Posts Tagged "Freedom"

Personal Development Clichés

Posted by on Aug 19, 2011 in Emotional Mastery, Freedom, Habits, Leadership, Life Purpose, Mind Power, Mindset, Personal Development, Responsibility | Comments Off

Personal Development Clichés

You are not who you are because of or despite of someone else. You are who you are because you choose it either consciously or unconsciously.

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Playing full out!

Posted by on Aug 9, 2011 in Habits, Leadership, Lifestyle, Passion, Passionate Living, Relaxation, Responsibility, Success, Time Management, Wellness, Women | Comments Off

Playing full out!

This is a video of the great Maya Plisetskaya dancing the dying Swan. She is 61 here. You see her dancing like this at 61 and you think to yourself: “There’s a woman who plays full out! Who is living life to the fullest! Squeezing the juice out of life!” You are probably imagining her activity filled days, her rehearsals and the rigorous training she still has to undergo to keep her body and her skills at a high performance level. This is someone who clearly pushes her own limits! But here are her own words as she describes working for the first time with Roland Petit, on the production of La Rose Malade: Roland himself rehearsed with me, not trusting the coach....

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Stuck Part 2 – PULL!!

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in All Categories, Attraction, Emotional Mastery, Leadership, Mind Power, Mindset, Personal Development | Comments Off

Stuck Part 2 – PULL!!

So Mini You has you on living on auto pilot eh…. You cannot change the things you want in your life? Well, congratulations! Huh??? Congratulations? Yes!! Congratulations! Why? Well, because at least you know what you want to change! You are aware that there is stuff you need to do. In order to know that there is work to be done you first need to realize that you are not where you want to be. So, this means that you know where you want to be. So you know where you are (A) you know where you want to be (B) and now all you have to know is how to close the gap. Most people are not even aware of B or A and they never will be. But you are, so congratulations! The good...

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Live Inspired

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in All Categories | Comments Off

Definition of Living~     alive: having life, not dead or nonexistent Definition of Inspired~  outstanding or brilliant in a way or to a degree suggestive of divine inspiration Imagine a life where you are just exsisting you are alive, you’re working, raising a faily and you may even be successful. BUT you are just EXSISTING.  You go to work every day, You’re successful, you may even be raising a family but you feel like there is something missing. Imagine a life where you are successful, raising a family , you have a sense of purpose and everything you do is with such passion that there is no question that you have a SPECIAL gift. Do you have this...

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Stuck in a Pattern you can’t get out of

Posted by on Jun 28, 2011 in Addiction, All Categories, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Emotional Mastery, Habits, Mindset, Passionate Living, Personal Development, Self Esteem | Comments Off

Stuck in a Pattern you can’t get out of

You will never know who you really are and what power you have if you never take a chance. There’s a part of you that is always fearful and only looks in the short term that screams murder when you want to do something that is potentially threatening to your survival. Let’s call it Mini You because that’s what it really is: the minimal version of you. According to Mini You a lot of things are scary: bungee jumping, driving a fast car, scuba diving but also a new job, a better relationship, going for your dream to live in another country, trusting people, sharing with others, opening up to name but a few. Mini You wants you to stay away from “risks” and do...

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How a legal principle can be your guide to a better life

Posted by on Jun 16, 2011 in Career & Money, Family, Freedom, Lifestyle, Mindset, Relationships | Comments Off

How a legal principle can be your guide to a better life

I know. Sexy and enticing title! Bear with me, this might actually help you see things in a new way. A lifetime ago, I was a law student. A rather unsuccessful one, but a law student nonetheless. I don’t remember much from that time. To be accurate, only two things have stuck with me over the years. The first, is an almost crippling fear of the word contract. Mention it once and see me run to the opposite direction. The second is one of the most basic legal principles in civil law systems. The principle simply states: Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine lege, which translates to No crime, no punishment without a law. What this means is that we can’t arbitrarily decide...

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Start now!

Posted by on Jun 16, 2011 in Career Change, Coaching, Creativity, Leadership, Life Purpose, Mind Power, Mindset, Personal Development, Responsibility, Wellness | Comments Off

Start now!

 If you’re reading this, I’m hoping that you, like me, know that you have a soul and that it is eternal. And hopefully you know that your soul came to this world with its own promise. Its own mission. Just like 007. Well, maybe not with the gun and the cool car, but you, too, are meant to do something in this world that only you can do. And whether you refer to this as “answering your calling” or “doing your life’s work” be aware that forces stronger than your dreams are trying to prevent you from living them and keep you just where you are. In comfort. But it’s never too late to change. We are often bombarded with our own...

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Choose your standards, choose your life

Posted by on Jun 15, 2011 in Emotional Mastery, Family, Finances, Health, Leadership, Relationships | Comments Off

Choose your standards, choose your life

Everybody has a standard and everybody has the highest standard. Right! Most of us live according to our standard. Our standard in our finances, our relationships, our health and fitness and what we put into our body every day etc. This standard is often unconscious but it is certainly programmed deep within us. We learned them from our parents, our friends in school, the media etc. This standard determines what we expect and what we do. An example of a standard at work is when someone that never had money all of a sudden wins the lottery. Guess what often happens? They are usually broke in 3 to 5 years after winning the money. Why? Because of their standard. The...

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