It is easy to focus on unfairness.

February 3, 2021 Peer Powered Performance  No comments

It is easy to focus on unfairness.
In 2015 we were fired by bullies, my dad died of a heart attack, we had to say goodbye to our kitty and I was diagnosed with cancer.  All in a matter of months.  Trust me I was seriously peeved.  But the only person I was hurting was me.  Once I learned the lessons I share in this class I became stronger, happier and a far greater teacher than I have ever been before.  I learned because I had to learn.  For the first time in my life I felt feeble and I hated it.  But without that experience I would never have understood that many people feel helpless everyday.  Many, many feel like there is nothing they can do, no relief, no future and worst of all NO FUN.  Life should be enjoyable.  Everyday is not going to be jumping over the moon joyous but persistent suffering is unacceptable.  You deserve more.  You deserve better.  You deserve a life you look forward to.  The answer is in you.

Heart diagram How do I know?  Why should you trust me?
Because this has been my single-minded focus my entire life.  I don’t care about golf, politics, popularity or the daily news but I love science.  I love to understand why we are the way we are.  I love to connect the dots between Science, Psychology, Success and Spirit to create a system of awareness.  These four areas are like the four chambers of a heart.  Cut the circulation off to any chamber of the heart and the patient will die.  Sometimes, as with my dad, without any warning at all.  The same holds true for every business, association, community or family.  The same is true for each of us.  Ignorance is not bliss.

Learning is not always easy.
That is why you will see references to laughter throughout my evaluations.  I don’t make people laugh because I want to be a comedian.  I make people laugh because it is the most effective way to teach.  Even if it wasn’t I would do it for me.  Laughter is the universal lubricant for learning.  When people lose the ability to laugh, they lose the ability to learn.

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