One of the biggest hurdles I faced in my career was having to start all over. I decided to go a different direction in my career that was the polar opposite. One of the biggest energetic blocks in my achieving success was not knowing where to put 100% of my focus during the transition. After years of telling myself, I wasn’t educated enough, claiming no one did what I do there is no market, I can’t make money doing spiritual counseling and everything else in between I used it. Thinking back, it was the lack of self-confidence and fear of failure.
It’s a hard place live neither hot nor cold, or cold and hot the next day about a direction in your career. If you are putting your energy into an array of things hoping your big break will happen, yet you can’t pay the bills, you work tirelessly and still have no direction my advice– STOP EVERYTHING NOW!
Decide what you want. Once you have decided why you are here, you have to decide what you want to do, be, and have. What do you want to accomplish? What do you want to experience? And what possessions do you want to acquire? In the journey from you are to where you want to be you have to decide where you want to be. In other words, what does success look like? Quoted from Principle #3 “Decide What You Want” in The Success Principles by Author Jack Canfield.
I think most teachers are teaching things they either want to learn or have learned in their personal life. I decided to host a series of events on success. It’s not your ordinary event where speakers are telling you what to do or “get highly motivated” no, this event is a transformational self-help group where people get to share their fears, sacrifices, anger and during the event let go of the burden society puts on us to be successful.
To be successful, you have to start from a place of understanding what your personal feelings of success are. Understanding personal feelings create a starting point, an emotional connection to your calling while pushing out the world’s influences on you.
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Create a lifestyle you don’t need a vacation from.
Recently, the WSJ article notes wellness programs can help employers reduce not only absenteeism but also “presenteeism” (you’re at work but not maximally productive), habits that collectively cost U.S. employers an estimated $36B a year in lost productivity.
Corporate wellness is not water cooler talk any more. There is a real science behind the truth and we all get to benefit from it!
Every leader of an organization can benefit from Professional Development and Wellness programming. I have spent year designing and collaborating with festival producers, community, entertainment and corporate players to chunk it down to the basics. I use a series of tools including edutainment programming with proven learning technologies that engage trust, focus, collaboration and inspires creativity.
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A Side Note From Brandi Veil:
I am sending many blessings to you. Remember, what is in the book may not be on the cover. There is more happening than another way to earn an income in this economy. This global phenomenon is the spark of the grand reconnection, “sacred commerce” and the “gift economy.” The potential is here; it’s now up to us to open the door through our heart to receive the real value in this system. Reconnect with one another and live a prosperous life.
Here are a few sites to explore and try out.
Wondering what is happening in the world of the sharing, collaborative and peer to peer economy? Automotive, hospitality, retail, technology, entertainment and media–the landscape is changing rapidly. In a survey, Dec. 17, 2014 – Dec. 22, 2014 PWC sampled US consumers who have some familiarity with the sharing economy. This sample cut across age, income, region and gender. The bulk of their questions were asked of the 44% of respondents who are familiar with the sharing economy and 56% were not.