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Whenever you have a choice, choose the path which enables you to add the most value. No matter if the decision concerns your personal life, family life, career or anything else.  Such decisions lead to the most success and joy. Such decisions strengthen your attraction power towards all good.

Think of everything you do as an opportunity to add value. This is no stretch. Everything we do is an opportunity to add value to our lives and other peoples’ lives.

When we attend school, courses, or lectures, we have the opportunity to add value to our lives.

When we work, we have the opportunity to add value to our lives and the lives of our customers, suppliers, and employers.

When we spend time with our families and friends, we have the opportunity to add value to the lives of family members and friends.

When we romance our lovers or spouses, we have the opportunity to add value to their lives.

Ask  yourself:

Do you feel you are adding value to your life by what you are doing now?

Do others feel you are adding value to their lives by doing what you are doing now?

Could you add more value by doing something different or by doing it in a different way?

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Early in my career, I sought investment real estate for a client. I was referred to an older gentleman, in failing health, who urgently wanted to sell some properties he’d bought several years earlier.  A quick check revealed that he’d bought these properties at the height of a real estate boom. He’d paid nearly two million dollars more for the properties than he could hope to recoup in the current market. Moreover, the properties were run down, in undesirable parts of town, and not well suited for residential, commercial or industrial use.

The properties generated a small income which didn’t come near covering their large expenses.  He would lose a small fortune if he sold them. This explained the man’s desperation.  He had made poor investments and either he or (due to his failing health) his heirs would have to pay the price. I could not help him.  I could only tell him the grim truth and leave him no worse off.

Often we can’t help people we meet. However, there is never a good reason to leave them worse off than when we met them.

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Contrary to popular belief, life is not meant to be a struggle. Life is meant to be enjoyed. Persistent struggle is not normal. It is a warning sign. If we’re in a relationship in which we constantly struggle to make it work, it is likely a poor relationship. If we’re studying a course in which we constantly struggle to maintain our interest, we’re likely in the wrong field. If we’re in a career in which we feel we’re constantly struggling, we’re likely in the wrong career. When we constantly struggle to get ahead but obtain minimal results, this is a warning sign we are not aligned with our desires.  Persistent struggle is our Inner Guide telling us to change directions. We need to listen to it. There is no higher wisdom.

 

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What is your attraction power right now? You don’t have to wonder about that. You’re living your attraction power right now. For example:

Why are you in the physical condition that you are in? It’s your attraction power.

Why do you earn what you earn?  It’s your attraction power.

Why do you live where you live? It’s your attraction power.

Why do you have the friends, lover or spouse you have? It’s your attraction power.

Why are you experiencing what you’re experiencing? It’s your attraction power.

If your circumstances are not what you desire, you simply have to raise your attraction power. Not struggle harder. Not become a better person etc. The really good news is that every one of us is capable of raising their attraction power towards what they desire and all good.

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Whatever happens in our life, good or bad, is something we flirted with and invited into our life.  For example:

  • If we have a car accident, we flirted with it at least in our minds. We likely had some close calls before the accident.
  •  If we have an argument with someone, we flirted with the argument and invited it into our experience.
  • If we enjoy a satisfying relationship with someone, we flirted with the relationship and invited it into our life.
  •  If something “lucky” happens, we also flirted with it and invited it into our life.

When you flirt with someone, one of two things happens.  Either you both decide to take it a step further. Or one or both of you decide not to take it any further. You also flirt with various experiences. They flirt with you too. At this early flirting stage, you can choose what experiences you’d like to invite into your life. It is wise to continue flirting only with experiences you want in your life. This empowers you to create the life you want.

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