#3: Belief Breakthrough – part 1

When you have an “impossible goal”, it’s time for a belief breakthrough. If your goal is bigger than you, how can you know if there is unseen help orchestrating everything you need to accomplish it? This episode is a teleclass recording where Leslie Householder speaks specifically to those who don’t have the time or resources they need to achieve their goals.

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Cylinder Six by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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Leslie is the award-winning, best selling author of The Jackrabbit Factor: Why You Can, Hidden Treasures: Heaven's Astonishing Help With Your Money Matters, and Portal to Genius (all FREE downloads!). She aims to help you crush every challenge, achieve every goal, and vanquish every monster under your bed. Above all, Leslie is a dedicated wife and mother of seven children.
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  1. Lester, I just listened to your belief breakthrough and was totally enthralled! Wow, but thinking back over a life of experience, it all fits together so beautifully. And the critical issue, the take-away, is how you (we) process the experiences (the world, the bumps, the bruises…), the dichotomies that struggle to capture our minds, thoughts, etc., leading to the chaos of life. Two quotes I’ve used somewhere in the past, “The appearance of things change according to the emotions and thus we see magic and beauty in them, while the magic and beauty are really in ourselves.” – Kahlil Gibran. And “The degree of one’s emotion varies inversely with one’s knowledge of the facts – the less you know the hotter you get.” – Bertrand Russell. I could find situations in management training where the Betrand Russell quote fit, but I was always troubled, knowing the Gibran approach was so much more appropriate. Anyway, thanks for the thot shot. Papa

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