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Heading to India
by On September 7, 2012

by Jana Owen on September 6, 2012

everything.

  • To be more patient in chaotic situations that are not following MY plan (I hear India is wonderful for this).
  • I desire to experience spiritual moments that can only be present when creating the space and time to BE in it….
  • Focus on a deeper understanding of yoga (especially the 8 limbs of yoga) while completing a 200 hour certification
  • See the Dalai Lama
  • Panchakarma is something I have dreamed of for 7 years…I will complete at least a 30 day prescribed regimen, I do hope to cure something I might reveal later in my journey.
  • I want to give my service to a place that will benefit from my presence.
  • Put to rest some exhausted attempts to resolve “Daddy issues”.
  • Though I have decided not to bring a computer, I will be journaling and blogging when I cross paths with a capable internet opportunity. Who knows when and how often this will be. I do hope many of you will follow…..I hope to have some interesting pharmacy technician certification online insights and stories for you.

    I will follow a simple and inspired (and hopefully entertaining) checklist for my blogs such as:

    1. Places Visited (will make links for the geographically challenged)
    2. Best Discovery
    3. Most Enlightened moment
    4. Most frustrated moment
    5. Best purchase
    6. Best view (insert picture here)
    7. Grateful for
    8. Most missed item in the US
    9. Favorite person online masters in pharmacy administration met
    10. What I would like everyone to stop and appreciate for a minute
    11. Biggest tug at the heart moment
    12. Patience level on cialis24pharmacy online a scale of 1-10
    13. Fell in love with….
    14. Realization of what I can live without
    15. What I accepted
    16. Looking forward to
    17. Funniest moment
    18. Reminded me…
    19. Shout out to (someone that has been on my mind)

    Please provide any suggestions of checklist ideas that would be fun and entertaining…I am open to all possibilities.

    And I am requesting that anyone/everyone send me a favorite song to put on my Ipod!! If you should be so kind, I would love to listen during my many train rides. Send to: Jana.owen@deliverfreedom.com

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    Exciting days ahead! Will miss you all! Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers. Hopefully, this trip will enlighten me so I can inspire a ripple effect amongst the world!

    ~Namaste

    gratitude in the everyday
    by On September 5, 2012

    Posted August 30th, 2012 at 2:44 pm by Karen from Chookooloonks

    My friend Jyl Pattee wrote a post today about gratitude being the key to a happy life — and I couldn’t agree more.  I’ve mentioned before that I think that gratitude is imperative to finding joy in your life, and for getting through the hard times.  But to be honest, it can be difficult, even for me, to find something new to be grateful for every day.  Can you imagine? Think of the pressure of having to create something new every single day of your life to be thankful for? I’m tired just thinking about it.

    Instead, I admit it: I’m often thankful of the same things over, and over, and over again.  This week, my daughter has returned to school, which means that our lives have returned to the normal routine that flows in our house pretty much every single day for 9 months.  And I have to say, as boring as this sounds, I’m very grateful for routine. I’m grateful for the comfort and sense of stability it provides.  My life might be mundane to most, but it’s my life, and my family, and we’ve worked hard to create the little rituals that bring us peace every day.  For example, I’m grateful for:

    • my morning cup of tea (sweetened over-enthusiastically with honey)
    • turning on my twinkle lights in my office weekday mornings — signifying it’s time to get to work
    • reading the classics to Alex when she gets home from school (this is actually assigned homework from her teacher!)
    • journaling with Alex
    • witnessing Alex’s growing habit of reading in bed to herself before lights-out every night
    • and Friday night movie night

    You see, I’m of the opinion that mundane habits like this — this little rituals that we create for ourselves — are what make for a happy life.  And I hope that this helps my daughter have grateful memories of her childhood, despite how un-extraordinary all of these little events are.

    How about you — what is it about your everyday that you’re grateful for?

     

     

    Are You Loving It?
    by On August 28, 2012

    Are you loving it?

    Laughter, Tears, Joy, Anxiety

    Are you Loving it?

    A Dream captured, a promise broken, hard work and frequent play

    Are you Loving it?

    This is it people…we have this one life…

    And I am LOVING IT! ~ That’s all I have for you today 😉

    There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle – Albert Einstein

    What do YOU learn the most from Olympians?
    by On August 8, 2012

    by Jana Owen on August 7, 2012

    I had the pleasure and fortune of attending some of the Olympic games last week in London. I’m hooked….I will be attending many more. The energy, activities, culture, comradery, and events were thrilling! But besides that, there is so much to admire about Olympians, and learn from.

    I have asked several people – What do you admire most about Olympic athletes? Most people mentioned the discipline or the belief in their own achievement. But there are SO many things we can learn from these talented athletes.

     

     

    These are a few of things I wanted to take away from the Olympics.

    1. The patience for delayed gratification. I can be impatient with many day to day experiences….but it is a different mindset to be patient with your long term goals. These athletes work most of their lives to compete in something that may take seconds! WOW! Thinking about that makes me feel silly about feeling frustrated when I don’t see the results that I want after dieting for one week! Whatever your long term goals are – be patient with you, and know that it will come. Have a vision, have a plan, and work diligently….it will come.

    2. The power of visualization. My coaching clients will tell you I am adamant about this. The power of the mind to create your reality after creating the vision is astonishing to me. It is extremely important to visualize the outcome of ANY situation worth thinking about. Athletes will tell you over and over….this is something they do on a regular basis. Do you have a meeting with your boss coming up? Visualize how you want to feel after. Do you have a big sale you are trying to achieve? Visualize how you will feel when it is a success….and what that process looks like. VISUALIZE WHAT YOU WANT YOUR LIFE TO LOOK LIKE.

    3. Feeling truly happy for others’ successes. In competitive situations it is easy to be envious, or even self-righteous about losing. We see ‘sore losers’ many times in the Olympics. We have felt envy about a co-workers success (especially when you feel you worked so hard for the same outcome). Sibling rivalries anyone?? Imagine if you could find true authentic gratitude and happiness for someone else’s achievement….imagine how different this world would look! You will get back what you give and sharing ones success is necessary for your successes to be fulfilling or even to come to fruition at all. You can dispute that, but it is what I believe. And it just feels better!

    Thank goodness there is 4 years to plan my trip to Rio! But I will try to remember all the things I observed during these games. We can learn from everyone around us, but especially these marvelous athletes with dreams they are chasing after every single day.

    GO USA!

    The Key to Happiness??
    by On July 25, 2012

    by Jana Owen on July 24, 2012

    As human beings, especially Americans, we are always looking for something to make us happy…

    “If I get this job….then I will be happy”

    “If I lose weight….then I will be happy”

    “If I had more money…..then I will be happy”

    But the truth of the matter is….we are responsible for our own happiness. Your spouse is not responsible, your boss is not responsible, and your kids are DEFINITELY not responsible for your happiness.

    What does your life look like when you are happy? Take a minute and envision what you feel and what is happening when you are happy. You might picture lying on a beach, getting a massage, after sex, or spending time with friends. Chances are you probably have a pleasure oriented contentment – or a hedonic happiness in mind.

    Hedonic happiness is no doubt important for your well being. But what about eudaimonic well-being? Eudaimonia is a greek word commonly translated to happiness; though happiness hardly captures the meaning of this word. According to Aristotle, it is the noblest goal in life. The highest possible potential for your spirit. “Personal growth,” in today’s lingo is now the central concept of eudaimonia, which includes recognizing your true purpose and pushing yourself for new goals and challenges.

    According to Richard J. Davidson, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, “The positive emotion accompanying thoughts that are directed toward meaningful goals is one of the most enduring components of well-being.” Eudaimonia is also good for the body. Women who scored high on psychological tests for it (they were purposefully engaged in life, pursued self-development) weighed less, slept better, and had fewer stress hormones and markers for heart disease than others—including those reporting hedonic happiness—according to a study led by Carol Ryff, PhD, a professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    I found this particularly fascinating when I observed my own journey with personal development. I can honestly say, my happiness increased 100 fold since I began my personal growth journey. It has been painful at times, challenging to say the least, uncomfortable on a regular basis, and seem crazy to some…but I have never been so fulfilled. I love improving my eudaimonic self!

    How can you improve your eudaimonic well being? A few things that might help…

    Make sure you have meaningful goals and a vision for your future

    Aggressive mental care is necessary (what are you feeding your mind, what are you reading, listening to, who are you surrounding yourself with)

    Gratitude – the root of joy – it is a practice, not a given

    Give to others, if you are consistently living a “me me me” life, I will almost bet your eudaimonic well-being needs some TLC.  (I am speaking from experience on this one)

    I challenge you… just for a week – do something every day for your personal happiness – for your eudaimonia. That might look like taking time for you, journaling, seeking out a therapist, actively forgiving someone who has hurt you, apologize for a past mistake, listen to motivating audio in the car, or volunteering at a shelter. Anything that will improve your personal growth is going to improve your eudaimonia.

    I wish you all Happiness!!

    8 Steps To Knock Out An Impossible Punch List
    by On June 21, 2012

    By Kaihan Krippendorff | 06-21-2012 | 10:00 AM

    This article is written by a member of our expert contributor community.

    First, take a deep breath. Good? Now read on for advice on “constructive urgency.”

    “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.”–Thomas Edison

    Our impact on the world depends on our ability manage urgency. Right now, I’m not doing so well. On my flight racing over to Honduras, my mind is wandering: What should I do first? Write a blog post? Prep for next week’s workshop? Watch a movie? I’m in a state of paralysis, which John Kotter, the Harvard Business School guru of change leadership calls “false urgency,” and I like to call “destructive urgency.” There are three types of urgency:

    1. Complacency: You make no effort because you think things are fine.

    2. Destructive urgency: You are stressed, worried, know things must change but you don’t know what to do, so you waste your time looking busy but achieving little.

    3. Constructive urgency: You feel an energizing sense of purpose and direction, what Kotter calls “real urgency,” that “is not something that wears you down…real urgency produces success, which gives energy back.”

    To win whatever game we are playing, we must push people past complacency, steer clear of destructive urgency, and land in the constructive urgency zone.

    So how do you create constructive urgency? This week I read articles and books, and interviewed experts and compiled this eight-step summary.

    Step 1: Orient

    Glen Manchester, by all accounts, was doing wonders with Thunderhead, the customer engagement technology company he launched in 2001, growing at 40% annually and being ranked as one of the world’s most innovative tech firms. He had revenue approaching $70 million, over 200 employees, hundreds of marquis clients, and yet he realized he was in trouble. Thunderhead was flying into a storm.

    “I saw we had so much innovation potential that our clients were not buying [because] we were selling to the wrong people,” said Manchester.

    The future buyers of client engagement solutions should be chief marketing officers, not IT departments, and if Thunderhead didn’t adjust now, another competitor would soon. He and his team sat down and played out the scenario until they realized their strategy had to change.

    Only when you realize that change is necessary, is the possibility for change born.

    Step 2: Paint a new future

    So Manchester and his team proposed the question: “What if we extract IT (technology) out of the equation…if [customer engagement] solutions were not built for CIOs and call centers,” but rather for the marketing department? They realized this paradigm changed everything that required you to attack in “a clean sheet way.”

    Step 3: Create meaning

    Logic doesn’t move people, emotion does. To build commitment to your new future you need to have it mean something to your team. Thunderhead did this by connecting with its core aspiration to be a global player, not a once-ran.

    Step 4: Find the strategic concept

    Plans fall apart quickly once the battle begins. So in fast-paced change efforts, simple, easily communicated strategies work best. Manchester came up with a brilliant one. “We were going to acquire ourselves,” he said, and disrupt the company before someone else does. Thunderhead would create an alternative persona, Thunderhead.com, buy the old Thunderhead brand, and execute a bold transformation program.

    Step 5: Put up blinders

    Your success will inevitably trigger naysayers. Thunderhead.com, for example, is creating a new product category that “no one is really talking about [yet]; no one is saying this is where things are going.” How do you immunize yourself from such disbelievers? You reframe the doubters. “If it’s feeling easy, it’s wrong,” Manchester told me. This is like elite athletes who work with, even seek out, the pain as sign they are improving.

    Step 6: Remove the drag

    You will get distracted by bureaucracy. There are always forms to fill out, procedures to learn, paperwork to slow you down. Remove the drag and focus on the actions that really matter. When Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was once told by a manger they couldn’t connect servers because their new building had not yet been wired, Ellison supposedly hammered a hole in the drywall, pulled through a loose cable, and told the manager he was now wired. Cut down the drag to pick up speed.

    Step 7: Produce results

    Successful change efforts produce results early. For example, the South Beach Diet took the U.S. by storm five years ago not because of its breakthrough science but because it was simple to follow and produced noticeable results in two weeks.

    Step 8: Create perceived motion

    Talking to successful entrepreneurs like Manchester usually feels like being on a bullet train. Things are moving quickly and if you don’t grab on you will be left behind. Humans are designed to notice motion, not static movement. So create a sense of velocity for your investors, employees, and customers. Don’t just talk about what you are doing until you succinctly describe how the world is changing (e.g., “technology is getting simpler, consumers are driving adoption, China and India are emerging … and that is why this opportunity is available now for the first time”).

    Putting it to work

    Have you reached discontent? If not, find it, talk about it, get your team a (little) depressed. But jump to step 2 quickly, before you lead your team to destructive discontent.

    Does your new vision make you anxious or complacent? If so, redesign it. I personally see some parts of my vision completely excite me, others less so. So I’ll revisit those.

    Is realizing your vision important? Does it link to your values? If not, ask “why is this important to me and to the world?” I, for example, am building an online tool based on my process and sometimes forget why: to help everyone make smarter decisions every day. Reconnect to your purpose.

    What strategic metaphor captures your plan? For me, it’s to build the “Bloomberg” for change makers. If you don’t have one, create one.

    What will you do to block doubters from sapping your enthusiasm? What works for me is a group of mentors I can call, who think big, and can inspire me.

    What are you wasting time on? Stop doing that. For example, I spend too much time setting up conference calls. I’m going to start picking up the phone instead.

    What immediate results are you playing for? For me, it’s to launch “proof of concept”…which we will get to you next week!

    What preamble will create a sense of acceleration for your idea? If it does not feel like a bullet train, rewrite it. I tend to start with theory. That doesn’t work. Instead I will launch into my “accelerator” preamble every time I speak to a new client or investor.

     

     

     

     

     

    The Anatomy of Results
    by On June 21, 2012

    This TEDx presentation was released several days ago and is already one of the most viewed new TED talks on the internet today.

    Eric Plantenberg breaks down the Anatomy of Results and highlights why some people are able to consistently create terrific results, and why most people do not.

    If you are not familiar with Ted.com – here is a brief overview of their mission as posted on their website.

    Our mission: Spreading ideas.

    We believe passionately in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately, the world. So we’re building here a clearinghouse that offers free knowledge and inspiration from the world’s most inspired thinkers, and also a community of curious souls to engage with ideas and each other. This site, launched in April 2007, is an ever-evolving work in progress, and you’re an important part of it.

    At Freedom Personal Development, we are thrilled to promote Ted.com as we believe that ultimately we share the same purpose: to deliver the Freedom to Choose. Good ideas make that possible. Congratulations to Freedom Personal Development president, Eric Plantenberg, for being invited to share his ideas along side of the planet’s “most inspired thinkers.”

    Please post your comments about his talk on YouTube or this blog.

    Be Free!

    Freedom Personal Development

    Know What You Want…
    by On February 17, 2012

    I met a young college man today at a function and noticed some successful characteristics that he exhibited and wanted to share them.  This guy was sharp, great eye contact, nice handshake and always smiling.  I asked a few questions, how old, go to school, girlfriend, college major, etc.  He seemed like a man on a mission in how he was living his life.  So I asked, What do you want to do with your life?  He smiled and said “I want to make a Super Bowl Commercial” in a confident and knowing way.  He proceeded to tell me how excited he was for the day when he is watching the Super Bowl with family and friends and it comes on.

    In reflecting on this interaction with this young man, I noticed 4 things that he was doing well and that over time, these 4 things will get him where he wants to go.

    KNOW what you want, it’s different for everyone. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.  Meaning that you are a success when you know what you want and you are working toward it.  It doesn’t matter if you want to be a great parent or a multi millionaire.  Spend some time with this and come up with something that is meaningful to you.  What is your purpose, what are you here to do, what do you want?  Have a solid answer before continuing.

    Being quick with you answer to the question, What do you want.  He answered the question without even thinking about it.  It was quick with no hesitation  This is key, you should be able to answer this question in your sleep.

    Short and sweet for laser focus. His answer had no fluff.  When your Brain is able to focus on one thing, that focus is like a laser beam.  When your brain focused on many things, that focus is like a radio tower sending frequency in all directions and what you want is not getting enough focus.  Your brain likes specific and condensed information.  If you have different goals for each area of your life, that is great.  See how you can combine and condense them.  Sometimes one goal is a result of another or one would need to happen in order for another to happen.  Give your brain one thing to focus on.

    Feel good when you think about it. As he was answering the question, he was smiling, joking, relaxed and confident.  There is what’s called a sweet spot with goal setting and it’s a balance between belief and doubt.  If you feel bad while thinking about what you want, deep down, you doubt you can get it.  When you feel good while thinking about your want, you believe it is yours already.  Find something that makes you feel great when you think about it.

    These 4 things will lead him to his dream and they will do the same for you.

    Thank you,

    Alan Mong

     

    Know what you want…

     

    I met a young college man today at a function and noticed some successful characteristics that he exhibited and wanted to share them.  This guy was sharp, great eye contact, nice handshake and always smiling.  I asked a few questions, how old, go to school, girlfriend, college major, etc.  He seemed like a man on a mission in how he was living his life.  So I asked, What do you want to do with your life?  He smiled and said “I want to make a Super Bowl Commercial” in a confident and knowing way.  He proceeded to tell me how excited he was for the day when he is watching the Super Bowl with family and friends and it comes on.

     

    In reflecting on this interaction with this young man, I noticed 4 things that he was doing well and that over time, these 4 things will get him where he wants to go.

     

    KNOW what you want, it’s different for everyone. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.  Meaning that you are a success when you know what you want and you are working toward it.  It doesn’t matter if you want to be a great parent or a multi millionaire.  Spend some time with this and come up with something that is meaningful to you.  What is your purpose, what are you here to do, what do you want?  Have a solid answer before continuing.

     

    Being quick with you answer to the question, What do you want.  He answered the question without even thinking about it.  It was quick with no hesitation  This is key, you should be able to answer this question in your sleep.

     

    Short and sweet for laser focus. His answer had no fluff.  When your Brain is able to focus on one thing, that focus is like a laser beam.  When your brain focused on many things, that focus is like a radio tower sending frequency in all directions and what you want is not getting enough focus.  Your brain likes specific and condensed information.  If you have different goals for each area of your life, that is great.  See how you can combine and condense them.  Sometimes one goal is a result of another or one would need to happen in order for another to happen.  Give your brain one thing to focus on.

     

    Feel good when you think about it. As he was answering the question, he was smiling, joking, relaxed and confident.  There is what’s called a sweet spot with goal setting and it’s a balance between belief and doubt.  If you feel bad while thinking about what you want, deep down, you doubt you can get it.  When you feel good while thinking about your want, you believe it is yours already.  Find something that makes you feel great when you think about it.

     

    These 4 things will lead him to his dream and they will do the same for you.

     

     

    Thank you,

    Alan Mong

     

    Know what you want…

     

    I met a young college man today at a function and noticed some successful characteristics that he exhibited and wanted to share them.  This guy was sharp, great eye contact, nice handshake and always smiling.  I asked a few questions, how old, go to school, girlfriend, college major, etc.  He seemed like a man on a mission in how he was living his life.  So I asked, What do you want to do with your life?  He smiled and said “I want to make a Super Bowl Commercial” in a confident and knowing way.  He proceeded to tell me how excited he was for the day when he is watching the Super Bowl with family and friends and it comes on.

     

    In reflecting on this interaction with this young man, I noticed 4 things that he was doing well and that over time, these 4 things will get him where he wants to go.

     

    KNOW what you want, it’s different for everyone. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.  Meaning that you are a success when you know what you want and you are working toward it.  It doesn’t matter if you want to be a great parent or a multi millionaire.  Spend some time with this and come up with something that is meaningful to you.  What is your purpose, what are you here to do, what do you want?  Have a solid answer before continuing.

     

    Being quick with you answer to the question, What do you want.  He answered the question without even thinking about it.  It was quick with no hesitation  This is key, you should be able to answer this question in your sleep.

     

    Short and sweet for laser focus. His answer had no fluff.  When your Brain is able to focus on one thing, that focus is like a laser beam.  When your brain focused on many things, that focus is like a radio tower sending frequency in all directions and what you want is not getting enough focus.  Your brain likes specific and condensed information.  If you have different goals for each area of your life, that is great.  See how you can combine and condense them.  Sometimes one goal is a result of another or one would need to happen in order for another to happen.  Give your brain one thing to focus on.

     

    Feel good when you think about it. As he was answering the question, he was smiling, joking, relaxed and confident.  There is what’s called a sweet spot with goal setting and it’s a
    balance between belief and doubt.  If you feel bad while thinking about what you want, deep down, you doubt you can get it.  When you feel good while thinking about your want, you believe it is yours already.  Find something that makes you feel great when you think about it.

     

    These 4 things will lead him to his dream and they will do the same for you.

     

     

    Thank you,

    Alan Mong

    I met a young college man today at a function and noticed some successful characteristics that he exhibited and wanted to share them.  This guy was sharp, great eye contact, nice handshake and always smiling.  I asked a few questions, how old, go to school, girlfriend, college major, etc.  He seemed like a man on a mission in how he was living his life.  So I asked, What do you want to do with your life?  He smiled and said “I want to make a Super Bowl Commercial” in a confident and knowing way.  He proceeded to tell me how excited he was for the day when he is watching the Super Bowl with family and friends and it comes on.

    In reflecting on this interaction with this young man, I noticed 4 things that he was doing well and that over time, these 4 things will get him where he wants to go.

    KNOW what you want, it’s different for everyone. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.  Meaning that you are a success when you know what you want and you are working toward it.  It doesn’t matter if you want to be a great parent or a multi millionaire.  Spend some time with this and come up with something that is meaningful to you.  What is your purpose, what are you here to do, what do you want?  Have a solid answer before continuing.

    Being quick with you answer to the question, What do you want.  He answered the question without even thinking about it.  It was quick with no hesitation  This is key, you should be able to answer this question in your sleep.

    Short and sweet for laser focus. His answer had no fluff.  When your Brain is able to focus on one thing, that focus is like a laser beam.  When your brain focused on many things, that focus is like a radio tower sending frequency in all directions and what you want is not getting enough focus.  Your brain likes specific and condensed information.  If you have different goals for each area of your life, that is great.  See how you can combine and condense them.  Sometimes one goal is a result of another or one would need to happen in order for another to happen.  Give your brain one thing to focus on.

    Feel good when you think about it. As he was answering the question, he was smiling, joking, relaxed and confident.  There is what’s called a sweet spot with goal setting and it’s a balance between belief and doubt.  If you feel bad while thinking about what you want, deep down, you doubt you can get it.  When you feel good while thinking about your want, you believe it is yours already.  Find something that makes you feel great when you think about it.

    These 4 things will lead him to his dream and they will do the same for you.

    Thank you,

    Alan Mong

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    How To Achieve At Lighting Speed.
    by On February 6, 2011

    A man as asked what has led to his recent successes, he said that it all boils down to me being absolutely, positively and utterly OBSESSED! Completely OBSESSED in achieving the few desires that I have currently.  I am OBSESSED when I am attracting the right clients, I am OBSESSED when I am sticking to my schedule, I am OBSESSED when I am going over word tracks and scripts to help my delivery become more polished and smoother.  I am OBSESSED in my “Burning Desire” to help others improve their life and business.  I am absolutely, positively and utterly OBSESSED in achieving the few desires that I have currently!!

     

    What does OBSESSED actually mean?  No need for the actual definition here, OBSESSED could be the highest level of wanting to achieve something.  When we are thinking about nothing else, when we are tuned out to everything else, when we are focused on one or a couple desires and/or wants happening in our lives. What happens is that you instantly start to attract more thoughts and situations that feed your obsession.  It gets bigger and bigger and bigger.  The vibrating energy that is YOU becomes larger than life, every hour, every minute, every second.

    Most of the wealthiest individuals now and throughout history have had this quality.  They progressed through the “highly motivated”, the “driven”, the “focused on goals” feelings and became completely OBSESSED with achieving what they desire.

    Simple concept, nothing more.

    His priorities are in line in an OBSESSED manner.  First and foremost is his family, then his career, his health, then money.  Money comes much easier when the first 3 are in line.

    Couple quick lessons from OG Mandino.

    1. There is no room in the market place for my family, nor is there room for my home in the market place.  Each I will divorce from the other and thus I will remain wedded to both.  Separate must they remain or my career will die.

    2. I will ACT NOW!  This may sound great to you, so what.  What will YOU do now?

    Be Free!

    Alan Mong
    Speaker

    Video – Find Your Great Work
    by On September 17, 2010

    Steve Jobs said, “Your working is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work.” So, how do you find great work?

    This video gives you five rules to finding your great work.

    Be Free!