“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.
It’s easy to say, “I’m sure things will work out.” But, I’ve noticed the most powerful form of encouragement is that which comes after listening to the needs and longings of someone.
The brain research into gratitude shows how expressing our thanksgiving turns on, what I call, the happy juices in our bodies—dopamine and serotonin.
When it comes to criticism, we relish the good, dismiss the bad, and if the news is more negative than we think necessary, we can get downright ugly about it.
Sometimes we drift into a state of mind when we are just going through the motions of living and are not really engaged in anything productive or meaningful. Time to snap out of it.
Surprise wakes us up from whatever business as usual mindset we were in. The surprise makes us more alert, and we might take a closer look.
Every hope we entertain is a longing for something better. For people who say we resist change, we’re always hoping change for the better will come our way.
It might surprise you that the truth in advertising laws do not require the seller to tell the truth. So, protect yourself at all times.
Whenever you must find the extra energy you need to persist in the face of doubt, courage shows up for the INPowered.
Givers profit from a deep sense of satisfaction that they were able to help with nothing required in return.
Want to be successful? Set your expectations for excellent, then hold yourself to them.
It takes courage to share new learning. You might be scoffed and ridiculed because others don’t get it.
By staying mentally flexible from daily stretching, you can live in a mental land where you never grow old.