Positive affirmations are one of the most powerful tools in changing unconscious self-sabotaging behavior. They have the power to transform thoughts of not enough into overflowing abundance.
In the final post of my three part series Abundance Training, I mashup two big ideas that create a great mission statement for your life.
One of my favorite business mentors Simon Sinek spoke at TED in 2010 on how great leaders inspire action and it forever changed the way I looked at providing service as a salesman. The basic premise of his presentation is that if you know why you do what you do then everything else will flow from there…
In Abundance Training Part 1: The Art of Letting Go and Receiving, I discussed how gratitude, visualization and giving unconditionally will empower you to receive gifts beyond your wildest dreams.
Today I am focusing on how refining and developing your character through greater integrity, providing value in your relationships, and being committed to your word all create more wholeness and fulfillment in your life.
One of my favorite definitions for the word abundance is overflowing fullness. It does not necessarily mean more affluence or wealth, although that may be the case. I will detail some strategies and actions I have taken using real-life events that have led to greater fulfillment in different areas of my life.
Everyone’s reality is different, but the one common denominator is we all have the power of choice. Did you know: humans have somewhere in the range of 50,000-70,000 thoughts per day, or 35-48 per minute?