4 posts from month 06/2015

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What’s the Point of This Communication?

There's always a goal. In every communication, in every expression, there is always a goal. It may not be conscious and it may not be visible, but it is there. Whenever we communicate, we do it for a reason. In both our business communication scenarios and our personal ones, our goals design and determine what we achieve, and what we receive. Through our language and logic, our (conscious and unconscious) goals reveal themselves; and through our resulting action, these goals are realiz...

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If I Deserve It

Despite my best efforts to prove the contrary, what I do (or do not) deserve is not in my jurisdiction. I don't get to decide whether I am worth it. When Life provides me with something wonderful, it's not my job (or right) to decide if I deserve it. That decision has already been made. What I (or anyone) deserves is not in my authority. I am not the judge. When I reject the good things in my life, when I decide something is too good to be mine, I am choosing my unconscious feelings ...

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Reaching for Perfection

Many of us dream of reaching perfection, not realizing the cost of it. Many of us dream of the day we can banish our imperfections from our lives. Perhaps, you too feel you'd be happier without your imperfections. I'm certainly not here to disagree. There's nothing wrong with wanting to improve your Self. But there is a difference between transforming your imperfections, and removing them. Transforming them allows you the ability to choose to see your imperfections in a different ...

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A Taker’s Approach

When I share I practice with Pay What It's Worth pricing, I often receive one of three perspectives: The Giver loves it and is intrigued by it; the Matcher is curious, has questions, and wants to know more; and the Taker gets angry. It is the Taker's perspective, for me, that's absolutely fascinating and holds a wealth of information... Perhaps more so than the people and perspectives who are open to the idea. Being taken from hurts. Being a Taker hurts too. The Taker's perspective ...

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