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“Where Does It All Start?”
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Where Does It All Start?

Every success, every problem... where do they really start?

As we go through a day, it seems like all of the success and failure is heavily influenced by luck, timing and everyone else's mood.

What if everything doesn't start with those outside circumstances but actually starts with you? A little trite, right? But what if it really starts with you? 

What if your experience in the world starts with you? It doesn't feel like it starts with you, right? It feels like other people come up to you and say things and do things and outside influences have a huge impact on your life. And that's what it feels like all the time. But what if just for a few minutes, you said to yourself, "I believe that everything actually starts with me." The whole world would shift for you, wouldn't it? 
This shift in perspective can be hard to take. It may not feel good, but it would be really different than where you probably are right now. Often people like to argue about the limitations of this concept but just for a few minutes, stick with me while I tell you a little story.

So what happened for me to make that shift in my life is that I was overweight (I'm still overweight, a little) but I was overweight and I was really self conscious about it. Where I worked at the time, there was a lunch room and I would go into the lunch room every day to eat my lunch and other people would be there. 

Somehow the conversation would always come back to what should you eat to lose weight? Or how do you lose weight or what I'm doing recently to lose weight by, by that I don't mean me, I mean other people in the room, what current diet we're on, why, how it works... And everybody seemed to be lecturing me all the time and one day I was thought, "I can't take it anymore. I don't know why they keep saying this to me. I don't know why. I don't know. I mean really honestly, am I that fat that everybody has to talk to me about it all the freaking time? No!"

It felt like my self conception was so bad that I believed that all of that was happening because I was such a sort of blight on the world,... that I couldn't be in the same room with somebody while they were eating without them thinking, "gosh, I really should tell this girl how to eat because clearly she doesn't know how to do it".

It was really, really uncomfortable and it was totally kind of normal. We live in a society that supports the idea that you can't impact how others treat you. I had asked everyone t stop talking about it - no effect. I had gotten upset - no effect. i had even left the room without a word - absolutely no effect. Next day, same song.

One day I decided, no matter what anybody said to me ever in that situation, I was just not going to respond. I was just going to shut my mouth and calm my body because I was so tired of being frustrated. I was really tired of feeling judged and so I just decided no more. If I can't find something to talk about that has nothing to do with health or weight or exercise or diet or breathing or any of it, then I'm not talking. Just zero talking, and zero thinking about it loudly. It was such an interesting thing. I don't think it was three days before nobody talked to me about it again ever again.

Nobody ever talked to me about it again. I had told them like a thousand times before that, stop talking to me about this. I really don't want to talk about my weight. I really don't want to talk about this and that. Not a thing. I really did. I had told them I had tried to school them. I had tried to get them to fit into my conception of what I wanted my world to be and the more I told them to stop it, the more it came up. It was awful. Right? But within three days, just shutting my mouth, just not responding. And in three days, the whole topic dried up. Nobody ever talked to me about it again.

The results were so profound and so fast that I continued to work on myself. I continued to deepen my understanding that it all really does start with me. So what am I going to do about me? What am I going to do about my self-conception? What am I going to do about the fact that I'm the one judging me? I'm the one bringing it on to me. Right? 

That was a long time ago and a lot of understanding ago. The big lesson that I took away from that moment is: you have to continue to work on yourself. In fact, I am the only one worth working on because when I work on me I get results that I can not get when I focus on other people. When I work on everybody else, I get results that I are often the opposite of my intention. 

The thing is that society kind of sets it up, right? We tell kids from when you're really little that you don't have any control over anything. We tell them to listen to adults who know best and don't listen to yourself, to do the things that the teacher tells you to do and to defer to the opinion of an adult about your own knowing. There's this thing that happens on the inside of that child, who we all were at one time, that sort of makes you feel like you have no control over anything. It is a part of our culture. It's a part of our world, our outer world, our "current reality". And most people believe it. They believe they have to go to a job that they don't like in order to make money. And they believe that they have to put up with the screaming children in order to have children. And they believe that they have to put up with some of the things their spouse does in order to have a spouse. 

We've got it all backward, in fact, those things really aren't true, but it sure doesn't feel like it. It really isn't until you yourself in the driver's seat, then you get a whole different result. 
Who's Really Driving The Boat?
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Who Is Really Driving The Boat?

Figuring out who is actually in charge is a big key

It's hard to imagine that you are actually in charge of your reality. Sometimes it seems like it can't possibly be true. That if you were in charge, surely you would make it work out better than howit is right now.

That is how so many people come to the conclusion that they are not in charge of their reality. They think things like, "All sorts of things happen to me that are outside of my control. Viruses happen in the world. People get sick, work gets canceled." All sorts of things happen that feel like they are absolutely outside of your control. It can feel like being a tumble weed at best, and if there is any momentum, a runaway train.
The reality is that regardless of the circumstances, things are not outside of your control in that your reaction to them creates a cascade in your life. Your thoughts and emotions, and the things you do create a chain reaction in your reality. Which chain reaction you create in your life depends on the way that you react. I like to visualize it as a chemical reaction. Sometimes you can mix two chemicals together and nothing happens. But if you get A/B foam, the chemicals mixed together blow up into a huge chemical reaction that is a new substance. If you put one chemical into a VAT of chemicals, it will behave differently than if you put a different chemical in, right? That's a good image of how our thoughts and emotions contribute to our reality. 

You've all seen that in your day to day life that if you shake up a soda before you open it, it will explode on you and those are the possibilities for you.
If you're all shaken up inside and life happens, then you're going to get a different result than if you have some ability to calm yourself and to understand your experience, to know that you contribute to it, and that the nuances are in your control. 

It's one thing to kind of know these things and say, "Oh sure, I think I contribute to my experience", because you think it but don't know it in your soul, it's possible to go through life in this way where you kind of half participate because you get it in your brain but you don't yet get it in your heart. And you get it in your brain, but you don't yet get it in your life. And you get it in your brain because you know that that's got to be true. It feels like it's true, but you don't yet know how to change what's happening in your life, how to make an impact in your own life.

So I want to give you an example. Maybe this is the first time that I really, really got it. I know that it made a profound impact on me when I decided so, here it is... I worked for a company where I had a boss, I had a long standing working relationship with this person that was good. But there was a period of time when my boss came in every day and micromanaged everything that I did and everything that my entire staff did. Each day she came in and in effect said, "it's not good enough. It's not good enough. It's not good enough." Over and over again in so many different ways. 

So after experiencing that for a while and trying to uplift my staff, trying to remind them that they're in charge of how they react and that puts them in charge of of their reality. They didn't feel like they were in charge of their reality. It felt like somebody came in and pissed on them every day. They let me know that I could save the pep-talk because this job sucked. And they were right.

It felt like that to me too. So one day I decided to put some power behind my pep-talk. To really put a plan into action. I said to myself, "I'm going to put all this belief, all this talk that I had been talking about. (Same as I'm talking to you today.) I'm going to put it into action." From that point forward, I took one simple exercise and I did it every day. I drove to work a half an hour and I drove home a half an hour and every day during the half an hour, I visualized my boss and I said to myself, these very specific words, With intention, I pictured my boss's face the entire way to work and the entire way home repeated these words, which really are so simple: I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. 

That was a hard thing to say. I did not "love" in that moment, but I kept that picture of my boss in my head and I kept saying it until it was true. And it took a while... it took a while for me to impact my own reality. But maybe a week or 10 days later, one of my staff came to me and said, "What did you do?" And I was like, "I don't know what you're talking about. What do you mean, what did I do?" He said to me, the big boss doesn't treat you the same way that she did two weeks ago. What is happening? She was pissing on everybody. Now she doesn't piss on you. She only pisses on on rest of us." He was convinced I brokered some sort of deal with my boss to stop harassing me but not my employees!

I guess in a way, I did. I changed the nature of our interaction by changing my own vibrations, my emotions. By changing how I felt in general, less angry, upset, and victimized, I was no longer a match to the abuse. 

So, "What happened? What did you do?" is an inside job. When I worked on me, I got in the driver's seat of my own boat. I became in charge of my experience. In fact, I was in charge the whole time but because I was focused on what was going wrong, I kept getting more of what was going wrong.

And that's what I want to talk to you about: if you really, really understand this and you really believe so deeply that you "know" that you are in some way in charge of your experience, that you have an impact, that what happens in your internal life has an impart pact on your external life, then you will know without a doubt that you can make a difference in your experience. And if you know that without a doubt, then you can find the tools that you need to go from where you are to where you want to be. 
The Core Question?
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The Core Question?

What is the one place to start when trying to make a change?

Making a change can be scary and difficult to navigate. It often starts with desire but that desire can come from inspiration, like, "I want to start a business that I love" or it can come from necessity, as in, "I have to figure out how to save my marriage right now or I can't stay". These are really different starting points so you would thing there would be a different process of change for each of them. In fact, the process, the starting point for making the change is identical, no matter why you are making the change.

You may have heard me say it before but, "it all starts with you and you are the one worth working on". So put on your "I'm in charge of me" goggles and come with me.
The starting point, the core question is always the same. "How can I participate in my path?"

Using my own early career as an example, I want to tell you a story.

The beginning of my career was really in the theater. I was 16 years old and I wanted to be a sound designer. I had met a sound designer and she was, I just thought she was the most spectacular person I'd ever met. And I'm pretty sure she was. She said, "you can do it". And I said, "this is cool". And I started out on the path. That path was, for me, the only path... the only ending for this path was to work on Broadway. 

But, for the people around me to whom I said, "I'm gonna work on Broadway", they would say disbelievingly, "okay, whatever you say, kid. And yeah, maybe 10 years or something, you will." Three years later I was working on Broadway. In fact, six months later I was working on an off Broadway show, steps from my dream. 

That's because the only question I asked is what can I do? How can I show up? Where do I go? How can I participate in the journey today? 

I discovered that when you have a strong point of focus, some people say you're driven, I'm not big on the word driven. I think that the word driven, brings up imagery of force without regard for anything else, of doing it at all costs. The cost of success is something I talk about in another article so I won't go into too much detail here. I will just say the cost is up to you and quite often is not what you would expect. 

I never felt like I was "driven". I felt like I had an idea of the funnest thing I could think of, working on Broadway, and each day I got to see how much fun I could have doing the work. Constantly watching the path unfold in front of me. Those small choices each day, who noticed me, who wanted to talk to me, and how I responded... Those were the stepping stones along the path. 

That core question is not a question of "what am I going to do next". The doing seems like it's the most important thing in the moment, but, it really isn't. It all starts upstairs, in your mind. It starts with a much more open question, "how can I participate?" This really opens the door to know, am I participating on a mental level? Am I participating on a spiritual level? Am I participating on an emotional level? Am I participating on a physical level? 
So those are all different levels of participation. So how can you participate?


That's really the core question: how are you going to participate in your life? In other words, what environment will I create in my mind that determines in what way you are going to steer your life? 

As you do that, choose different thoughts, you start to realize that different things show up. 

Here's another example, I have a client who I have been working with long-term. She knew she wanted to become more in her business. So she came to me and said "how do I get where I want to go? I have these (spectacular) pictures of my work. But I'm not sure what to do with them to get to the next level." There are many things you could do with great pictures of completed work and as a marketing and business development specialist, I could have just laid out the choices in front of her and asked her to choose. 

The problem with that approach is time. We only have so much of it in this world and making random choices takes up a  lot of time to find results, make adjustments, find some more results, course correct, etc. There is a much faster and more satisfying way. 

First, we did the mental work. She already had the question of "how can I participate" foremost on her mind. But she wanted someone else to know and deliver the answer. We took a little time to prepare before we took action. And as we prepared the inside world, the outside world became clear. 

Then we took a real-world marketing action, we put those pictures to good use in places where the right people for her chosen path people would find them. Because we did the mental work of getting really clear on "how she wanted to participate" the next several months (and years) were the roller coaster ride of her choosing. 

We prepared inside, we prepared outside, we took action and it all came to her. She was published all over the world from that one moment and in multiple magazines and multiple books for years after that and it was all born from that one moment. So "how can I participate?" is, in fact, the most important question. 

So let me ask you, how will you participate in your path?  Let me know. And if you ever need help with it, I'm always here.

Success At What Price?
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Success At What Price?

What do you expect to be the cost of your success?

Society sets us up for the price to be painful. Even the way we phrase the question, we call it a "price" or a "cost". Rarely do you hear the question, "What unexpected great consequences were a result of your success?"

So many times we hear successful people interviewed and the focus of those conversations often is what did it cost you to get where you are? There is a cultural assumption that if you have success then there is a price you paid. Like there's a balance, something good happened, therefore something bad must have happened. That's how you get the saying "waiting for the other shoe to drop". When someone hears good news, they expect to hear bad news too.

We call it being objective when we do this and it is taught and applauded in schools. Debate teams are created just to show kids that what they believe to be is not a one-sided story. Good & bad, together. This habit that we are taught, although important to coexisting in a society, fundamentally gets in the way of our personal progress.

So when it comes to paying the price, or what does it cost, the price of success... My experience is the opposite of this dualistic system. I am not alone in this, many of my clients have had similar experience. Our experience has been that the price is very, very different than people think it is.

This is how that dualistic thinking plays out: When you are in the moment where you wish you could get where you want to go, you say to yourself, well in order to do that I would have to... and the list is quite long, right? Or maybe it's just one thing that you really don't want to do. The list of negatives often includes: "I would have to not spend time with my family." "I would have to be willing to miss holidays." "I would have to put that project or that work at the top of my priority already list at the detriment to everything else in my life."

When we are thinking this way, we are leaving something out. There would be a cost. But the cost does not have to be a negative experience. That price could be joy. The price for me has been pleasure, exhilaration, deeper knowing, understanding, even inspiration.

This dualistic or pendulum thinking provides a really good excuse for why you don't accomplish your goals and dreams.. I mean no offense! We all have to face our fears, our demons and sometimes we choose to face them head on. In which case, we can move into the "demon-free zone". Sometimes we don't, and when we don't, then it's really easy to talk about what the cost would be if we did the thing that we're afraid to do. So getting to that core moment of what is it that I'm afraid to do is super important. We can delve deeper and deeper and deeper into that at another time.

The story that always comes to mind for me is from when I was very young.  Youth affords us such an advantage when it comes to using one-sided thinking to our advantage. You th often doesn't care what anyone else thinks, only what feels good and right in that moment. As time goes on, people tell you over and over again that life is hard. Life is hard, life is hard. After a while, feels like a familiar tune so it becomes a part of your song. So, in my younger days, (when I could only hear my own song) I was able to tap in without there being a lot of noise in my head. (I have since re-learned this skill and passed it along to many others) 

So there I was, 19 years old. Since I was about 16 or so I had my sights set on working on the Broadway stages. I didn't have a clear plan of action. I had a clear desire and a deep belief that my dreams would come true. I also had the joy of each day. I loved the design process that I was honing, I loved learning, I loved hearing the outcome of each effort, I loved working with other people to communicate a story. Every day I loved! I first felt that love from people I met at a summer stock theatre, who ended up being connected to people who were connected to my first show on the Broadway Stage. I didn't orchestrate anything. I really let that come to me. Because I let it come, it came very quickly. 


And so there I was a young girl working on Broadway and my brother who is older than I am was working down the block on a different show. My big brother was filled with wisdom as all older brothers are (and should be). He said to me, "Let's go to lunch". And we did. I'll never forget what he said to me at that lunch. He said, "you think that this is so easy, you don't know that people work decades of their lives to get here". He thought I was a naive little girl but I can remember thinking that they could have gotten there in the same two years it took me if they just aligned the stars better.


That kind of thinking doesn't go over well with your big brother who just worked a decade longer than you to get to the same spot. But it is true. It is still true for me. It was true for me in that moment. And it has been true for me over and over and over again. It is the same thing when I started a company, many years later, many skills learned later...

 I started a marketing and business development company and then I immediately moved to the middle of nowhere. There were many people who told me that there wasn't enough population for a good clientele or good employees. Inside two years I had built the business up to be a national company with great employees.

People like to think things work out because you worked hard or because you know the right people. I didn't know the right people on Broadway. I didn't know anybody on Broadway. I did what felt like the next right thing. And when I was completely tuned in and making those actions, I was able to be standing next to a good person who knew the next person, who knew the next person who got me there. And so you have to ask yourself, how long do you want to take and what price do you want pay?

In a way, there is a cost. The cost is in the letting go of fear. The cost is in the letting go of sort of the tribal mentality. Our immediate environment has a certain mentality that says that's too risky or it'll never work. Letting go of that familiarity  and comfort are costs. The costs are in the letting go process, the cost of growth. 

You can actually have it, but you do have to decide what you're willing to let go of and how much belief and good feeling you'll allow into your life. Let me know what are you willing to pay? What are you willing to have as the cost for what you want? Is your cost going to be inspiration or is it going to be your physical health declining? Think about it, make some choices and let me know.
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