If you want to succeed at something, you need to stop trying!
I realize this sounds counter-intuitive, but it’s actually great advice. Hear me out, before you decide I’m living in la-la land.
When you are trying to do something you are actually sending out a signal to the Universe that you are in fact, not doing it.
Anyone who knows me, knows I am all about the vibration we create with our thoughts and feelings.* And the vibration of trying is lower than the vibration of doing or succeeding. It really is that simple.
So the next time you find yourself saying “I’m gonna try to think positive” or “I’m gonna try to eat healthier” or “I’m gonna try to do my taxes this week,” simply remove the try. That way you can think positive, eat healthier and do those dang taxes! Isn’t that what you really want?
Disclaimer: The idea for this post came from me trying to write a blog for over a week, while simultaneously trying to finish my taxes!
*If you want to know why I am all about the vibration, you may want to read my book, The Law of Attraction is B.S.* (*Basically Simple)
Last week, my friend Sara posted her advice about preventing dementia on Facebook. (Click on the picture to see what she wrote)
This is one of those “You don’t need to read it, but I do need to write it” posts. It’s about my friend Joanne, who lost her battle with breast cancer last week. I want to write about her, how I found out she passed away and what happened to, as Joanne was famous for, make me laugh… one more time.
I recently listened to a really great seminar on Prosperity and the teacher said something which I thought was simply brilliant.
“If you don’t want it, don’t say it.”
This is one of those You-don’t-need-to-read-it-but-I-need-to-write-it posts. Today, I want/NEED to write about what happens when someone dies; more specifically, about the “signs” we receive after they’re gone.
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!
I want to start by saying I am the most un-political person I know. I really don’t know what the difference between Republicans and Democrats is. I am lost when people use terms like right wing, liberals, conservatives…
I’m not proud of that; I’m just being honest. Continue reading
Tomorrow marks the end of an era for me; it’s the end of having any teenagers. My “little boy” is turning 20 years old and it seems preposterous to me! How did things move so quickly? I still vividly remember the day that all three of my kids went to school, and how I actually had a few hours of time to myself, on a consistent basis. Now, it seems like I blinked… and I have months of time to myself, on a consistent basis. Continue reading