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I am a powerhouse.

If you know me, then you know that I will do whatever needs to be done, usually without even being asked to do it.

90% of the time, if I see a piece of trash on the street, I will bend over and pick it up and dispose of it. On the rare 10% of the time I don’t pick it up, there is a very specific reason (dirty, gross, cleaning crew around, etc) which I don’t need to go into here.

The point is, that we all are part of this world.  We all have a role to live.  We all have something to give back.

The problem is, that in our society known as the USA, we struggle with this concept. We are a Brave New World made up of Warriors, Champions, Lovers, Travelers, and people seeking the Greater Good.  We are American and we are Proud.

We will not let anything stand between us and what we want….

But we do…Every day we put obstacles in front of ourselves (money, time, energy) that create bigger and bigger problems. In our effort to be the next big thing, we look at what was and try to improve it.  Why not look at what could be, and then create that possibility? It seems to be a much easier way to get there.

“The shortest distance between two points is a straight line.” You have heard this statement before.  Where in your life are you taking the shortest route to get from here to where you want to be?

You are amazing, let the world see it.

Do me a favor, and make your life easier. I found a free tool online that has brought me great results in just a couple days.  You will see results too if you read and follow the instructions.  http://SimpleOlogy.com Results may not come as quick for you but I hope they do. If you know me, then you know that I power through the hard parts fast to reap the rewards faster.  What’s the point in putting off the fun stuff for later if you can have it now with a little sweat and hard work? If you simplify your life now, it will be much easier for me to get you to your most powerful place in your life.  That’s why I asked the favor.  If you are ready, then I can get you where you want to go, even if you don’t where that is right now.

2 Responses to “Kaizen = Gradual Improvement”

  1. Virgen Lydon says:

    I’d like to start my very own blog one day. This was a very nice blog that you made here. Continue the success :P

  2. So true, with so much to learn and think of. Thanks !!!