Soundoff #2

How do you get the pink pussy hat?
Throw me in the boat and bring me back as an immigrant
Blue Collar Millionnaires series
B-List Celebrities living the high life

What Is Your WHAT? Wednesday
The Four Stages of Learning

“A sensible man will remember that the eyes may be confused in two ways – by a change from light to darkness or from darkness to light; and he will recognize that the same thing happens to the soul.” – Plato

Steve shares a quick overview of Gordon’s Conscious Competence Learning Stages (page 16 in What Is Your WHAT? Discover The One Thing You Were Born To Do. The Four Stages of Learning is a powerful tool you can leverage to create the results you want and rid yourself of the habits you don’t want. Ultimately we want to reach the fourth stage of Unconscious Competence in as many areas of life as possible. Why? This is where you have achieved mastery.

Are there areas in your life where you feel you’ve achieved the fourth stage? Where you’ve put in your “10,000 hours” to master a skill. Can that mastery now lead you toward a business?

Tweet this: @steveolsher explains how to create results and rid yourself of habits to achieve unconscious competence.

URL: http://www.WhatIsYourWhat.com/free

Soul-Full Sunday
Willingness

Willingness leads to Grace
Grace leads to Knowingness
Knowingness leads to Perfect Providence

On page 45 of Go With Your Gut Mary talks about willingness. Willingness is allowing a higher force to guide you through. In order to receive you open yourself up and are willing to be led. You open yourself up to perfect providence with you go with your gut.

When we are willing, we anchor in our knowingness. Our mind wants to control in order to keep things straight.

Tweet this: You open yourself up to perfect providence when you go with your gut. @marygoulet

URL: www.GoWithYourGut.net/free

Move It Forward Monday
Book Smarts vs Street Smarts

In this episode, Richard asks Mary and Steve if they know of anyone who studied their way to success? Although they both said that doctors, lawyers and the like have all studied their way to success, Richard points out it’s not until one takes action and is truly in the experience that they will gain the wisdom.

He goes on to ask for the answer to this riddle: There are 5 frogs sitting on a lily pad. One decided to jump off. How many frogs are left?

People can easily get lost in books and forget to get out and create experiences. Remember the journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, “not” a single book.

Where do you find your balance between preparation and action?

Tweet this: Are you book smart or street smart? @Richotey

1 Soundoff #2
2 What Is Your WHAT? Wednesday
3 Soul-Full Sunday
4 Move It Forward Monday