“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.
My library includes hundreds of INPowering Thoughts produced over the years. You can select a category of interest and view the posts I have added in that category. Enjoy.
A benevolent heart is generous with money, talent, time, and encouragement. The generous chip in whenever they see the need.
We owe it to ourselves to find two or three minutes of stillness several times a day. Even in crowed, noisy places, you can calm yourself with measured deep breaths.
Watching out in all directions and being realistic about risk is not being paranoid. Being watchful is being mindfully present.
The mind and body are not two separate selves; they are two aspects of the same self. They are inseparable and partner in decision-making.
The selfish stir things up to create an advantage for themselves in their manufactured urgency. The selfish want you to give them what they want now,
An adventure is a trip outside the comfort zone where there are wonders to behold that will add depth and breadth to your life.
I find it more INLightening when I take the time to listen to ideas in as much detail as possible from the original source of those ideas rather than listening to others’ interpretation or spin on those ideas.
Morality matters. The INPowered wake up to its power and speak up for its value, and show up when it is under attack from the vile self-interest of the disconnected.
Self-provocation is putting the pressure on yourself to spring into action—to lead with your heart when you head just can’t come up with the reasons.
When you lead the collaborative effort you show that you are willing to see the value in others, their ideas and their beliefs.
An oasis draws attention just by being present. It need not boast or proclaim its value. The value is implicit in its welcoming existence.
It’s when you commit to doing something for someone else when you have nothing to gain directly, that you are on the verge of finding your life purpose.