FINANCIAL SUCCESS DEPENDS ON YOUR INNER WORLD
In the current world climate, there's more and more people struggling to make ends meet.
"There's a war on small business.
The government has not done enough.
The government has done too much."
And on - and on -
Honestly, the only person ever responsible for your life circumstances is YOU.
And that's great news - because it allows You to be the driver of your own vehicle.
Having worked with hundreds of clients over the past four years, there's one thing they all had in common:
Turning their life circumstances around had nothing to do with changing external circumstances - though, that could be a side effect.
And instead, it had everything to do with addressing a deep-seated issue within their psyche - defined as human soul, mind or spirit.
When we feel good about ourselves, it shows. It radiates out, attracting the highest and best possibilities and even more so probabilities.
People want to hire us. The passion is felt in the product, whatever it may be.
You can re-vamp your marketing strategy. You can change your career path. You can get a new job.
But these external so-called changes will all produce the same unsatisfactory results until you address what's really going on inside of yourself.
MY PRESCRIPTION REMAINS THE SAME, NO MATTER THE CLIENT.
Take time to relax, do nothing, and really feel into what YOU want to add to the world - not what everyone else around you wants - without regard to what it will look like to other people.
Counter-intuitive - I know.
The manner in which you approach life and business is far more important than the external details.
When interviewed, the most successful people around have said their most creative ideas have come to them when they are relaxed.
No big solution was found in a panic - it was delivered in a whisper of wisdom when you sat by the ocean and said:
"Well, I surrender to what is. Come what may!"
SOME SCIENCE TO BACK UP WHAT WISDOM ALREADY KNOWS:
"Scientists studying brain scans recently discovered that moments of creativity take place when the mind is at rest rather than working on something. And since creative approaches are so crucial to success, workaholics are working themselves out a job."
As a former newspaper reporter and book writer, I love to capture moments in word form. I love my home, America, yet I fell head over heels in love with Mexico, too.