Speed Of Change
Are you overwhelmed by the fast speed of change today? According to Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, “There is more content being created in 48 hours today than was created from the beginning of time til 2003!”
Keeping Up With Change
How do we keep up with change? During my journey as an entrepreneur, I have found that it’s simpler to “flow” with change than to keep up with it. Changes are inevitable and trying to keep up with all of it today is overwhelming. Instead, we believe as Jim Rohn says “The same wind blows on all of us, the difference in arrival is the set of the sail”. Learning to become an entrepreneur has taught us to adjust our sail, and use the “winds of change” to propel us forward instead of blowing us down.
Be Open To Everything and Attached To Nothing
Wayne Dyer taught us to “Be Open To Everything and Attached To Nothing“. Our life is a journey and the more open we are to everything, the more wonderful life becomes. I do my best to “be attached to nothing” (not that easy :roll:), trust my journey, and trust each individual’s journey also. Living with this quote by Wayne Dyer has transformed our life tremendously.
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The Possibilities Are Limitless
We are living in a time where anyone can learn new skills 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week, on the internet for free! It’s so exciting! You can choose to learn a new skill today! Wow! 😀 Learning and growing is so much fun! 😆
Choose A New Skill To Master
Jim Rohn said that in the 21st century it will be important to have multiple skills, and we can all decide to have as many as we choose to master. 😛
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