Good in. . . Good out
We are what others see we are no matter what we think we are. We manifest the output of the inputs we choose.
Trendsetters don’t use focus groups
A trendsetter offers their creative self-expression without apology or explanation. Whether or not it becomes a trend is not even the point.
Keep your promises
Keep your promises. If you are unclear about what you will or will not do, others will assume that you will live up to their expectation of you even though you know nothing about what they expect.
Remember, you were born with a heart and a mind from which you grow a conscience and the courage to follow it, use them both.
Respect through service
Performers get noticed. Just showing you are willing to be involved and lend whatever talents and gifts you have to offer will put you on everyone’s radar.
You should feel ashamed
Feeling ashamed will give you the power to become a better person.
Do the right thing
Sometimes doing right is easy because it’s the popular course. Sometimes doing right is difficult because it cuts against popular sentiment.
The wayshower says, “Follow me. The destination is worth the journey.”
Grace flows from inner strength
Grace is confidence wrapped in kindness.
Loving is natural, hate is learned
And the seed of all hate is a grievance—or in many cases, a perceived potential grievance that must be thwarted before it comes to pass.
An INPowering leader inspires others to seek their highest good. They infuse wholesome qualities through their intentional daily example. Qualities such as truth, goodness, love and compassion.
Your 2-cents worth
We hold back because we think that breakthrough ideas come from someone else who is smarter and brighter than we are.