Everyone born into this great world has been given the natural ability and genetic programming to become a great person with a great future.
The only problem with this is that the programming of their genetic potential and ability will never develop fully, much less grow and mature, unless they give their abilities and potential to others in the form of useful service.
Servitude is the key to blossoming. This is not serving as a waiter or waitress, but is serving others with your skill and ability to enhance someone else and society as a whole.
This is fulfilling purpose, your purpose.
What service are you offering the world or to someone?
Geniuses aren’t born, they are created and this book shares this to a great degree. It is similar to the book Bounce. Parents take note, don’t brand your children’s grades by calling them what they were last year or in the past.
TuPac said in a scene in a movie, “if you are scared, then say you are scared!” We won’t go into the details of the scene, but acknowledgement of fear is rarely done because it happens so suddenly.
It can happen like a bolt or jolt of lightening and Bob Proctor called it the terror barrier. When we get to doing something new, this sensation of fear takes over so swiftly and sometimes indiscreetly that we simply don’t know it.
We (our brain and body) begin to make clever excuses of what is going on and why we are no longer taking action.
Example: I wrote a book back in 2012, a friend wanted to proof it, and before they got to page 20, they told me they had to stop because my english was just too TERRIBLE!
I was moved to paralyzed state on the project because I’d put my energy in it and those words coming from a friend was a great energy zapper.
This was even after having it edited professionally. I know my english is not the best, but I thought, I’m focused on the content. Nevertheless, the friends words prevailed and all I could think about is everyone stopping at page 10 or 20 saying the same thing.
The fear held me back and needless to say, the book was never published. That is the power of fear over your life. Fear can and will make you think you’re not good enough. It’ll make you think you have nothing to say and no questions to ask.
Fear makes us LOSE our temper and get violently angry at our brothers and sisters. Fear makes us stop other people from doing a good deed in the world.
Fear doesn’t like people who don’t look or act like us, makes us fit in and go with the status quo, and it does all of this under the guise of making us think we’re making an educated logical decision.
If you’re ever doubting something, especially something you were once so sure of, look for fear, he is sure to be close by.
Of course if you need help with fear and how to overcome it in situations in your life, feel free to contact us!
It’s not a Facebook account, it is not your allegiance, it is not your devoted effort to their life. Nope.
All anyone will require from you in business, career, or relationships is a sound mindset. If you’re troubled by too many things, you won’t be a good employee, business partner, or friend.
They’ll require a healthy body. If you can’t summon the energy to do the thing, you won’t do the thing or you’ll do it lacklusteredly. Visit my website on health for instant health tips.
The last requirement is to cultivate or develop a genuine desire to be of as much service as possible to as many people as possible! Serving others is the easiest way to “get paid,” accomplish goals, move ahead, and have a clear purpose.
This is all anyone will really require of you as it pertains to career, business, and social relationship life!
To get a sound mind, healthy body, and genuine desire to serve others, start by reading a lot more!
Are you running a company, are you running your life, are you running a company founded and visioned by other founders?
If you answered yes to any of these, here is a new piece of advice coming from former CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt. He says to make fewer decisions. It is often thought that great CEOs and people have come in and make a whole lot of decisions.
The tendency of a CEO, especially a new one trying to make an impact in a founder-led company, is to try to make too big an impact. It is hard to check that CEO ego at the door and let others make decisions, but that is precisely what needs to be done.
Eric had a process he’d do when a decision needed to be that he and the cofounders disagreed on. He’d identify the issue (standard procedure), have the argument about it (just the parties necessary – in his case the two founders and he), and set a deadline for the resolution!
His last corollary was to let the founders decide. I guess with this approach all they can fire you for is for letting them make such a decision. The point is that you don’t have to jump in and rip the company from the founders and you don’t have to make too big an impact to impress.
Just make fewer decisions as you lead and guide the company or your life!