Junctures, Paradigm Jumping, It Is Never Too Late To Have A Happy Childhood, Choices

choicesChoices: It Is Never Too Late To Have A Happy Childhood

You can change your past. Much like in the movie trilogy, Back to the future, you can change your present that way.

Some 24 years ago, (I have told you I've been at this transformation thing for a long time, l.o.l.) I created and ran a group that was called: "Playground: it is never too late to have a happy childhood"

I was especially attracted to that title, because my childhood was really crummy, and I hoped that it was going to work for me.

Though it didn't do much for me, it did a whole lot for the participants. Wholly unpredictable changes occurred: I didn't have any explanation for what happened, but people transformed in front of my very eyes, turned from bitter into sweet and accommodating, two of the group miraculously cured from their impotence, got married, etc. etc. Continue reading "Junctures, Paradigm Jumping, It Is Never Too Late To Have A Happy Childhood, Choices"

Weight, relationship, money you desire... are you stuck in these areas?

desire finding its targetWhat does it take to attract your desire?

In January, people make resolutions, that address some of their deepest desires.

Weight, relationship and money are the three most frequent wishes, and most of them never go anywhere, no change, and yet another year makes hope lost a little bit more, confidence lost a little bit more, self-esteem lost a little bit more.

Why would this be?

There are many reasons, but I'd like to address one: it takes several inner and outer changes to bring about the capacity to change any of the three main areas.

And because we weren't told how to change our inner world, little by little, one tiny change at a time, we never actually do it, and unless your inner world, your being changes, your outer world, your weight, your relationships, your money situation can't change.

Examples to this what happens when there are sudden and unprepared-for changes that came from the outside.
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Got New Years Resolutions?

new years resolutionsWhen you can't seem to attain your new years resolutions...

When you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail1

I have a better "hammer" for you: it has worked for my multi-millionaire mentor, it will work for you.2

What to do when all you know fails you? When the hammers don't work, and you can't seem to attain your goals?

I was on a radio show today. I was the "minor" guest, and as such, I did not prepare: I wanted to stay present to the conversation the "major" guest had with the radio host, so I can add my 2 cents worth, instead of taking the show to a different place. Continue reading "Got New Years Resolutions?"

  1. Law of the instrument, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The concept known as the law of the instrument, Maslow's hammer, or a golden hammer is an over-reliance on a familiar tool; as Abraham Maslow said in 1966, "It is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail. []

  2. decades ago, when T. Harv Eker was a young man with entrepreneurial spirit, everything he touched turned into s-h-i-t, until a millionaire friend of his father gave him this advice:
    If something is not working in your life, there is something that you don't know []

How to Keep Your New Year Resolution So You Can Feel Good About Yourself?

feel good about yourselfFeel Good About Yourself

Keep Your New Year Resolution? they say they are broken so often, they seem to be made to be broken.

Here is an article that I'd like you to read if your overall sense of life and your important areas of life is that they are stressful, and that you are never getting ahead. When you re-evaluate your projects with the method taught in this article, you will feel good about yourself, because you will keep more of your resolutions.

The method in this article can make a huge difference, and the time it takes is very small compared to you being stuck for a long-long time.

Joe (not his real name) made a new year resolution to stop smoking. He set the date, and he made a plan. Then he started to implement his plan. The plan was to gradually cut down. Then he kept on smoking.

We had our usual coaching call on Wednesday at noon. I asked: what would you like to accomplish in this call?

Joe started to talk about his weight... that one day he lost a pound, the other he gained 2... He weighed himself upon awakening every day, and he was mortified at the up and down nature of his daily weight. He was spending a lot of time worrying about that, he confessed. Continue reading "How to Keep Your New Year Resolution So You Can Feel Good About Yourself?"