Spiritual Awareness: The Power of Our Words

I hired a new business coach in January, Stephen McGhee, because
I was beyond ready to make some major changes in my business and my life.  And, I had gotten willing to do whatever it took to bring my life more into alignment with what I most deeply desired.  I knew he was the guy to help me make that happen, and I have been thrilled to be bringing great things to fruition just a couple of months into our work together.

In fact, for a few days, I had been saying to anyone who would listen, “I am on fire!  Things are going so great.”  I am no longer saying that after waking up one morning with my throat ablaze.  On fire, really.  Oops!

Then I completely lost my voice for a couple of days.  Gave me some inner reflection time, which is when I made the connection between my fiery enthusiasm and my blazing throat.  I also realized that I needed some time to integrate so many good things happening all at once!

My beautiful dance of life continues to amaze me when I’m willing to take full responsibility for creating everything in my life.  I’d like to think that the next time I need a little integration time, I will plan a few quiet days in the New Mexico desert . . .  It probably won’t make as good a story, but it also won’t be quite as painful or debilitating!

Isn’t life cool?!? (Notice my balancing words!)

So what about you?  What have you been creating in your life with the power of your words?

Our “stories” continue to fascinate me . . .   

Feel free to post a segment of yours here on the blog . . .

1 comment to Spiritual Awareness: The Power of Our Words

  • It all starts in 2008. As an Indonesian who have just gdatuared with from a university in Malaysia, I was eagerly looking for my first job. I have always thought that I would enjoy working in a good company and that will be equally great to make use of whatever I learned in the university. Sure enough, I found my first job in Singapore that year. I worked with that company thinking if I could always do this and would always enjoy doing this until I am older. I worked here while trying to get my mind off of job whenever I have reached home by playing games and reading books until there was a clash with the head of the company which forced me to quit. I moved on and landed my second job. Here, the nagging feeling that I had grew even worse. Looking at how everything is going, I may end up dying of boredom or of office politics eventually. At this point started looking out for other opportunities to earn money. I got really hooked up with trying to earn money over the internet but I didn’t seem to make it. Few months in the journey, I realized that to be able to be consistent in whatever I am doing, I have to love what I am doing. Right then, my search for passion started. There are books that draws passion as deeply related to religion or mental and also to way of thinking. There are other books which encourage me to think back to the time when I was small and figure what do I really like to do back then. All these readings and exercises kind of give me some idea here and there but I am still not sure what exactly is my passion and whether I can really make money with it. And the pursue becomes never ending without any clear actionable items. This is where I believe you would be able to help me with Trailblazer. I have been following your blog and from the look of it, you are one of the best source to get an insight from on this area of life. From the video that was recently posted, I can see that you are able to bring up the potential of a person selling Chinese medicine, and that’s not even something common! From the interview, I also saw that you were helping someone who already have a business, would you be able to help and provide insight to a guy who is still in doubt of his own skills and passion? (sorry if this becomes more than 300 words, but hey, the more detailed the better, right?)

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Author of Thriving Work.


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