My sister broke her wrist a few months ago and, although she is still in pain and has nowhere near full use of her wrist, both the surgeon and the physical therapist are telling her not to expect much more improvement. After talking with her by phone, I wrote her a note to further encourage her and help her remember her power. With a few edits, here is that email: [Read More. . .]
One of my stellar clients [they’re all stellar!] wrote on his Session Prep Form that he had received yet another promotion at work and his co-workers were teasing him about “building an empire.”
He also said co-workers have been asking him how he does it, i.e., how he continues to receive promotions and expand his team and excel at a pace that is unfamiliar for most. Plus, he’s only 31 years old and most of his direct reports are significantly older. [Read More. . .]
“Abundance expands proportionately to match desires.”
According to the Law of Attraction, you’re a magnet attracting into your life whatever you focus on. It is, therefore, a wise course of action to focus on what you DO want rather than what you DON’T want. Like attracts like, right?
Whether you’re currently living a life of wealth, poverty, or somewhere in between, it’s all determined by your money mindset. And your money mindset comes from your subconscious programming. [Read More. . .]
“A man sees in the world what he carries in his heart.”
The title of this article is, of course, a take-off on the popular 1978 book, When Bad Things Happen to Good People. I never actually read the book, so I don’t know how the author explains this concept. I imagine, since it was written by a rabbi, that the answer has something to do with God’s plan and perhaps the value of overcoming difficulties [turning poison into medicine, as the Buddhists say.]
Over the years, my own answer to the question of why bad things happen to good people has changed dramatically. For example, in my 20’s, I may have responded that life is inherently unfair. A decade or so later, I would have played the karma card – bad things happen to good people as karmic retribution for misdeeds in a past life. [Read More. . .]
According to quantum physics, time doesn’t actually exist. In fact, Einstein postulated that past, present and future are all happening simultaneously.
While that may be true, most of us live by the clock and time is very real to us. We often lead such busy lives that the thought of having more of that precious resource we call time would be a godsend.
Many successful yet overly busy Americans now consider time to be an even more precious resource than money – often feeling cash-rich but time-poor. [Read More. . .]