Stuck? – 3 ways to get daily inspiration.

Inspiration can come to us in the most sudden and unexpected way, yet there are also times when it seems very elusive.  If you’re at a point in your life where you feel drained and desperately wanting be inspired again, we have a few simple tips for you that can …

STOP and Work ON instead of IN your life

Fed up with riding life’s roller coaster or non-stop treadmill? Can’t see the forest for the trees? Are you running your life with a clock or with a compass? There is a way out. Step back and work ON your life or business instead of immersed IN it. A wood …

STOP and experience patience

Let’s work smart, not hard. We want to help you spark your awareness and shift your thinking from chaos and coping to intelligent loving actions, and eventually your true authentic self will use intuition as your guide. Have patience as it takes a lifetime to move through these stages. Let …

STOP and choose!

You are responsible for the quality of your life. No one else and no situation can rob you of your power and happiness unless you allow it. Claim your power to choose what you want for yourself! Refuse to believe that you are a victim. How do you access your …

STOP and Discriminate

When you sense or intuit something, you know it is intuition and higher guidance when it creates love, inspiration and empowerment instead of creating fear and negativity. Intuition is more about a process instead of a destination. It is a verb more than a noun. Try to perceive these distinctions …

STOP and Know Yourself

A Story of Four People This is the story of four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because …

STOP and Develop discipline

Continuity of  attention and little steps creates change like drops of water eventually clearing a muddy pond and wearing down solid rock. Regular reviews – take a few minutes per day, an hour per week and a few hours per month and ask reflective mini-retreat questions. Step back and look at the bigger …

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