Favorite Things I Learned in 2015

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Favorite Things I Learned in 2015

  1. Be as honest as you have the courage to be about yourself, and your life and if you happen to abbreviate what you share to others, always, always tell the full truth to yourself.
  2. Natural is best. All facades fall away and they’re a waste of time, money, and the few days we have here. Gather in what’s real, by first being real yourself.
  3. God is loving, kind, and in favor of each person equally. Always.
  4. Focus your time in business on WHAT YOU DO BEST. Do what you know works and perfect it. Don’t get distracted or side-tracked looking over the fence at other people and un-tested ideas. When you find “your thing” stay focused and expand and perfect a FEW THINGS.
  5. In sensitive conversations, drop all thoughts, and “I know” ego and stories and speak from the heart. We barely know anything. Eliminate assumptions and share simple intentions and clear requests and add nothing else.
  6. Ask open ended questions when solving problems like, “I wonder how many ways we can get new customers or I wonder how quickly I can forgive this and move on?” QUESTIONS keep multiple doors open for answers to come, and there are always answers. Always.
  7. Let go of every single, low, and negative experience you’ve ever had as quickly as you can, as frequently as it comes up, and as deeply as you know how to do, which allows love fill the space and for your life to transform to a higher level completely and unexpectedly.
  8. “Arriving” is a state of mind, not a destination. “Being enough” is a feeling inside, not an achievement.
  9. Some changes take time and a process, even if they feel immovable even if it takes you seven years to achieve them. No matter how long, or challenging, stay focused on what you want. We end up getting what we want and what we were willing to take.
  10. When people come into your life who love you and you love them back and you really deeply trust them, these relationships are sacred. Shower these people with appreciation and never let anything pile up between you. These are rare treasures.

 

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