24 Lessons From: Faster As A Master, Part One
In my upcoming book “Faster As A Master” each chapter has a summarization of what I learned in the form of “Lessons:”
Here are the first twelve. Next week I will publish the next twelve.
Each chapter has one or more stories, philosophies, and principles to illustrate my points. The statement of “Lessons:” is a summarization of what I have learned and apply to my journey of breaking down barriers and journeying toward wholeness.
1. Keep moving, be mindful, and you will put yourself into positions that will be right for you.
2. Core self esteem is built from within and is not based on performance but the effect of the results on how we feel about ourselves.
3. By taking small steps everyday we exercise courage to heal old wounds from within to become whole.
4. We are not alone and have the benefit of many resources seen and unseen to help us past our barriers, internal and external.
5. Ask for what you need to the universe, keep moving, and trust whatever comes your way is in your best interest.
6. By breaking down barriers you can show yourself and the world that we are all more capable that we give ourselves credit.
7. Keep moving in the direction of your goals, adjust as necessary to meet the present circumstances, accept what you cannot control, and trust you are on the right path.
8. Define blocks to progress, figure out a way around them, set your goals, act, trust the path ahead.
9. Getting better and going faster is more about intention and choices than age.
10. Parental and Grandparent support comes in many forms and can be used throughout our lives.
11. Our networks are wider than we know and can work in better ways than we can predict.
12. Spousal support is extremely helpful and other support can come from almost anywhere I have spread good will.
The Chinese Symbol for Courage