When you find evidence of dreams come true in your current reality — even if it’s a stretch to do so –you take the neediness vibe out of your aspirations, and when you’re less desperate you think more clearly and act more calmly…
Month: April 2012
My entrepreneurial sister and dance floor partner, Marie Forleo and I got gritty about visualization techniques and manifestation and all the misguided hooey that I think gets in the way of truly powerful inner perceptions.
We did it! We launched THE FIRE STARTER SESSIONS into the world like a rocket. The reviews are raving and the parties were magic. Hardcover, digital, audio… your FIRE STARTER awaits. Thank you, thank you for fanning these flames. I’ll be writing more next week about what’s been happening since launch day.
Some kids dreamed of accepting The Academy Award. I dreamed of book launch parties.
“Obligation” is a heavy duty word. You can hardly squeeze a quarter cup of vitality from it. By it’s very nature, it restrains, binds, and requires obedience. Energetically, “obligation” blows. Strike “obligation”, insert: “choice”. You’ve got free will. All of it is a choice. Even if you have to decide to rise to each committed occasion, you are choosing to be moral, loving, responsible, integrous. No victimhood, no obedience, no torture. Just free will…
We’re taking a field trip for today’s Burning Question! I signed your permission slip and packed you a video snack. I am thrilled to announce: 30 Days to Fire Up Your Creative Genius with yours truly on The Huffington Post.
(For best results, watch this every morning, before big meetings, when you’re about to make the big leap, when in doubt, when your faith needs to be fueled, when you just need someone to say, “You got this.”)
How do you usually tell people what you do? And if you’re not giving yourself full credit for your work in the world — whether you’re rocking a cash register or leading a team of twenty — How can you light it up when you say what you do?
Something is approaching the edge of my land a wolf that won’t back down…
One-step-at-a-time commitment creates traction. It’s about being responsive to reality — it gives you leeway for mutual accountability, for prerogatives to be exercised, and for the self-motivated players to motivate themselves…. and THAT’S something you can commit to.
When you wonder if today’s “problems” actually have enough gravity to be on your shoulders in three years time, you lighten up. And fast.