In The Strangest Secret, Earl Nightingale challenges us to take a 30-Day Test, and that test begins this week for my Strangest Secret students. Each participant has chosen a 30-Day Goal and will begin their 30-Day Test on April 22nd.
Guidelines for the 30-Day Test:
- Decide on your 30-Day Goal
- Write it on a card
- Think about it first thing in the AM, last thing in the PM and often throughout the day
- Maintain a cheerful, positive outlook
- Don’t let petty things annoy you
- Be of Service~ build, work, dream, create
- Do more than you have to do
- Give of yourself, more than you ever have before
- Don’t concern yourself with how it’s going to happen
- Listen to The Strangest Secret one or more times DAILY (this is my addition, not Earl’s, although I know he would approve)
Here are some of the 30-Day Goals
- Win a contest (for a Macbook Pro!)
- Get the promotion
- Finish a screenplay (been working on it for two DECADES!)
- Find a new best friend (just moved cross country)
- And my personal favorite ~ meet her husband
CLARIFICATION: I am not “her” hahahaha…someone in the group.
Here’s my 30-Day Goal: To have my house sold by May 22nd. I need to paint, carpet, repair, clean, purge, donate, pack and stage by May 15th (Brokers’ Open) and sell by May 22nd (the day before my realtor goes on vacation).
You can play along at home!
Decide on a great 30-Day Goal, write it on a card and follow the guidelines above. Ohhhhhhh and this is essential~ listen to the recording every day, at least once
Feel free to share what your 30-Day Goal will be. And please wish us all luck as we progressively realize our worthy ideals***
*** Earl Nightingale defines SUCCESS as “The progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”
For the past two weeks I’ve been having a lot of fun playing with an idea I got from Pam Grout’s newest book “E-Cubed~Nine More Energy Experiments that Prove Manifesting Magic and Miracles is Your Full-time Gig.” Grout has a practice of getting up every morning and proclaiming the following: Continue reading
This week we’re doing Experiment #2 from E-Squared by Pam Grout. As a group, we set out to explore the theory that
we impact the field of potentiality (FP) and draw from it based on our beliefs and expectations. Continue reading
If you’ve been anywhere near me in the past six months, you’ve undoubtedly heard about my love affair with #1 NY Times Bestseller, E-Squared by Pam Grout. This is, perhaps THE best resource I’ve found to help us truly understand how our thoughts create our reality. Continue reading
While putting the finishing touches on my newest coaching program, I gained some great insight from a metaphor in the book E-Squared, by Pam Grout. (I LOVE when that happens!) Grout says… Continue reading
The very first experiment in my new favorite book, E2 by Pam Grout, tells us to ask for a blessing or unexpected gift from the “Field of Potentiality” (the FP) or God or the Universe or Infinite Intelligence or whatever higher power you believe in. You set a 48 hour limit and you ask for “a thumbs up, a clear sign, something that cannot be written off as coincidence.” Continue reading
I am SUPER excited to be starting a book study on Think & Grow Rich in a few hours. Although I’ve been facilitating groups on this book for almost eight years, this time I will be the student. My teachers will be the awesome Paul Martinelli and Roddy Galbraith.
What is the meaning of the word definite and why should we care? Dictionary.com defines definite as:
Clearly defined or determined;
not vague or general;
precise; exact. Continue reading
This was the beautiful scene I enjoyed on Friday
That’s a quote from the book E2 by Pam Grout. This week my master mind partners and I are doing the last experiment, which is called “The Fish & Loaves Principle.” The hypothesis is that
“if I change my outlook and make a concerted effort to look for goodness, beauty and abundance, it will show up in spades”. Continue reading
I recently became aware of a simple secret about goal achieving and I’m excited to share it! Immediately after deciding on your goal:
- Go out and LOOK for it!
- EXPECT to find it!
- HAVE FUN searching!
- FANTASIZE about telling your friends you achieved it! Continue reading