I Learned Compassion From Horses

By Kerri Lake I learned compassion from horses. They respond to our every request, and it is our job to be aware of what we're requesting! They don't judge whether our leg is in the right place, whether the rider is a good person, whether their life is appropriate. They simply live, share, and love for the sake of love. [...]

Watching a wildfire – LIVE! …with a chew toy and a “who’s a good boy?”

Spark, fuel and wind. They’re the three key ingredients in a massive word of mouth wildfire. A month ago I predicted Charmaine Hammond would hit New York Times.  Her spark and fuel are just so strong.   Charmaine has dedicated her life to helping others live better lives through her teaching of resiliency.  And her dog Toby has become a hero [...]

Could you handle a Flood?

Cidnee Stephen was my special guest this morning on The Wildfire Way! on the subject of How to Get a Flood of New Business without Spending a Dime. One great question she asked – could you do one referral for someone else everyday? Can you imagine the kind of positive energy that would create around you if you helped 300 [...]

Do you know what micro-inequities are stopping you?

Daniel Gutierrez said something powerful to me this week  (actually he said a number of really powerful things, but this one really hit).   He talked about the minor differences between what you are saying and what your thoughts are generating in your emotions.  Bottom line – what’s coming out of your mouth may not be the way others are experiencing [...]

Turn a “No” into a win – The top thing you can do!

It's a little known secret that embracing the word "no" can be one of the top factors in bringing in more sales. Pop Quiz - When someone flat out tells you "no",  you: a) bluntly tell them to get lost; b) politely excuse yourself while mentally noting to call block them; or c) Use your Iphone for a purpose that [...]

What the movie “King of Kong” can teach you about relationship marketing

If you’re old enough to remember the first generation of video games you’ll know that Donkey Kong was once considered the hardest game on the planet. Most of us never made it past level 3 of the 22 levels. So when the movie “King of Kong” was recommended to me, it was tempting to take a pass. I may have [...]

The Cycle of Reciprocity – How relationship capital can turn into computers for African Schools

My friend and colleague Shawne Duperon (www.ShawneTV.com) teaches “the cycle of reciprocity” – How making investments in others creates energy flow back to you.  Shawne is at the heart of my own cycle of reciprocity here this morning. Several months ago, my kids and I started planning a holiday to Africa.  I remember expressing a wish that it will become [...]

Some great new reading to check out!

Guess what the latest research about the workplace shows? Over 91% of people spend a huge chunk of their day frustrated by their coworkers’ dysfunctional behavior and think regularly about quitting their job. Go figure. Managers waste 37% or more of their day dealing with dysfunctional behavior. Who can afford that? And now, with all the layoffs, it seems those [...]

Growing The Empowered Child Conference

Excited about HUB's Upcoming conference for teaching enlightened parenting!    Check it out!  Speakers will include my dear friend Janet Bray Attwood (Best selling author of The Passion Test), Brother Ishmael Tetteh (Conscious Humanity) and Susie Walton (Indigo Village) for this spectacular day of discovery, learning and FUN! Proceeds go to Conscious Humanity. Saturday, May 16 2009, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Qualcomm, [...]

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