One of the most difficult questions I get asked is, “How are we supposed to handle loss?” It could be the loss of a job, a marriage, or a loved one. It could even be the loss of respect for a friend, or a loss of trust from a betrayal. No matter what form loss takes, the effect is still the same. Shock, confusion, hurt, anger, sadness. Of course, there are different degrees of loss.
Recent posts have focused on starting a business doing something you enjoy. But what if you want more wealth, but don’t want to start a business? Fair question, especially since many folks are completely happy working a regular job, and not everyone wants to venture out into the unknown in pursuit of greater wealth. But I do have to make one point. Even if you’re an employee working for someone else, you’re still in business.
On January 10th, I celebrated 15 years of having an online business. I also announced to my mailing list that I was creating a new email series designed to help folks access the Divine Power that lies within all of us and use it to manifest whatever you may want in life. This e-course is being offered as a “pay what you feel it’s worth” product, with payment made AFTER you go through the e-course
My wife, Linda, is currently going through the early stages of a transition. As a freelancer, she juggles several different jobs, and a number of them are coming to an end. Whereas most folks would look at this and feel a sense of failure or loss, we’re holding a more positive focus to manifest something better. The way we’re looking at this is: “What grand and glorious new thing is coming that requires so much
When I was a kid, my Aunt Pat worked in a bookstore, and I would get a variety of books they gave up on selling. Comic books, mostly, but every so often something a bit more interesting. One of the most impactual gifts I received from her was a collection of 4 books written by Og Mandino, which included “The Greatest Salesman in the World.” This was my first “success / motivation” book, and is
Over the last few weeks, there have been quite a few questions asked about manifesting. And today, we have more questions to answer. Before I get into the questions, however, I want to share the results of a small survey I’ve been running on the signup form for the new 30-day e-course. Not surprisingly, when asked what people want to manifest into their lives, wealth came in as #1. In fact, nearly everyone signing up
What if ….? Two of the most powerful words in our language. Many people use them when worrying about things they don’t want to experience. What if I get sick? What if I lose my job? What if my husband / wife is having an affair? What if I try this and it doesn’t work out? What if I’m successful and can’t live up to it? The problem here is that when you are thinking
Lots of questions coming in, so we’ll have another Q&A day here. One of the biggest questions that keeps popping up is how do you make your manifestation efforts more consistent. Some folks have mentioned they get great results with small things, but are still having trouble with the more important goals on their list. Both of these lead to the same answer. It’s not an easy answer to hear, though. Think of it like
In both my Symbolic Solutions package and the new 30 Days to Divine Power e-course, I talk about using symbols as a shortcut to speed up and simplify the manifestation process. And while the world is full of symbols, and it’s possible to pick almost any symbol at random and make it work for you, the BEST symbols to use are the ones you get from your own deeper mind. The reason is simple. Your
I had planned to take a break from posting this weekend, however, with so many great questions coming in, I figured it was best to answer them. Maybe you’ve wondered about some of these things. BTW – these questions are focused on the new 30 Days to Divine Power e-course I released this past week. Okay, so let’s get some of the easier questions out of the way first. One question that always comes up