Just Who Do You Think You Are?

Seriously. Who?

The ‘Real You’ is revealed in this 3:58 video by the late, great and loving Alan Watts.

 

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MLM: Just Another Part of the Ride

About 7 years ago when I first heard Personal Development and the idea that our thoughts create reality connected with Network Marketing, I was incredulous. I found it hard to believe that what I thought and believed had anything to do with my business success. 

Let’s face it, how many car salespeople or brokers concern themselves with such things? I was starting a networking business and needed to do the things necessary to build it. What was all this New Age stuff to do with that? 

Well, maybe those salespeople and brokers should pay attention, because now I know that seven years ago my education in my innate powers was just beginning. 

The very last part of the video presentation below ends with these words: 

“The world is like a ride at an amusement park. And when you choose to go on it you think it’s real because that’s how powerful our minds are. And the ride goes up and down and round and round and it has thrills and chills and it’s very brightly colored and it’s very loud. And it’s fun for a while. Some people have been on the ride for a long time and they begin to question, “Is this real or is this just a ride?’ and other people have remembered and they come back to us and they say, ‘Hey, Don’t worry, don’t be afraid ever because . . . this is just a ride.'”

MLM or network marketing is just an attraction, another ride at the amusement park.

Don’t be afraid to let out a good scream!

 

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    The more they try to fix it, the more broken it becomes it seems

    Bail outs and stimulus plans sure haven’t done the trick. Unemployment is still way too high – even if they don’t count all the people who have given up trying to find a job.

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    Sorry, But I Don’t Believe In Work

    I included the apology because I’m sure I’ve offended some.

    It seems that work to those offended not only defines their lives but exists as a badge of honor, their metric to measure just how serious they are. You know, the “I mean business” mindset.

    I watch sports, baseball primarily, football in the fall & winter and more recently some futball because of the World Cup. When I frequently hear athletes and coaches, especially broadcasters, declare they “work hard” or “have work to do” I laugh.

    It may seem like semantics but I was under the impression they PLAY baseball, football, basketball, futball, hockey, etc.

    PLAY.

    Where is the disconnection between the two words, PLAY and WORK?

    A recent blog of mine featuring a quote from the brilliant book by George Lavenia, What You Think is What You Get, highlighted the distinction. http://liveyourdream-ownyourlife.com/is-it-work-or-play

    Watch children play. Or your pets. Watch athletes play their sports.

    Then consider you at your work.

    I did and came away with the conclusion I was doing it all wrong. I just didn’t experience myself as I did the children, dogs and athletes experiencing themselves. They didn’t seem disconnected, struggling or at odds with themselves. They and their experiences were one and the same.

    I don’t call it my Business (Busy-ness) anymore. I now call it my Playfulness.

    A trick? Maybe, if you consider it so, but I’m having more FUN at work.

    OOPS! I mean PLAY.

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