Today we discuss generating the courage to have fearless success in life and business.
How do you get beyond your current circumstances and generate success uncommon to most? How do you step into your life’s purpose and generate unending success and bring forth your greatness?
Today we discuss mindfulness, mysticism, and how to live a happy, more purposeful life.
What’s your purpose for your life? Are you here to simply go through the challenges of growing up, going to school, getting married, having children, earning money, and then, after many years of trying to find happiness through altering states of pain and pleasure, be buried and gone?
Today we discuss how to reprogram our thinking, adjust our point of view, and generate a compelling future that’s bigger and brighter than we’ve ever dreamed possible.
When it comes to expanding what’s possible in our lives, the first and most important step in the right direction is changing our point of view. But, how do we actually do that?
Life With The Girlfriends with Christine Marie Peters & Julie Peters
Topic: This week the girlfriends have a guest on the show, Heath Armstrong, self-described digital nomad or location independent. Christine Marie and Julie talk mindfulness, morning rituals, and movie reviews.
OVERCOMING FEAR BY TRAINING & DIRECTING THE MIND:
CONFRONTING & VANQUISHING INSECURITY,ANXIETY, WORRY, DISCONTENT BY TRAINING THE MIND TO SERVE THE PURPOSE OF THE SOUL
Running on Fumes ©2015 Joan M. Newcomb
On Monday I work up sick, and spent the first day walking around in amazement. I never get sick so I don't know what to do. If I have a headache or a sprained ankle, I forget to take aspirin.
The second day I asked someone what you do when you get sick. They said 'rest,' a novel idea since I'd usually power through it.
The third day I drank ginger tea, which helped, and was tremendously productive. Yesterday I was 100% better, but today I'm drinking ginger tea again.
You Are Loved, Lovable and Worthy of Love ©2015 Joan M. Newcomb
I am sitting in a downtown Starbucks. It is not designed to hang out in. It has hard metal seats and tiny row tables. It's across from a city park, where city denizens live.
A woman comes in with a huge stroller and a tiny toddler. Her daughter has a grey T-shirt with a big strawberry on it. She is a bright spark of light amongst beings who have accumulated many shades of gray.
I see a lot of diversity, but not a lot of happiness. There's a lot of pain on the streets outside of Starbucks.
Real World Manifesting ©2015 Joan M. Newcomb
Think about all the things, people, and situations that you've created in your life. Some you can validate that you created - you graduated from high school, you got into college, you chose that (even if it wasn't the college of your choice, you made it happen). If you got married, you chose that (even if you chose to get divorced later - and you chose that, too).
It's harder to validate that you chose being born, and you chose the family that you were born into.
Pure And Simple Happiness ©2015 Joan M. Newcomb
Whole Foods opened it's very first store in Tacoma yesterday and I was unbelievably happy. We've lived here for 18 months and I've been trekking to Seattle almost weekly for my organic fruits and veggies.
I could rave on about the store - it's enormous, it's bigger than the one in Rockville in the DC area where I'd shop when caring for my mom - but it isn't about the store, it's about the feeling.
It was pure and simple, childlike joy.
Values and Worth ©2015 Joan Newcomb
What's most important in life for you? Where do you focus 90% of your attention? What do you spend most of your money on? Do you feel satisfied with your life?
The answer to these questions may - or may *not* give you a clue about your core values.