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.
I am an improvisational co-creator expressing the creative energy of the universe in the moment to moment unfolding of my life.
I get busy planning and implementing my plans. I adapt. I reshape, retool, recruit others to join me, and generate more creative energy as I anticipate bringing myself closer to that which draws me.
Each of us produces a piece of the whole effort, and the quality of our contribution matters to the quality of the whole.
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?
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.
Every response to the question, “Why?” invites further exploration into the underlying Why. The process itself is the INPowered Way.
The brain research into gratitude shows how expressing our thanksgiving turns on, what I call, the happy juices in our bodies—dopamine and serotonin.
Givers profit from a deep sense of satisfaction that they were able to help with nothing required in return.
Nature involves a struggle, a give and take, resistance, challenge. Hanging in there, persisting, overcoming is fundamental to personal growth.
Our north star as a guiding, changeless, principle or value that informs our goals and decisions.
Your true personal brand should manifest from the way you live your cause.