Without exception, everyone possesses an inborn responsive, real-time inner knowing that informs, guides and instills confidence in creative problem solving, generating innovative ideas and building on new opportunities.
We often fall into the trap of thinking that just because something is hard work – moving to another home, building or pivoting a business or accepting a new job, stress is a given.
It would seem a paradox that someone who is talented, driven, ambitious, intelligent and successful would see themselves as insecure and lacking confidence.
Fresh ideas and solutions generally come from a calm state of mind like the way we feel on a relaxing vacation.
Five ways that stress blocks the ability to see issues clearly and make sound decisions.
A busy, overthinking mind creates tension, stress and pressure.
Intuition or direct knowing can arise during times of crisis or calm. A moment of exceptional clarity when your personal thoughts are interrupted long enough to allow insight to emerge.
One of the aspects that inspires me about the Three Principles understanding is the fact that one thought can change everything. Founder Sydney Banks reiterated this many times during his 36 years teaching the Principles throughout the world. ...
Finding effortless ease in making decisions and taking action.
During our 3P Coffee & Conversation zoom call, we had a lively discussion about downsizing and decluttering our homes (or helping others to). The incentive for getting rid of ‘stuff’ can come from a move, cleaning out someone else’s home or...
Whether you are an entrepreneur, business leader, or individual, we all seek to understand what it takes to be successful in our businesses, careers, and lives. What contributes to our personal power and ability to realize our full potential? How...
I am endeavouring to be a better listener. In the Three Principles apprentice program, we are encouraged to listen ‘beyond the words’ for a feeling, in order to have a deeper experience of what is being communicated. That means not taking...
We and built-in capacity to bounce back from discouragement.