“We are where we should be, doing what we should be doing, otherwise we would be somewhere else doing something else.” — Richard Stine Melissa’s Words of Wisdom You are perfectly where you are supposed […]
Hey Friends, I am on a mission to help all the dreamers out there begin to actually LIVE their dreams! Dreams are meant to be LIVED folks! In order to do that, we need to […]
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” ~ Dr. Forrest C. Shaklee Melissa’s Words of Wisdom Do you ever wonder what tomorrow holds for you? Hmmm, well, you can start off […]
“Every great story on the planet happened when someone decided not to give up, but kept going no matter what.” ~ Spryte Loriano Melissa’s Words of Wisdom You are a great story waiting to happen!! […]
Have you ever spent a bunch of money on something, thinking that represented your commitment to your dream and your readiness and willingness to change, however when it came time to actually do something and take action, you did nothing?
Maybe it was a gym membership that never got used, maybe home-workout equipment and videos that hardly got used, books that never got read, or maybe you were like me and invested in starting a business and then froze when it came time to do something with it. I believe we’ve all done this before to some degree. Why does that happen? It’s the paralyzing Fear of Getting Started!
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The Law of Authenticity states that, “The most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself.” So what does that mean really? It means that the world is going to benefit the most when you stop pretending to be someone you’re not and you start being more of who you really are! It means it’s soooo important for you to know who you really are! Do the inner work. Do the self reflection to discover more of your true and authentic self.
Nathaniel Hawthorne was a writer and novelist who lived in the early- to mid-1800s. He said, “No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which one is true.” This is how I define authentic communication. It is all about wearing the same face in every situation and communicating from the heart regardless of the environment or the person or people with whom you are speaking.
Is there a deeper lesson to learn from the fairy tales we learned as kids?