Telling your partner your desires, ditching the drama & 17 declarations on business life: February roundup

Does your partner know what you desire? When you know how someone truly wants to feel, then you can do what you can to help them feel that way. Love is pretty simple that way.

20 Limiting beliefs you could burn to a crisp. What was the dumbest thing that you used to believe in? I asked. You answered. Et voila!

Our common ground of suffering (and why not to be star struck). When we compare our insides to someone else’s outsides, we’re concocting an illusion.

The truth about 'success' and other entrepreneurial desires: In Conversation with Michelle McCullough of Startup Princess. Some of the hot spots we touched on: Let go of the belief that you’ve got to suffer until you reach the finish line. Feel good in the process of going after your goals.

Drama free. Highly recommended by truly successful people everywhere. Creative power doesn’t come from strong reactions to what happens, it comes from a steady vision of what’s possible.

17 Declarations on Business Life. It's never about the money. It's always about the money. It's easy to say you're not in it for the money when you have some money.

The How-To's of Small, Specific, Genuine (and Publicly Declared) Gratitude. When you specify what you’re grateful for it becomes more real and sensual. And from that sincere feeling you will become more emotive — and what you emote, you attract.

The only time that doing it for the money works... It's a lot easier to suck up the grunt work when your heart's eye can see the bigger picture.


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