San Jose Earthquakes , March Madness, & Gratitude

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Is it the end of the month already? Well let’s wrap it up shall we?
Couple of months ago I invited some of youse (that’s how we say y’all in Brooklyn) to join me in taking that excess weight off.  I am happy to report that I did manage to take off about 10lbs and am now working on the other 50 or so-:) I was reading a post over at Building Bigger Barns about the Hackers Diet and I got so excited I read the whole thing in a couple of hours. You can go read it for yourself or wait for me to find  time to tell you about it.

I read my last post and realized that I may have given the impression that all you have to do is say your affirmations over a steaming cauldron and anything you wish for will come true.  Well, not exactly, you see affirmations are just a way to reprogram your brain and remind yourself that you have the power to manifest your heart’s desire in your experience in reality. But…as with anything else, there  will probably always be some action required on your part.

For example, let’s say you need an income – you can ‘t just say “Infinite Spirit I give thanks that the 100k income which is mine by Divine Right has now been released and comes to me quickly under grace and in a perfect way” and spend the rest of the month watching M*A*S*H reruns on TVLand! You have to be the catalyst for change in your life. Nuff said, leave me a comment if you’re confused.

I am grateful for:

  • The awesome Freedom At Home Team & Ameriplan in general where you get love and advice and assistance  from people who don’t benefit financially from your success!
  • My wonderful team – I like to call them my Success Line
  • My family – I appreciate ya even if I don’t have time for you-:)

I haven’t been able to read much this month but Politicus and my girl RE  at Bad Gals Radio are shaking things up   – hop over and see what all the fuss about,  if you have an opinion make sure to leave it with one of them.  My boy Sheen did a hilarious piece on whether or not you should boost your number of Twitter followers artificially.  You should also check out my top commenter Steve who writes some seriously on point stuff for anyone looking to improve themselves on the journey to financial freedom.

Regardless of your political affiliation you need to read this article and learn what really happened with AIG, careful some profanity.

As always thanks to my Entrecard  top droppers for this month, the links are to the right, please visit their sites.

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9 thoughts on “San Jose Earthquakes , March Madness, & Gratitude

  1. You’re so right affirmations can be so powerful to refocus and get you into action…but you defintely have to act and do your part to make things happen. Great reading!

    Maureen

  2. Thanks for stopping by Maureen! And yes people do often believe that the affirmations do the work, when in fact they are just another tool in our toolboxes. And since our tools don’t do the work by themselves we can’t expect our affirmations to either.

  3. I don’t know, I’ve been saying my affirmations over my boiling cauldron and it’s been working out ok. Actually, I did also sacrifice a chicken, so that could be the difference.

    Anyways, thanks for the link to my Twitter post. Hopefully, it will help some people figure out how to use Twitter just a little bit better (or at least a little less badly) as far as marketing and branding goes.

  4. Denise, I am delighted to be mentioned with such famous company: yourself :) I agree with you about the fact that we can’t just say affirmations and expect things to come true. Just like we can’t fill up our gas tank with gas and expect the car to go by itself. Having said that, though, gratitude is premium gas that helps the car go well as we plan the destination and put our foot to the pedal!

  5. Hey Steve you are most welcome. And yes and attitude of gratitude is the difference between cheap and premium gasoline, now stop giving away my future post topics-:)

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