Welcome. We have a few things to share with you today. I was a guest on an awesome podcast on Friday. The name of the podcast is The Power To Pivot and the host is Elizabeth Miles. We had such a great time and we feel like we have found a kindred spirit in Elizabeth. We talked about everything from spirituality to science and how it ties in with You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It!
The Power to Pivot is a podcast where Elizabeth and her guests share inspiring stories, resources, tips, and fun ideas to help YOU pivot into new ideas, new goals, and new dreams for your own life. This podcast can be found on Anchor, Apple, Spotify, Radiopublic and Audible. Check her podcasts out, she has a lot of helpful information. My interview will go live on March 16 just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Thanks Elizabeth.
The new project that our tech guru, Lady Linda and myself are creating is a coaching program where I will via phone and/or Zoom, etc. be a live coach for individuals who want to better their lives. Once we get the system set up we will let you know.
I have recorded some more videos for my YouTube channel which will be posted shortly. The latest videos talk about how in the late 60’s, early 70’s, the left wing fought back against the corrupt right wing and how today the right wing can fight back against the corrupt left wing. Amazon has actually banned six Dr. Seuss books. This madness of telling us what we can and cannot do has to stop! This series is about how we can fight it.
Now for this week’s story:
America’s Compassion – Part 1
My life has taught me that people are good! (I tell you the story of how I learned people are good in my book You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! – Simple Analogies to Unlock Your Life!) As you know, I’m an inventor and one of the things inventors do is ask questions. People are good, that’s a fact. So, my question is, why are we making such different decisions? In other words, why are good people making the decisions they are making when we all want the best for each other? I have asked myself this question for many years.
Because I am an inventor, I learn things slowwwwly! This is because I learn thoroughly! I want to know every detail. I want to know every part from the most important part right down to the washer that goes on a bolt. I want to know everything that can happen with this particular design (machine, system, etc.). I want to know everything that can happen because if it can happen, eventually it will happen.
So, the answer to my question, why are good people making such different decisions is two-fold. #1 – We are working with different information and #2 – the way that each of us receives the information.(more…)