Motivation From the Masters

The I Can Do It Conference in Pasadena was a wonderful time to be held by all!

Do you have limits in your life that prevent you from making changes or achieving your highest goals? Do you love what you do, and do what you love in life? Are you impatient, waiting for good things to happen?

Dr. Wayne Dyer opened the night and reminded us that if you want something from life you must first expect it from yourself. Meaning that if you want people to act in a positive way – you too must be positive. If you want respect from others – you must show respect. He talked about the miracle of healing ourselves with belief and in order to take yourself to a higher consciousness must detach and rise above the ordinary expectations of life.

Christine Northrup asked us to decide what will not move forward in our lives for 2012 and quoted Abraham Hicks on how the cycle of life should be. Happy Healthy DEAD!

I love watching Louise Hay up on stage pulling items from her bra to give to Motivational Speaker Cheryl Richardson. No reason to have a purse when everything fits nicely next to your heart! She shared how to create affirmations for our self and to talk differently. Instead of “Don’t forget” say “Please remember…” “I can’t wait” becomes “I am looking forward to…”

She told us to breathe in the word “Life” and breathe out “Loves me.” Life… loves me.
She also taught us to say thank you to our bed in the morning for a good nights rest and for taking care of us in our dreams.

Our group learned about the changes on the planet and in the universe and that everything needs to go through a transition of change. We raised our vibration with music and sent it around the world then explored our past lives to find a deeper meaning to our habits and patterns.

We left realizing it is never to late to have what we want in life.

I am looking forward to what 2012 will bring.
I feel it will be a great year of awareness for those who are ready to embrace change.

So You’re Going To A Seminar…Open Your Mind!

Open Your MindSeminars are one of the most convenient outlets to expand our knowledge, network with other professionals and learn new skills. I, myself, am not only a professional speaker but a seminar junky! Have you ever noticed how many adults attend a motivational seminar with a closed mind and full of complaints?

It is as though they already have a pre-determined way of doing things and are just looking for a place to qualify it. They see other people as the ones who need to be “fixed,” and only want to learn how to get somebody else to “change” their behavior.

Seminars are open forums of communication. They offer a great opportunity to try on new viewpoints and get a positive mindset on personal and professional growth. When you are at an event, you do yourself a disservice by not joining in with the games or exercises and throwing away your notes at the end of the day.

Find out how you can get the most of the event by talking to the trainer before, during, and after the seminar. Trainers are more than happy to share their knowledge and do some life coaching to assist you in reaching your goals. Raise your hand in the seminar, ask questions, and be willing to talk to fellow attendees about current issues. They may have a new approach that you’ve never heard of before!

I have always reminded myself that even if I attend a training and I know most of the information that is delivered, if I can walk out of there and take with me at least 1 or 2 new strategies for success it was well worth it.

So, the next time you attend a seminar please remember to come with a smile on your face, an open mind with a pen and paper to write on. You might hear one tidbit of information that just may change your life…

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