Archives for Living Your Passion
Tips on how to feel good… especially when the “rules” you have get in the way of that feeling. This is probably the most important skill you’ll learn so you can manifest and more importantly, just feel good :)
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Discover your strengths and new insights with this simple 5 minute exercise. I came across this journal entry from last year where I wrote out my key strengths. I found this exercise so compelling and motivating. All you need to do is write out these three statements and complete them in your own words.
Here are my own answers…
#1. FIVE THINGS I have learned about motivating myself and achieving my dreams are…
- stay in action
- create a compelling vision
- follow my heart
- be courageous
- do it NOW!
#2. FIVE THINGS I have learned about leading others and being a good team player are…
- communication is 90% of the game
- acknowledgement and appreciation motivates others
- be the change you want to see
- expect the best and coach the rest
- if you know how to do it, ask!
#3. FIVE THINGS I have learned about managing my money are…
- spend less than you earn
- have a system to create wealth
- spend only what you have (not more)
- big service = big checks
- be consistent; it pays off in the end
Now get started with your own list, START RIGHT NOW!
Grab a pen and a piece of paper and write out each of these statements with at least 5 answers for each one. Go!
P.S. I found a common theme when writing out the answers to these statements. That “theme” provided some key insights about my natural abilities and core strengths. What did you learn about yourself? What did you discover?
Nick Yaksich is one of my private coaching clients. We started working together last May. He’s a sales professional and he’s quite the personality (with a great sense of humour too!).
Since Nick and I have started working together, he has taken his monthly income and just about doubled it… he’s creating wealth alright, but that’s not all he’s creating. He’s creating music too. I thought you might enjoy this video of him playing “The Sheik of Araby.” Have a look and a listen.
I just got off the phone with a good friend of mine from University. His 3 year old daughter threw up all over him on Monday. She was sick. His daughter was all freaking out, but he was ok with it. It didn’t matter. No big deal.
When I was 16 I smashed my parents red Hyundai Elantra. Crashed right into a metal guard rail. My license was suspended and the car was a write-off.
I remember telling my dad the bad news. He approached the door in the middle of the night in his PJ’s, just nodded and said, “I’ll be right out.” He seemed pretty nonchalant about the whole episode.
Last summer I was at a friends cottage on the lake. It was the 3 of us – our new puppy (an 15 lb half pomeranian and half toy-poodle, so cute… ), my wife and I all squeezed into a single bed in my friends camper trailer. Our puppy was snuggled nicely between my armpit and the trailer wall.
At about 3am, I felt this warm feeling on my chest… got up and realized our puppy had thrown up all over my chest. I hung out my shirt to dry and went back to bed. “How cute,” I thought.
So what is my point?
Each one of these stories shares a common theme and the lesson is so simple.
If you love someone, your kids, your puppy or the work that you do… when it does throw up all over you – because eventually it will – it’s never a big deal or a blow-out drama. You can accept it for what it is.
That’s love. Love matters.
I received some audio training from Cheri Hubert. This woman is an extraordinary teacher and trainer. I’ve learned so much just listening and making notes and absorbing her teachings. I received her training as part of the bonuses to a package I purchased from T. Harv Eker back in 2006.
Here are 3 of my most favourite quotes from Cheri Hubert…
- “Being in this moment is the most intelligent you will ever be.”
- “Being present is accepting the now.”
- “If you’re living in the moment there is nothing to believe.”
October 4, 2010 | 20 Comments
I’ve been following Bob Doyle and his teachings for the last four years. I think he provides a great perspective and gives people a real deep look at how the Law of Attraction actually works. Recently I heard Bob on a teleseminar where he was speaking about living a life of passion with the Law of Attraction. He brought up some great points that I’ve organized and simplified into Bob Doyle’s 4 Steps to Harnessing the Law of Attraction.
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Here are the 4 steps again:
- Have a Vision that Emotionally Charges You Up – If you want me to learn more, sign up for my complimentary Visualization Training
- Eliminate Resistance or Any Limiting Beliefs – I’ve written several articles and recorded several videos that help you do that. Start here: Limiting Beliefs
- Hear the Voice of the Universe Through Your Intuition – I suggest you read 3 Steps to Inspired Action
- Take Consistent Action – If you get the first three steps working for you, then this last step almost seems to happen auto-magically and effortlessly… the way action should be ;)
Steve Living a Life of Passion
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September 20, 2010 | 2 Comments
You’ve got to realize that out of all the possibilities – out of all the possible plans – out of all the things you could be doing right now in this lifetime - out of all the times you could have lived or would like to live – you choose this life and you choose to live it now.
It was no accident.
You’re here to do something, to share something, to express something and be something that makes the world a better place.
There is only one of you and you’re the only here to do bring this to the world – that’s what is so great about you.
I want to help you do it. I just came out with a new product and you’re the first one to grab it for this rock bottom introductory price… click here.
We all have choices and we all have the things that we want. But what about living the rich life? What about living a life full of riches? Not just material wealth… but creating a life of real fulfillment and meaning… and knowing that YOU made a real difference while you were here.
How much is that worth to you?
If you’re experiencing a lot of frustration like I was not so many years ago, this will help.
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This is a review of T. Harv Eker’s Life Directions Intensive which I attended in January 2008. I registered for this course back in the summer of 2007 because I was unhappy in my job and wanted to move my career into an entirely new direction.
Name: Life Directions Intensive
Creator: T. Harv Eker
Purpose: Discover Your Personal Mission and Create a Successful Vision
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Life Directions Intensive
One of the most valuable insights I got from this course was with the one-on-one work that I did, not just with other participants, but with some of the coaching staff.
Peak Potentials has over delivered on every course I’ve ever attended with them. In the Life Directions Intensive they took it up a notch and did something truly unique.
At the very beginning of the course a group of 30 coaches walked up on stage and introduced themselves one by one. At first I wasn’t sure what to make of it, but then realized what was happening.
Harv had enlisted over 30 professional life coaches from all over North America to volunteer at his 3 Day Life Directions Intensive. Basically, these coaches were there for anyone who wanted coaching during the course. These coaches were a resource to help us through any area of our life – at no additional cost.
There were at least 30 different coaches – from life coaches, wellness coaches and business coaches to more specialized coaches. Anyone who was open to coaching that weekend would have been at a great advantage because they would have had their own personal coach at their disposal for the entire three days.
4 Step Life Purpose Statement
During this course you’ll also gain clarity on your mission statement. I refer to this as your life purpose statement. A statement that is at the fore front of everything you want to be, do or have. Your life purpose statement doesn’t change with time as your goals do – a life purpose statement is the same throughout your entire life.
Napoleon Hill and Andrew Carnegie taught what they believed to be two of the most important principles to become a massive success. One of those principles was to have a major definite purpose. Knowing your life purpose gives meaning to everything that you do so that you can live a purpose-driven life.
There are many ways to define your life purpose statement. I learned this method from the trainers at Peak Potentials when I attended the Life Directions Intensive.
Here is the 4-step approach that you’ll learn:
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Everyone has been brought here to do something special and unique. Something magical that inspires and motivates them to grow and become more.
Here are 3 steps to finding your purpose and destiny:
Step #1: Get clear on what comes naturally to you; the actions that bring absolute joy to your life. I experimented in this area quite a bit before I became absolutely clear on what I wanted to do. First, I’d suggest you start by reading and becoming clear on your Natural Ability.
Step #2: Create a clearly written statement that defines who you are and what you’re here to do. Once you know your hot buttons – what excites and motivates you – you want to start living from this place on a daily basis. For more clarity, see: 4 Ways to Finding Purpose in Life.
Step #3: Start applying the creative process. If you know what comes naturally to you and you know what you’re here to do, then the last step is to start applying the creative process. Specifically, I show you how to apply the creative process to your career in this article: How to Advance Your Career
If you love your job, then you can skip this. If you don’t, you won’t want to miss what I have to say.
We tend to get into patterns of habit. These habits get reinforced in our ways of being, doing and having. If you’re not completely in love with what you do for your job or career then ask yourself this question. It’s a question I wish I would have asked myself much sooner than I did.
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