Choosing quality is an investment in your best self.It frequently requires patience. It always requires love.
Livelihood + Lifestyle
Letting go makes way for something closer to your truth… which is always more beautiful. Always.
It’s easy to find out what people are up to. But finding out why they’re up to it is where the wisdom and innovation are waiting…
August 2012 Roundup: Quotes, karma and the Q’s to ask before dropping the big bucks.
I can walk down streetsin new cities or be in a stadium waiting for the concert to begin
and I see your face
and I feel
I know you and you and you and you…
The world reflects back to you how much you value yourself.
There are unlimited ways to create the positive feelings you want in every interaction you have with money.
Get clear on the emotional driver, and you get clear on your relationship to prosperity.
Groove-gasmic music, magazine covers you want to lick, and MoreLoveLetters.com… My latest “I’m Loving” list for you.
They can give you advice. They can try to evoke the answers out of you, help you see the light for yourself. They can coach you to clarity.
You have to WANT to be inspired to be inspired. It sounds simple, but the desire to be inspired is a distinct kind of craving….
Let your guard down, take the breaks off, and tear up that insurance policy – it was a rip off anyway. The status quo has been feeding you factory-grade illusions. Sign up, speak up, get out, and get it on. You’re going to fail. Guaranteed. Proceed anyway.
Download the Credo for Making It Happen. Fo’ free.
You asked for it, here it is: We took the CREDO FOR MAKING IT HAPPEN video and turned it into an MP3 you can listen to on your iPod before you give a big presentation, ask for a bank loan, propose, leave the house, brush your teeth, trip the light fantastic…
If making a book that lotsa people are finding useful, but didn’t get approved by the ol’ bastion of book approval is the worst of my problems, then, well, there is no problem.
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…
more excitement, more often = way more to be excited about.
I love Pecha Kucha events — 20 slides at only 20 seconds each to talk about your current inspiration. Here we go — rapid fire style….
My heart has a long list of things of things that I would like someone else to revolutionize.
Grieve for your ideas, the ones that will never see the light of day. Pruned. Aborted. Not meant to be. Under-resourced. Not as shiny as all your other ideas.
November 2011 Roundup: A young entrepreneur, clutching a mic. A room full of affluence, cameras, bright lights. Thirty seconds to convince one of the wealthiest moguls on earth to give her a meeting.
Go without so you can go for the gold. Grab the mic. Make the ask. Whatever happens, the results will be unforgettable.
Your plate is full, right? You’ve been at this for a while. Life is your kind of kuh-raz-eee. And then it gets fuller, and the time has come, or there’s a curve-ball, and things get well n’ truly wild. And you could say, because it’s your right to, that you’re feeling “overwhelmed”. But don’t. Don’t go there…
March 2011 Roundup: Dusty (and happy) from a sojourn to my Southwestern stomping grounds. Allowing the sacred hot-tubbing time to alchemize cynicism into shrewdness.
Speak very directly about the benefits. I say, 80% simple language and 20% poetry and flash lingo. Sass and personality are beautiful, but you do need to speak plainly about the benefits of what you’re offering.
January 2011 Roundup: Entrepreneurial fire-starting wtih Jonathan Fields, chatting with New York Times Bestseller Kris Carr and my top 20 personal money practices.
More than most subjects and matters of life, we tend to leave money wisdom to the experts. Fitness — we get that we need to do what works for us as individuals. Sex — you know that you’re the mistress or mister of your own domain. But money — few of us, would proclaim that we’re money experts…
Do guide words really add to manifestation prowess? Dunno. But they do help delineate where you’ve been and where you want to be.