Here is the first of four common roadblocks that prevent people from being all they can be:
1. Too busy.
Many of us work hard and play hard (or maybe not play much at all). We are very busy serving others, sometimes to the point of exhaustion. We end up neglecting our own needs.
Solution: Make time for yourself as a priority.
See our upcoming “Heart of Success: Transformational Spiritual Coaching” course. It’s part of our Holistic Coaching and Healing Telecourse Certification Program.
How do you deal with being too busy?
The holistic Dr. Phil, Phillip Mountrose, shares 3 tips for having peace on earth.
You are here for a reason. Thank you for your presence.
What do you suggest for having peace on earth?
There’s a saying that a people without a vision will perish. How about a person without a vision?
We interviewed success coach Kate Beeders on our blogrtalk radio show on “How to Create a Vision of What You Want with EFT.”
Here are some of the insights we shared on this all-important topic:
* If you haven’t written a vision for your life, it should be a priority. It will fuel your purpose and make your life much more fulfilling and meaningful.
* Start with an overview. Get a bigger idealistic picture of what you want, how you see the world and the part you can play. Enlist your gifts and skills to passionately move you forward.
* Your vision’s components include: Continue reading
A big success key is to follow your inner guidance. You probably have a sense of your inner soulful promptings. Let’s examine how to follow that all-important guidance you are receiving.
Why is it hard sometimes to follow your guidance, however strong it may be? Much of the answer comes from our programming. This programming, as we’ll discuss, can keep you from going for it. Or you may fall back into familiar, limiting patterns once you start.
Following your guidance, rather than society’s programming (family, school, government, institutions) creates a different world. Your guidance leads you into a wondrous world, where dreams do come true.
So why not live in this creative world, where manifestations blossom and you follow your guidance and purpose? Let’s examine four common showstoppers, with suggestions on how to shift into the creative world that your guidance encourages you to enter.
1. “What will my family say?” Continue reading
Do you want to know a quick and easy way to remove obstacles from your life’s path? Then read on about what we discussed with Master Energy Therapist Carol Tuttle.
Here are some highlights from the blogtalk radio show on “How to Find and Clear Hidden Patterns that are Blocking Your Success”:
*Are you motivated out of fear to grow, somehow trying to prove your worth by what you do?
*You can find out what’s going on with your life by what’s showing up before you:Continue reading
Let your imagination guide you as you go through the Magic Door with Phillip Mountrose, the “Holistic Dr. Phil.” As you free your mind, amazing things can happen…
Life can be a series of going through magic doors… Share what you can imagine with us below…
Whatever your work, you need to express it well. How do you become a passionate advocate for your work?
Here are some highlights from the show:
* To help people, you need personal training and business/marketing training. Most heart-centered people avoid the marketing part.
* We resisted marketing too. Common reasons people avoid marketing include… Continue reading
In this short video, Drs. Phillip and Jane Mountrose share with you 4 essential tips to create an exciting life. Shot in the remarkable lobby of the Palazzo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Share your thoughts on creating an exciting life.
In this short video, Phillip Mountrose, the Holistic Dr. Phil, shares some important secrets about being more alive?
What makes you feel more alive?
The faulty thinking goes something like this: “I just need to know exactly what I’m here to do. Then when it’s clear to me, I can successfully live my life purpose and fulfill my mission.”
Here’s the problem. Your purpose isn’t an exact thing to do. It’s not one narrow, fixed task you are meant to accomplish.
Before we explain more of what life purpose means, let’s explore this myth about life purpose a bit more so we can be free from its spell.
Believing you need to find the one right thing to do leads to thinking there are many wrong choices to make. In effect, by choosing the “wrong” pursuit, you are irreversibly going down the wrong path — and your purpose will remain unfulfilled.
This thinking actually means you are trying to be perfect. According to this “perfect” world, you must do exactly the right thing. Then all risk is eliminated and you’re fail-safe. Be perfect and your success is guaranteed.
By trying to be perfect, you also end up distrusting the universe. Here are some symptoms: You can become frozen in fear. You’re left with mediocrity and holding on, waiting for the perfect purpose to reveal itself.
Life purpose is not one thing, a single task or project to do. It’s much bigger, more encompassing and fluid.
Life purpose aligns with your talents and passions and how you want to make the world a better place. Your contribution.
Life purpose connects with a vision of the world, a vision that only you, with your unique abilities and experience, can help create. And your purpose directs you to create in a way that is right for you, which will unfold over time.
Our purpose is about making the world a more loving, prosperous place. Our mission, stems from our purpose. It’s about helping people – though our teaching, writing, consulting and communicating – become more loving, prosperous and whole, where everyone’s gifts are honored.
In other words, there are many ways to fulfill your purpose. It’s not about finding the one perfect thing to do. There are multiple activities and pursuits you can do that aligns with your purpose.
Barry Schwartz, in his book The Paradox of Choice, explained how too much choice can paralyze decision-making. Better yet, he suggests to become a “satsificer.” That means to use discernment and make a good choice.
You don’t need to make the “perfect” choice, and forever seek and second guess yourself. Just make a good choice. And we might add follow your intuition to help decide.
So let your purpose emerge from your gifts, passions and desires to make the world a better place. Don’t get hung up on perfectionism. Stop overanalyzing or trying to find the one right thing that will instantaneously realize your purpose.
Your life purpose is more expansive and fulfilling than that. With the right understanding, like we are suggesting here, it’s easier to embrace your purpose as well.
And as you live your life purpose, you get to grow and change along with your purpose itself. You and the world will be much richer for it.
What are your thoughts on life purpose?