Heart, Head and Mouth Agreement

Hey Peeps! 2014 is the year of Abundant Rain! I wanted to talk to you about how important it is to have your Heart, Head and mouth in agreement in order to fully manifest the life you love! Never forget that in your heart is the root of every thought you think, word you speak and ultimately the life you live! Check your hearts peeps!
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EXCITING NEWS!!!

Many of you have asked when I’d be teaching another Living A Powerful Life class. Here’s the info for this semester. Sign up now! Seating is limited.
When: Friday Nov 8, 15, 22, and Dec 6
Time: 6:30 – 8 pm

How much? The 2-Day Life Mapping Intensive is valued at $599; the Goal Setting and To Do Session is valued at $259; the Visioning Session is valued at $379, and the Personal Mission Statements, Confessions and Meditations Session is valued at $249… what do YOU Get, your Life’s Framework that you can build upon and expand as wide as your purpose allows… The PHENOMENAL Pricing for this course is ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH THE ROCK U. (It’s my way of expanding my capacity while giving back). Registration is… (WAIT FOR IT…) ONLY $10 per student (a small donation).
I promise you’ll never be the same if you commit to doing the work. Come out and start the process of Living Your Life In Power – Unapologetically!
http://www.sdrock.com/rocku/210/living-a-powerful-life-east-county/

Lose Your Ego Find Your Purpose

I was riding in the car the other day when I heard an ad on the radio that made me pause. The ad was trying to get people to apply for a position at a charitable organization. It wasn’t really a riveting ad. Then, like an unexpected punch in the gut, I heard the phrase, “Lose your ego and find your purpose.”. It not only made me pause, but it started my wheels to turning. I began to wonder just how many ways do opportunities come to shape us for the future that we missed because of our inability to lose our ego.

Lessons Learned From Jim Rohn

As we begin the fall season, I think about Jim Rohn’s advice, “… Learn how to reap in the fall without apology. Without apology if you’ve done well. Without complaint if you have not. …”. That is such a powerful way of thinking about the life we live. It makes us recognize that every life has seasons; summer (when everything is beautiful and going well), winter (the hard times of life), spring (times of promise and opportunity – the places of sewing and planting), and fall (harvest time for the things we’ve planted – things we live off of now, store up for later, and stash for emergency and hard times).
Taking the seasons of life and breaking theme down like that makes me remember all the times of fall for my life when I had nothing to reap because I hadn’t planted or cultivated for my future. Oh how I used to lament during the rough winters! Bills due, hinge needing to be done that couldn’t be done. There were many, many moments of living the coulda, woulda, shoulda mantra out. I would replay the things I could have done differently over and over again. Well, I did that replay until the day I said – it doesn’t matter what I did that got me here. I’m here so what next? How do I not be here next time?
http://youtu.be/UIBRBgNKArg
One day it hit me. My life is my responsibility. If it isn’t going well, I need to fix it. I realized that planning and caring for my life is a … science. There is a formula that works to bring the things I want into my life. If I don’t apply the science, I won’t receive the desired result. I remember creating my first Life Map, wondering if it will work. Hoping for something different next fall. Then I remember the moment of pride from creating, sticking to maintaining my goal! I realized that the complaining in the fall doesn’t make the reaping any easier. Doesn’t make the dead or insufficient harvest any more alive or sufficient. The formula of planning and execution makes the rest of it all work so smoothly.
The truth is, the seasons of life change. We must learn to be fully responsible for the life we live. We have to be okay with what we reap and learn from those places where we haven’t done our parts. Jim called taking responsibility for want happens to us the best of human maturity. He said , “… I’m not saying its easy. I’m saying its the best.” Live daily trying – striving to be your best. Truthfully, the only thing one can do is learn from the past, live for now, and become responsible for the coming future.