“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.
Why is it that people say they find more meaning in their volunteer work than in the work they do to earn a paycheck? You can make your work whatever you want it to be.
Finding wholeness happens only when I cannot discern the boundary between myself and the universe from which I come and in which I live.
When we seek to become the most perfect version of ourself, we always are holding ourself accountable for the decisions we make to live in love.
We can see only so far, and we have no idea what is hidden in the woods. Yet, we move forward.
When those self-imposed delays and detours hit you, try asking the appropriate question so you can act now.
Every day we can seek to improve ourselves in some way—to accomplish a personal best in some aspect of our life.
You are here. Sometimes in our life we have to stop and get oriented to where we are. You are here. You can do anything you want.
Sometimes, when I can’t think of many reasons why I want to take some action, I realize my desire or will was more of a whim,
The INPowered are absolutely clear about what values and ideals are so important to them that they will hold fast to that conviction no matter how terrifying the consequences might be.
We prefer to hear from those who have accomplished something rather than from those who are planning to.
Saying, “I did,” is incredibly more satisfying than saying, “I’m planning to.”
A different way to know gives us a different way to understand. And a different way to understand gives us a different understanding of our world and those with whom we share it.
The most brilliant people in the world are the first to admit how little they know in the grand scheme of things. But the fool scorns wisdom.