When I was a young kid learning how to make money and create the life I wanted through helping people, one of the three truisms I had on my office wall was this this one: “For every adversity, there is the seed of at least an equal, or greater, benefit.” Ralph Waldo Emerson, the Sage of Concord
Who are you? What do you want? What parts of you don’t believe that? Let those parts go. It is you that is hanging onto them. They have become part of your identity. Is that really who you are? Let those parts go. More than anything else in the whole world: What do you want? See yourself in possession of what you want. Transform the wanting to a knowing. Wanting comes from lack and is in the future. Knowing comes from the truth of your inner being and is now. Birth your vision. Take baby steps or giant leaps, whichever resonates with you. Take only steps that keep you in your …..