Learn what the Pass it on Movie has as a follow up from The Secret Movie.
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In order for things to change, we have to change. Circumstances come and go so much that habits are formed to help keep some stability. The habit of saving money keeps our finances in order. Other habits do similar things
Overcome fear with change of mind
In order to overcome the fear of loss and have peace, we must evaluate our circumstances and mindset towards changing things in our lives.Taking time find practical ways to get money coming in can take some pressure off the loss of income due to lay offs, cut backs or limiting beliefs. After retirement, having additional income from a part time job can help. Divorce can create a fear of loss when a lifestyle becomes compromised. Selling goods no longer used can bring in some additional income.
Peace of mind and change
Using prayer or meditation, we can clarify what things we must change so we may have your needs met. Let’s learn some simple areas to evaluate as we listen to Caryn Elizabeth teach from experience, what will empower us to change so our needs are met and we have peace of mind.
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Change is easy when we have the best reasons for changing.
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This podcast will teach you how to use discontentment you are feeling right now, to bring competency and help others. Listen to this 14 minute mp3. Subscribe to the podcast by following the tab above.
[pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]The supreme mystery of the universe is life! We come here without our consent, from whence we know not! We go away without our consent, whither, we know not![/pullquote]
We are eternally trying to solve this great riddle of “LIFE,” and, for what purpose and to what end? That we are placed on this earth for a definite reason there can be no doubt by any thinker. May it not be possible that the power which placed us here will know what to do with us when we pass on beyond the Great Divide? Would it not be a good plan to give the Creator who placed us here on earth, credit for having enough intelligence to know what to do with us after we pass on; or, should we assume the intelligence and the ability to control the future life in our own way? May it not be possible that we can co-operate with the Creator very intelligently by assuming to control our conduction on this earth to the end that we may be decent to one another and do all the good we can in all the
ways we can during this life, leaving the hereafter to one who probably knows, better than we, what is best for us?
Napoleon Hill – The Laws of Success/Discontentment
Understanding what discontentment is meant for
In my search for photos about discontent, I discovered that many people see it as a bad thing. Some see it as sin! Others as a lack of gratefulness for the things we already have. I beg to differ. When we are young, we should be on a quest for truth as well as competency in the practical skills of life. We come into this world under the control of a higher power. Sure, we may come to find out that there is a plan for our lives. But as children, we don’t know that except that we are taught it by the church or by parents. How many of our teachers in life never tell us this?
Discontentment is a good thing
Babies are not content to sit when they can walk. They lack competency but that discontentment given to them by God causes passion for walking to rise up in them. Through daily action, they are becoming competent in walking. What they lack in discipline, they have in discontentment. When conquering all youths discontents of body, they move on to conquering becoming the best at riding a bike or spitting the furthest. Discontented girls conquer control over their physical bodies, their hair, their weight, their school work.
Discipline and Discontentment
As Napoleon Hill shares in the Laws of Success, disciplines are the competencies we gain by the exercise of discontentment. Millionaires become disciplined to make their first hundred and go on to make thousands, tens of thousands and then millions. Some will say they are discontent and greedy. Others will claim their discontentment is a sin. I disagree. It’s in the motivation of their chief aim you will find the truth.
Discontentment and Service
Life is about living, experiencing new things. Some are taught to be content, thanking God for what they have and living with that. This false teaching leads people to laziness, a case for lost motivation, and possibly suicide. We are here for a purpose.. in fact, for many purposes. What we become competent in may help others. The greater our competencies, the greater our impact on others. Why do you limit yourself by becoming content?
There is going to be a time where enough is enough. But until you reach old age, your aim might be to become more, to do more, to serve more. Granted, our faith and our family must be our first priority. We need to keep priorities in order. However, you are never too old to teach others what you learned through all the years you’ve lived. The heart of each of us must be to eliminate the fears others have of the unknown. The fear of the future, being unknown to youth, can be calmed by the wisdom of a well placed conversation by an elderly person.
Discontentment and Purpose
If you are discontent, let it be because you don’t know enough to help those in your influence. If you haven’t those around you to influence, use discontent to pray for the next step in finding those your knowledge and wisdom can bless. Whether you have competencies in homemaking or making millions, let discontentment be used now and later to serve your family and others so their fears can be eliminated. They can grow up to serve others as you have taught by your example. Let us remember that we came into this world by a greater force out of our control and we will leave by that same force. While we are here, let us make the most of ourselves and propel others to lives of discontentment and service for God’s sake, as we live out the calling and purpose He brought us here to fulfill.
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Listen to the podcast for help on emotions and being content.
Influencing others with your emotions
Do yo not, do you believe it’s your duty to change yourself so you are like them?
- believe differently
- work more diligently
- become more disciplined
- gain knowledge
Would you ever choose to be less productive to fit in?
If you are different, do you want others to change to become more like you?
Emotions and force
You see, changing others doesn’t really help them . It forces them to do what they wouldn’t do without force.
Change is best, when done naturally, influenced by wisdom that came via emotional experiences and knowledge.
How can we truly affect/influence others?
By becoming self confident and being an example of faith in God, in our dreams and goals, we have a great opportunity to guide others to self confidence and their own goals.
Ultimate use of emotions
We all die. But while we’re here, we can enjoy going through the motions and emotions of living, good or bad, feeling all kinds of emotions.
- exhilaration, etc
Emotions and life events[pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]Each event in our life, each opportunity we take, will lead us to experience emotions via opportunity to choose that path.[/pullquote]
We can choose to push others to feel good or bad, angry or happy, frustrated or challenged. What emotions are you going to pull out of those you love and those strangers, co workers, church members, friends, children?
By examining these issues, you will gain wisdom usable to succeed, with self confidence, and become the whole person God would be proud to have created.
Growing into excellence using emotions
When we’re young, we want to fit in. While employed, we are told we must fit in. Self employed, we have freedom to do things from our gut, but hopefully we’ve learned enough about business skills to keep us grounded. There’s a fine balance between living free and having success financially.
One is just passing emotion. The other is strength with emotion. The first peters out quickly. The other is built as a structure. The first rises up quickly. The other rises slowly and steadily and sustains itself. I liken it to eating a candy bar or a steak. Both give energy, the one sustains it. Another example is drinking coffee rather than a protein shake. With the coffee, your blood sugar actually drops further afterward than before you drank that cup and you become addicted to “more”. Listen to the podcast for further help on this subject of emotions.
Emotions and experience
Your emotional experiences will help you be an influence in others lives, giving you yet another feeling of satisfaction in life, the emotion of contentment. How will your emotions influence others so that you will experience contentment? [pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”][/pullquote]
Listen to today’s podcast to hear more so you can use your emotions to help others.
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Writing Focus Technique
Do you forget things a lot? Do you walk right past that bag for your mom and forget to pick it up when you go visiting her?
Are you visual and say “if it’s in front of me, then I’ll remember it? Well I’m here to say that it’s “focus” that gets things done. It’s focus that helps you remember things.
It’s writing a list that keeps you focused on things of importance. Some of us wait until there’s a crisis situation before we act on our own behalf.
Having a heart attack before we take steps to keep our heart healthy
Getting a call that our child is in jail before we take steps to help him/her avoid it.
Having a blow out before we get those new tires.
Goal Setting Focus
While writing goals creates focus, we still must be open to what the universe has in store for us. Knowing how to manage our writing so we focus on taking the next action step, as suggested in Begin With Yes, by Paul Boynton, we will soon come to reach our goals.
God’s plans for us are for good. Our own plans are limited by what we can see, even in our vision. The details may surprise and delight us as we stay open. There is a statement in the Major Definite Purpose by Napoleon Hill that states “While I don’t know how this will occur, I see this income coming to me and I continue to be happy knowing it is coming into my bank account and my mailbox from the abundance of money in the world.” I believe that Napoleon Hill knew this from experience and now we can learn by The Laws Of Success too.
It begins with writing things down. Listen as I share more about what we should be writing.
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Do you say “if it’s in front of me, then I’ll remember it? This podcast exposes the #1 Tip To Wealth Using This Writing focus technique.
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How good are you at keeping your focus?
Focus on self
How do you act and keep your focus when someone disrespects or attacks you in some way? Listen as I bring clarity to what’s actually going on inside you and the other person and show you where to get power to overcome it. The secret to your power is having a major definite purpose that is bigger than the immediate circumstance.
I worked for a hotel years ago and began to learn the trade from a young immature manager. She had little management capabilities and less tact in handling newbies. It seems like she wanted her workers to fail and looked for ways to provoke them to anger. I chose to leave my position after 5 weeks of anxiety and went back to doing things I loved to do. That job was not congruent with my purpose at the time but I learned from it.
Success: Whatever you do, good or bad, it’s never a failure if you learn something from it.
Focus and getting defensive
You’d be surprised how much power you have to keep yourself from becoming defensive. We have several ways to respond but the two major ones are to respond as a leader or as a follower. It’s our responsibility to learn what makes us tick. Bottom line was that I needed to nurture the seedlings of my hearts desire and look for ways to help them grow. My purpose combined with actions for it’s attainment make me strong. They will make you strong and powerful as well.
Definite major purpose and focus
Listen to how having a definite major purpose will cause your attacker to have little affect on your emotions. I will explain how to manage your emotions, and show you how to attract what you want more quickly. Your purpose must be bigger than what you want for you alone. Taking care of yourself shows respect for the purpose you plant in your heart that may affect the global population. Your mindset grows stronger and stronger because you have both the care for yourself and the focus of your purpose in view consistently.
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It will be easy to keep focus when your purpose has it’s roots in loving others as you love yourself.
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Do you have a definite major purpose?
Many people don’t know what having a definite major purpose has to do with getting prayers answered. This podcast explains what it is, where you get it, how to use it and how to feel great about your life because of it.
I address unity, competition, comparison, perspective, success, happiness, satisfaction.
Do you know the purpose of gathering in groups?
The collective energy has a specific purpose. When you gather, your purpose is to get what you want. Having a definite major purpose will help you utilize the power of this gathering.
Do you know how science shows us how the universe works. Science expresses the laws of the universe so we can understand what plants and trees are for.
What is the purpose of asking God for things?
Why do we pray? How does the universe support the answers to our prayers?
Do you want to live better and set goals? The source is your answer to our faith for these things. Understanding the seasons of sowing and reaping, we will understand that it takes time for answers to manifest and must continue to believe without doubting.
What is the purpose of other people’s opinions and beliefs?
Are you led by everybody and not focused on your own mind? You are here to do something but as you listen to everything else around you, ignoring your source, you will be tossed and turned by “every wind of doctrine”, as the bible states. You individually are here to create and expand. Asking source, God, for your needs, aligning with a high vibration of love and unity, your needs will be met quickly.
You are meant to become “whole”, holy. By establishing your definite major purpose, you will live a more focused life and get your prayers answered quickly.
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This weeks podcast expounds on this statement and reveals the quality great leaders have.
A wise man once said “The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not a bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.”
My boyfriend wanted to paint his bedroom over. At first, I told him it was a mess and we needed to clean it up and make is just a bedroom and not an office, a gun room and a tv room. But that startled him, especially when I told him the way I’d approach it. He had his own way of cleaning and organizing and it made me wonder if I was going to be able to help him at all.
After some time, and a bit of communication, he shared his approach, which is much like the way he does many other things. He wanted to do it once and do it right. He wanted me to be there to support him. Later on, after reading the above quote, I discovered what my task as a leader over my own life and emotions.
The vision of leaders
While cleaning up some paperwork of my own, I came across a program about goal setting using the SMART system. One point that jumped out what to state your “outcomes” clearly and specifically. The goal at hand is paint the bedroom and maintain harmony. I wrote down the “first step” after writing a clear set of outcomes I wanted from the project.
The love of leaders
Instead of setting a goal, what is better to do is create well formed outcomes. There is a process to this.
- State the outcome in positive statements
- Ensure the outcome is within your control, not others
- Be very specific
- Use sensory based procedure
- Consider the context
- Ensure access to resources
- Outcomes must preserve existing benefits
- Outcomes must be ecologically sound
- Define the first step
So I began to list the outcomes I saw as my goal using positive statements, considering outcomes that I could control either in my mind or in the circumstances. Many of the statements used words like feel free, enjoy waking up happy, feel an easiness, seeing things I love… and others. All these words are sensory statements suggested. The context involved someone else besides me and I needed to understand what he wanted.
I knew I had the resources I needed because my passion is decorating and my skill is a creative designer. I needed to be sure that upon taking on the project, the outcome would be more beneficial for the both of us and create even a better relationship, which would preserve the existing freedom we are hoping to enlarge.
Lastly, I had to consider the time involved and whether is was worth going through the process. Would it make the bedroom more conducive to happiness and pleasure? As I wrote my list I included outcomes that I consider ecologically sound.
Leaders and love strategies
Over the years, I have learned more about leading children. Every parent is a leader. While I embraced my role, I learned that leaders make mistakes as they grow. We must forgive ourselves for our past mistakes and forgive others as is needed at the present time. Leaders do not arrive. I am still on the journey and will continue to develop leadership qualities as a whole person for the rest of my days. My hope is that what I am learning will benefit you along your journey.
Anthony Williams shared a list of goals we must consider when growing our “love” for others. We must understand the person, have compassion for them, feel joy in the relationship, desire freedom for love to develop.
I hope that I have experienced enough to understand you. I do have compassion for you as a person seeking the qualities of a great leader. I know the struggles and the satisfaction I receive from sharing my posts. I feel joy in connecting with you; a joy on the inside that keeps me going. I desire to be free is sharing and developing my audience and I hope that you feel the freedom to comment and connect with me for more podcasts like this.
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Do you find yourself punishing yourself for the experiences you are facing right now?
Would you like to live your best life every day? Listen to this weeks podcast and discover the secret for feeling great every day! You can stop feeling guilty for your mistakes. You can keep feeling great without regrets.
The Secret To Feeling Great
There is a secret trick that brings clarity and the happy life you want. When I went through divorce, I isolated myself somewhat and subconsciously punished myself with a loss of self confidence. I made financial mistakes and punished myself by being fearful of taking any risks at all. You may identify with these extreme measures if you are have high standards of success like me. It’s so sad how long it lasted because I lacked the wisdom I needed to embrace this secret. I heard it. I said it. But I didn’t embrace it wholeheartedly until my attitude was right.
You can stop harming yourself and others when you learn this secret. These are some of the ways life will get better for you.
- You will learn how to manage your emotions
- Take a stand with confidence
- Address risk without harm to yourself
Getting a good handle on our life, spiritually, in your mindset, and physically, we must learn the secret so we can plow through our future with surety.
Some of the ways the secret will get us feeling great.
- We will think about ourselves differently.
- We will think about others more positively
- We will have a life of order and happiness.
Feeling great starts:
- To create a love for oneself and others that was missing.
- To wake up daily and know how to feel great right away.
- By daily practice with conscious effort we push aside the negatives.
- We attract other who want what we want as well.
- Our friendships are trustworthy.
- Our relationship to our source is strong and secure
- Our wealth becomes measurable by the smiles we give and receive from others.
Leadership and feeling great
Do you want to feel great every day? This podcast will give you the secret you can use to begin the process. What happens next is up to you. Applying this secret and searching for further knowledge, you can begin to give hope to others and become a leader others want to follow. Feeling great begins at home, with you.
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Ever feel like you’re missing out on happiness?
Do you wish your success would come already? We can overcome this fear of loss and missing out with a change of mindset. Listen and learn how it’s done with a simple method of belief.
We don’t have to miss out any longer. I shared a story about growing up in chaos and my desire for peace. I felt like I was missing out on so many things. Of course, as an adult, I’ve learned to adjust but my life would have been so different if I had known how to think about timing of what I wanted.
Missing out on success
For years, with all the misunderstandings I had about my self worth, I had no clue about how to feel a sense of success. But as time progressed slowly, with knowledge I gleaned from books, prayer and experience, I came to see that timing is perfect. Today is the day of your success as you believe it to be. No more waiting and missing out on success.
Missing out because of circumstances
For years, I experienced circumstances that left me feeling like I would never get to the lifestyle of peace that I wanted. My saving grace came when I returned to faith and family. Getting married and having children, I had a sense of purpose and finally I used my experiences and knowledge to direct myself to be a good mom and wife. My environment was peaceful for the most part. My children were gentle and I maintained peace in my home, which was my ultimate goal. Later, when we moved, chaos was stirred up again and I had to learn more about myself so I could feel at peace again.
No longer feeling like I’m missing out
When I discovered a concept that there is no such thing as “waiting” and that waiting meant a lack of faith, I was stirred to dig further. As you listen to the podcast here, you’ll discover the fine line of belief needed to stop oneself from feeling like you are missing out on one more thing.
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