In the Star Trek universe, an enemy of the federation is a species known as the Borg. What makes them unique and incredibly difficult to defeat is that they are masters of adaptability. Attack them once and they learn. Attack them the same way a second time, and they...
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It’s ironic that we search for meaning in the one thing that promises but rarely delivers. Achievement. And then again, there is an egoic sense to that drama. It is our ego that finds meaning in accomplishing ‘things’ and ‘stuff’. The non-specificity there is intentional for our ego doesn’t...
In the last post, we talked about the impact that multi-tasking has on victim consciousness and proposed that multi-tasking is doing more harm than good. In this second excerpt from my new book, the sequel to Finding Zero, we look at the questions which might shed some light on...
If your Life Wheel above were the wheel of your car, you would have a very uneven journey. And isn’t that exactly what happens in life? Our journeys are incredibly uneven, pulled from one direction to another even as we attempt to create the semblance of normality and balance....
This week, we’ve looked at the formation of role models and the impact of the Hero’s Journey to your financial prosperity. Today, let’s look turn our attention to the future. In the same way, that past role models can impact you and create self-fulfilling belief systems that become the...
In the last post, we talked about role models across a wide area of prosperity. Prosperity is of course beyond financial. If you haven’t read that post yet, please pop back and do that now as today’s post, build on that. Today I want to talk to you specifically...
When I published Finding Zero-A Practical Guide to Manifesting Your Abundance in 2015, I released the World Perception Model question process that would provide for you a guide to how you see the world. In the model, there are three distinct ways you can view the world, sparked by your...
In her 1969 book On Death and Dying Elisabeth Kübler-Ross published what is known as the 5 Stages of Grief and Loss. In this post, I want to introduce a 6th step that I believe is now a necessary amendment to the cycle. The stages are: Denial: The need...
Like most people, I find myself caught between the world we knew and the world we’re in, a world of transition to a new place, a new state of normal. And during this time there are things I really do not like. My elderly father had two falls at...
In the last post, we talked about purpose and panic and the importance of choosing purpose in these challenging times. But how do we do that? How do we find purpose in times of turmoil? The answer to that question requires an answer to another question. We have to...
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