To Travel or Not to Travel?

I caught myself thinking about moving back to New England this week.  I have a new job, good partners in Health Now, Wealth Forever and my kids are here.  Why would I want to leave?  I have some difficult things going on outside of those good that are quite challenging and those are probably why.  . . . → Read More: To Travel or Not to Travel?

Amazing Spirit

In my previous post To Fix the World, You Must See it as Broken, I spoke of seeing the world in a different light.

In our current world, there is so much hardship caused by natural disaster, political unrest and violence.  Hoping that we will be saved by others is almost a lost hope but we . . . → Read More: Amazing Spirit

New Schedule Disruption

Introducing new things into Life, such as a new job, new relationship, or new hobby, often disrupts the things already there.  When starting the new activity, a new routine needs to be established, sometimes at the expense of activities already established.  When the new activity doesn’t have a regular schedule, this disruption is more severe. . . . → Read More: New Schedule Disruption

Self-Discipline

Self-Discipline is a sticky thing for me.  As you can tell by the delay of this post.  I promised this to you in my last post.  So what is my problem here?  I don’t like to be told what to do.  I don’t like having mistakes pointed out to me.  It doesn’t seem to matter . . . → Read More: Self-Discipline

Residual Pieces of Anger

When we go through something that hurts and makes us angry – like a relationship that has broken up or a death of a close friend or family member, do we hang onto some of the anger? . . . → Read More: Residual Pieces of Anger

Hope ??

Is hope there to keep us from despair? Is it there to spur us to a goal? Is it there to bolster our belief system? When does hope occur? Why does hope occur? . . . → Read More: Hope ??

The Wisdom Right in Front of My Eyes and Other Things Helping Me Through the Loss of My Job

I have recently been let go from a job that I have devoted my life to for the past 13 years.  That statement hurts and I am finding myself at a loss and questioning things that I haven’t had to question in a long time.

Those questions range from the daunting; who am I? To . . . → Read More: The Wisdom Right in Front of My Eyes and Other Things Helping Me Through the Loss of My Job

“You live on the Plane of Manifestation”

I just finished watching a video of Mike Dooley presenting his new book “Manifesting Change”.

I have embedded this video below and have a link to his book for you to purchase.

Mike is an amazing speaker and motivator saying things like:

“What holds people back is not knowing the truth about reality.” “Our positive . . . → Read More: “You live on the Plane of Manifestation”

Debt = Anti-Wealth

Debt is addictive. Debt is seductive. Debt is inviting. Debt is . . . Common Example: John and Jane want two new cars but they only have $4000 saved up and the cars they want cost $28,000 each for a total of $56,000. They have a very good credit rating and the lending institution lends them the money at an attractive interest rate. They drive away in their new cars feeling on top of the world and “wealthy”. . . . → Read More: Debt = Anti-Wealth

The Infinity Path

There are four aspects to your direction.  The saying goes, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions”, but, like most axioms, it is flawed.  It should read: “The road to hell is paved with false intentions”.  A true intent takes four things into consideration:

Your beliefs Your reality Your perceptions Your thoughts

A . . . → Read More: The Infinity Path