“Self discovery is the stepping stone to an INPowering life. Seek, and you will find.”
Thoughts are things
Our thoughts shape our actions. We can program ourselves for INPowerment when we select what we will think about and how we will think about living our lives.
I hope these sayings and my audio commentary about them will help you become more INPowered at home, at work, and in your community.
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.
The INPowered often realize that in order to make things better, someone will have to step out on a new path for the first time, and they are willing to be that trailblazer.
Think of the qualities for which you want to be known? Name them. Describe how you would be different if you possessed them. Then practice those qualities. Rehearse yourself doing what it takes for that change in character to become your authentic character.
The INPOwered will find the way, no matter how tough or discouraging. They dig deep into their bottomless well of creative energy and unleash its unfathomable power.
Some of our greatest inventions came because visionaries refused to accept things as they are. The INPowered see through the obvious into the possible.
The INPowered act to make things better by the principle of just one more of whatever it takes at a time. Just one more.
We’re big on planning and knowing exactly what outcomes we want. But how many of your plans work out exactly as you planned?
Become an activist for something that you believe in. Don’t wait for an invitation, Activate yourself. It’s a good thing.
Whichever story you tell yourself is the one you live. We tell the story we believe to be true about ourselves. And it turns out to be a self-fulfilling narrative.
We walk into the future where we want something better than what was before. More prosperous, more healthy, more safe, more just.
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.
A mistake means the result of our action did not measure up to the expectations we had when we took that action. Therefore, we can ask a few important questions as we learn our way out of our mistake.