Monthly Archives: May 2010

Blind Optimism vs Faith and Truth

I went to a financial seminar today, and had to face something challenging. It’s not that the concepts were complicated. They weren’t. The biggest challenge for me was to admit (despite the protests of my Ego) that I have avoided … Continue reading

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Today I’m getting a repeat lesson in Choice. To be honest, I’ve been struggling. I know I’m not supposed to admit it (because clients want successful coaches), but yes, I have my days when I have to learn lessons over … Continue reading

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Getting there

Once, when I was traveling through Phoenix, I stepped onto the airport shuttle bus in the middle of a conversation between the driver and an elderly lady. (When I try to picture the driver today, I think of Morgan Freeman, … Continue reading

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Law of Attraction: Acting Crazy

Last night I had a dream about a crazy homeless guy in a park. Well, I can’t be sure he was homeless (since he only existed in my mind) but he was definitely crazy. He was shouting at people. He … Continue reading

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The Tree That Worried

I was going to write an article today about gratitude and receptivity (as part of my Law of Attraction series), but then I figured I’d do something a little different, just for fun. I wrote a story about a tree. … Continue reading

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