Hey. So. How's it going? Relationship good? Nice. Well done. Feeling healthy too? Awesomesauce! Now... how's your wallet? Open it up. Any dust fall out? Ah. Yeah. Could be that you have a money mindset ish. No probs. Start from where you are and move forward, right? So today I'm going to give you a couple of resources to help you.
Thing one is that I'm going to give you a super-cool review of an awesome audiobook that will help you with this (and you may even be able to get it for free if you go through my link, so give it a bash.)
The second thing is an interview I did with a former client of mine back in the day, which you'll find under this post (Ray Higdon. Very successful Dude in the Network Marketing world) about this very subject.
Enjoy. Share if you like. Leave comments with your lightbulb moments. I give away prizes to the best commenters, and the next prize I'm giving away is a ridiculous offer on a course I'm making featuring Brendon Burchard (I know,...
“I am not what I think I am, and I am not what you think I am. I am what I think you think I am.”
Charles Horton Cooley
When you find someone who inspires you, you need to observe them. Listen to them. Shadow them. Learn about the process. Experience the wisdom of someone who's already walked the path. If you feel that I'm your mentor, it's time to start watching this blog and my social media. See if you can get to the point where you can predict my responses to news events or market shifts. See where you stand related to that. Humble yourself and follow. Most won't. Some will. Those who will find someone to follow intentionally (not 'stalk' which is just weird, but study) experience wisdom at a level that those who skip about never do.
I pick specific mentors and immerse in their mindset for months or years at a time until I have sucked the marrow from the inspiration in the bones of their manifestations. I buy all their stuff. I hire them as a coach - or hire...
So, gender's a big issue right now, huh? Amirite? Yep, hold onto your hats. I'm going there.
First, the stuff I remember from sociology class back in the day.
Don't keep it real. Let life move through you in dynamic ways.
How passionate are you? Do you just tiptoe around on the surface of life, or do you dive into the depths of the oceans of your passions? When you hear the word 'passion' what comes to mind? Sex? OK. Let's go there because, frankly, it's sad that for most people the only brush they have with passion is between the sheets... if that. But if you've at least got that concept sorted, it gives us a place to start.
Romance novelists (I'm a bestselling one of those) know how to pull you into the passion of an encounter. And, no, it's not about the smushing together of body parts. That would be porn. Lust. I'm talking passion. WAY more complex of an emotion. So, how do we pull you into a passionate story so much that you utterly believe you've witnessed the hero and heroine 'bumping uglies' even if you haven't? (Spoiler alert - that happened with my novel hundreds of times. You really don't get to see them doing anything X rated... but you'll think you did). The answer is pretty...
I'd planned to write something very different today, but when this news appeared in my FB feed, creating a link between TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and dementia, I knew it was important to blog about it.
This issue is important so let's get going...
Before I share my thoughts on this, I'm not a doctor. Do your own research. This is not medical advice. This is what I've learnt from my own research and experience. Ask Google to help. There's been a LOT of research and I didn't want to link away from my site to bajillion research docs, so if you're interested in the specifics you can search. What's here is a summary of the key points.
That being said, let's dive into this subject because if you are, or have been, involved in anything from boxing to team sports you need to understand that while the exercise component of that may have done your body good, the constant blows to the head - particularly in the case of things like boxing, and headers in football (soccer) - may...
Before I announce the winner of the very first Indiepreneur Academy Commenter of Note Award I'd like to challenge you all. I'm doing a 14 day challenge, starting today, to complete a course I started a while back that features an exclusive interview I did with the legendary Brendon Burchard.
In fact, I think it would be pretty cool if I gave that course away to the next Commenter of Note. There's no limit to the number of times you can win this award, by the way, so if this blog inspires you... get commenting! I also pay attention to people sharing the blog and posting about it on social media. Let's get this new community BUZZING!
Anyway, if you'd like to challenge yourself to do something epic over the next 14 days, too, start now! Let me know in the comments what you chose to complete in the next two weeks.
Linda Mae Vorthman! Congratulations on being our first winner!
Listen. The Tide Pod 'challenge' and various other challenges, ranging from dangerous foods to prophylactic snorting are quite clearly barking mad, but they're viral and mind viruses have a way of switching off logic.
Couple of things about this...
Stop blaming Millennials for the Tide Pod thing. Clearly you can't pin THIS one on them. For some reason everything utterly daft on the internet gets blamed on Millennials/Gen Y but it seems to be Gen Z behind this.
By the way... Gen X here. We're a tiny little cohort nobody notices, so we snuck under the radar with our nonsense (although you use our aceeeeed smiley every day. You're welcome).
Second... this is what happens with hormones. People crave drama and intense emotion and connection. When I was a teenager that meant raves, ecstasy and acid. Not for me, I hasten to add. Yes to the raves. Even organised a few. No to the drugs. But I was one of the only people I knew who didn't partake in the...
When you came into this world, all shiny and new, and people proclaimed about the miracle of your creation, do you truly believe that your existence on this planet was destined to be living in a cage 9-5, hitting buttons for treats like a lab rat?
I don't think so. If you haven't watched Office Space yet, please do. It will explain everything that's wrong with cubicle life. If you have, the likelihood is that you too obsess over the photocopier or stapler, or want to trip over the annoying person who tells you off for having 'a case of the Mondays'.
So, how do you break free and escape the cubicle? Here are some tips:
Listen, I'm not some great basketball expert but I'm a total word nerd, and I know poetry when I witness it. Whether it's on the page, on the stage or on a basketball court, when the scansion's on fleek and doesn't skip a beat, you've got to bear witness.
So, here's the scoop on the LeBron/Shakespeare thang. Watch the guy play. Seriously. I'll wait. Audio starts a few seconds in. If you're not a basketball fan, you can get a sense of the guy within the first minute of watching him, so just do that and I'll get on to how this helps you even if you've never seen basketball in your life. Bear with me on this. What I'm about to say will make so much more sense when you see this poetry in motion...
What LeBron and Shakespeare have in common is four-fold:
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