worry.
I act in spite of inconvenience.
I act in spite of any discomfort.
I act even when I'm not in the mood.
I have an abundant mind.

And repeat after me:

My life is blessed, and I share it with the world.

If you're serious, you will discover which camp you're in. content with self pity, or rich with possibility.

Have fun. Life is only drudgery if you thing so.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

How to Heal After a Challenging Election

Change really is the only constant. Damn it. 

I found this list in a 2005 book by David Kicho titled The Five Things We Cannot Change...and the Happiness We Find by Embracing Them. I thought it only apropos since we just went through a rather jarring election.

With a rather daunting outcome. Most of us didn't expect a President Elect Donald Trump!

Be brave as you hold this simple list to your heart:

1. Everything changes and ends.
2. Things do not always go according to plan.
3. Life is not always fair.
4. Pain is part of life.
5. People are not loving and logical all the time.

So, as you move through your day, remember, this too shall pass.

And 2018 is not that far away.