October 13th, 2012
Relevance is a quintessential need that you must have in order to achieve anything in life. It is relevance that keeps your employees happy, it is relevance that keeps you in relationships and it is relevance that gives you the drive to do what you do every day – day in day out. However relevance is NOT a permanent state and changes as your experience changes.
This is the connecting glue of our interactions with life, people, work, and our beliefs. In order for something to have significance it must first start with relevance. Have you ever noticed how at any event people with similar interests – relevance – are grouped together? This is because they have a relevance that means something significant to them. ...
Tags: belief, connection, glue, relevance, significance
August 14th, 2012
people can talk, quite a bit actually, about everything from their dreams to things they will do. this is a very strange phenomenon as a society we have come to to talk about things we WILL do but rarely even really think about doing them.
i do think there is some good intention when words come out, however actions are not expressed in words. there is something to be said for the fact that words can provoke action, however words are not action, words are a placebo for the mind.
action expresses priorities - which means that what you DO will actually be what your priority is. if someone says that they want to go find a job and then next think you know their playing a game ...
August 13th, 2012
everyone carries a temple with them - but rarely is it taken care of. if you knew you had a temple, the best anyone has had, full of everything you could ever imagine, wouldn't you take care of it?
that temple is your body; everyday you abuse that temple and rarely take the chance to take care of it until someone who is close to you suffers from something.
your temple needs cleaning, good care, and most of all attention - what it gives you in return is endless. too often we abuse our temple and then wonder about the outcomes years later.
like any building it withers with time, and if repeatedly not taken care of - will not last for its intended duration.
Tags: body, temple, wellness
August 12th, 2012
nothing is ever smooth sailing - in fact the smoothness of the sail depends on the imperfection of what you are doing. It is the way you move with the currents, the way you deal with the swallows, and the wind that will make your journey either smooth sailing or awfully bumpy.
we often try to fight our way through a situation, when in reality if you were to just go with it and go in the direction it wants you to go you end with a much smoother sail.
are you going to end up where you intentionally wanted to go? maybe, maybe not, but either way at the end you will have enough energy to get where you want to go; and who knows the ...
Tags: desire, direction, imperfection, intention, journey, sail