Where there is whining, let me bring praise. Where there is self-pity, let me bring gratitude and appreciation for my life as it is, where there is neediness and clinging, let me bring release, where there is fear of work, let me bring an attitude of willing to serve and earn. Where there is poverty mentality, let me bring a millionaire mindset and an attitude of abundance. we feel blessed because this opportunity came. These are the cards you’ve been dealt. It is up to me, because I take responsibility, to play those cards, whether I caused it or not. I need to forgive and thank the people who hurt me for making me stronger and sharpening me to use this pain to go to school and try to resolve it. At least I got a Masters Degree out of it.
be active in life. Go for it and be bold. Go for a walk.
Majestic View Park tonight in Arvada, Colorado
Happy people tend to see what is good, expect something good. It’s just an artistic experiment. Actively look for good. Tend not to be self-critical. I need to let go of intolerance and critical and judgement. Need to tolerate. but distinguish between misdemeanors, high misdemeanors and felonies. No using, abusing, trying to mask an evil motive behind a supposed good motive. Let there be light and expose the lies and covertness. Lying, bullying, threatening, holding hostage, put downs, lying, making excuses for being shitty, felonies.
Preferences like county music, as opposed to classical, dark carpet instead of tan, different character defects, but trying to become a better version of yourself. do not compare or try to be like another, but trying to become better: emotionally, financially, professionally. not envious. those are misdemeanors.
Person is needy and clingy and I think I need to take Boundaries.
Tire was flat because yesterday. I worked an assignment and had to park on rocks. Can’t prove that parking on the rocks caused it, but I have my suspicions. They put on the spare, which I had wondered about, and am buying a new tire. Have to say thank you that I even noticed.
Got website going. Regina eagle harpist.
Why am I not happy. Am I expecting the external world to meet my demands, or am I meeting my needs without depending on external, but appreciating what is. Dr. Henry Cloud really explains this well. Only 10 percent of our happiness comes from something external. True happiness is a mixture of temperament, whom we decide to befriend, are they supportive and loving friends who do not expect you to be perfect, are supportive of your growth and goals and are not threatened, and having a purpose.
Here are a few helpful tips that can help you develop and maintain your authenticity in your life and business, especially in times of change when decisions can be hard to make.
1) Trust yourself. Throughout your life, you will inevitably experience many ups and downs, many victories and failures. These can harm your trust and confidence in yourself. Always choose to deepen trust. What is required of you is an increase in your ability to inquire into your true motivations, attitudes and behaviors in order to develop greater maturity and discernment, not a relinquishment of your self-wroth or confidence.
2) Embrace your true friends. Your true friends are those that do not require you to be perfect to deserve their love. They understand that life is a deep learning journey and you are worthy of love, trust and respect even if you make mistakes and are improving your skills, capacity and ability as you go along.
3) Listen to feedback. All feedback is good feedback even the criticism you’d rather not receive. You are not here to be perfect, you are here to serve. And the more feedback you receive, the better you become at really meeting the needs of those you are here to serve.
4) Become unstoppable. The part of you that reflects on throwing in the towel when the going gets tough is the same part of you that is looking for shortcuts when the learning and growing is slow and lies far outside of your comfort zone. Whatever happens, become unstoppable. Find someone, a good coach, teacher or mentor, that can help you navigate the open sea of life, set your sail to something that holds deep meaning and joy for you, and leave the harbor. It is only at sea that you can fully appreciate the great vessel of your human life.
Authenticity is not something that others can give you or take away. Authenticity is something you either care for or not. And when you do, it is always with you.
Wishing you an authentic weekend.
To your mindful leadership,
Dawa Tarchin Phillips
Founder & CEO, Empowerment Holdings