We all have different tolerances for seeking out help. Like the age-old stereotype of men refusing to ask for directions. Generally, we try to avoid it altogether. Noone likes admitting incompetence. The ease of access to information aggravates this to some extent. Now, I never have to ask for help (or so I think) I […]Read More Asking for help
It’s not so much that we cannot believe it as that we did not expect it. It refers to things outside of our frame of reference or expectation. This is usually because it’s very rare or really unlikely. It would be more acuate to say I did not account for it. Disruption works this way. […]Read More The unbelievable
We have become so used to fantastic opportunities or great stories as bait to lure us into sinister situations that we filter it out. We have a default ‘to junk’ setting. It’s not intentional. It’s a defense mechanism. We implement it to avoid the confusion and pain false hope presents. What we don’t realise is […]Read More Too good.
Our experience does not equal our reality. This sounds like an odd statement. It’s incoherent and ridiculous. It’s also true. When we experience lack it’s not because we are doomed to a reality of scarcity. It’s just our current experience. Our reality is always one of abundance. To access this reality, we activate our growth […]Read More Finding abundance