“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.
Learning is multi-faceted. Often the issue is not our direction, but our speed and how much risk we are willing to take at any one time.
The accountability that is set by someone else feels like coercion. But accountability to ourselves feels like the freedom we relish.
simplifying our lives make the clutter more obvious and easier to discard without remorse.
We all should respect people for the content of their character. Yet, we are more likely to connect with those whose soulful essence resonates with ours.
We learn to live in harmony with the changes, especially if they bring value to our quality of life. The dis-harmony comes when we decide we do not want to change with the times.
There is something going on inside our fleshly boundary that projects itself outward in all directions. Our energy ripples from our center. There is something that makes us tick. But what? And why?
Factual truth that can be proved by evidence does not depend on whether one chooses to believe it. While belief, no matter how sincere, is entirely within the will of an individual to accept it.
Everyone wants to live forever without looking or acting like they are aging. There are aspects of growing older that are universal and inescapable.
You don’t become a pro overnight. Being naturally talented might give you a head start, but it isn’t enough by itself.
Courage is intentional. Knowing to do the right thing and acting righteously, understanding the personal consequences, but taking the action to make things better in the face of risk.
I might have made a good first impression, but the second, and the third, and the fourth impressions got progressively worse the longer I talked.
A priority is what I must do now, no matter how inconsequential it seems, in a series of linked tasks so I can do the next thing.