So You Want More - More What?

"If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin

HabitsStrange as it may sound, many individuals and organizations may know what they want but get caught up in the cycle of what's familiar. There may be changes like a new job, new location, or unforeseen circumstances taking you in new directions.
The territory and the scenery may change, but who shows up is you with all your past talents, habits, and ways of being.

There is a yearning to have places, people, and/or events be different and mistakenly we think if only we had more ____________ (you fill in the blank) things would be so much better.

That may or may not be true.

Let's say you earn more money, but you haven't learned about leveraging your money. You continue to have more money with the mindset you had when you earned less. So you keep spending even more - like the dog chasing its tail. To have more money you have to learn more. Not just with the left brain, but with the right brain (source of imagination and creativity), and most importantly connecting with your feelings about money.

There are many individuals who are learned with mucho degrees, yet don't know beans about leveraging money. There are companies with talent up the kazoo, and still fail to feel the pulse of their customers and employees.

Maybe you want to be healthier by taking off a few pounds. You decide to sign up for a weight loss program and exercise regularly. Within a few weeks you lose the desired weight. You look great and feel great. However, before long you gain it back and then some. What went wrong? You went back to the familiar!

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