PICK OF THE DAY:
Wow, I just heard about an event that Hay House is hosting June 1st through the 10th and it sounds like a doozie. The summit will bring together 110 (yes, 110!) world-renowned experts from the personal growth field who will be sharing practical, applicable ways in which they incorporate their teachings in their own lives and how you can do the same. The line-up of presentors includes Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Esther Hicks, Marianne Williamson, Anita Moorjani, Don Miguel Ruiz, Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch and Michael Bernard Beckwith. And the whole thing is FREE! Sign up now and you will also gain access to 6 pre-event videos featuring Esther Hicks, Wayne Dyer, Doreen Virtue and others.
TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – Yep!
# 2 – Go here and get a free download of the first 4 chapters of David Cameron Gikandi’s A Happy Pocket Full of Money book. A great read and no sign up necessary.
# 3 – An insightful post about 5 words to erase from your vocabulary…
BTW, I ended up leaving a comment on the page saying I would also add the word “try” to Jeff’s list….to me it’s a little like “but”…already hedging your bets and paving the way for the possibility of not doing what you’re saying you’re going to try to do.
I would also lump “mistake” in there with “failure.” Will be glad when those two words and point of view start vanishing from our vocabularies and way of thinking. Often what on the surface may feel like, look like, or be judged as a mistake, ends up being something that catapults us forward or causes us to re-align ourselves and change and grow. If we were doing the best we could in the moment, and it (the “mistake” or “failure”) helped us learn what we’d do differently in the future, then is it really a mistake or a choice that brought growth and increased clarity?
Also, someone named David left a comment on the blog that contained a neat tip you may want to try…
“Really great post! Here’s a really cool thing I read somewhere: While saying “I can’t”, do something very simple that you know you can do. For example, hold your breath for 10 seconds, or anything else you CAN do, for a very short time. Then, increase the time, maybe by another 10 seconds, all the while saying “I can’t _____”. It acts like “negative” therapy, and it tricks your brain. After a while, you realize that saying “I can’t” doesn’t really mean anything.”
# 4 – All of you out there that have a message to share may be interested in this innvitation to a free call with Peggy McColl…
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Once you’ve gone to all the trouble of writing a book it just makes sense to put in the little extra effort it takes to make it a bestseller. In fact it’s almost ESSENTIAL for anyone hoping to turn their book, their message, into a solid income-producing career of coaching, public speaking, and further publishing success.
You see … a book, by itself, is not a business. But when you can add “best-selling author” to your resume, you throw open the doors of possibility. The trouble is most authors have no clue how to do it! (And don’t expect your publisher to show you – most of THEM don’t know how, either.) But Peggy McColl sure does.
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If you’d like to see how it’s done, simply use this link to visit the registration page. (Yes, you do need to register even though it’s free because attendance is limited.)
You’ll also find more details on this event there, too.
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# 5 – And from Abraham…
“Let your alignment (with Well-Being) be first and foremost, and let everything else be secondary. And not only will you have an eternally joyous journey, but everything you have ever imagined will flow effortlessly into your experience. There is nothing you cannot be or do or have—but your dominant intent is to be joyful. The doing and the having will come into alignment once you get that one down.”