Dawn’s Graduation Spotlight

I’m pleased to present Dawn Norton as a new Mindset Mastery Honors Graduate!  

Dawn began the Mindset Mastery program back in 2013 when it was still called FTMF (Family Time & Money Freedom). She’s stayed busy as a mom of a large family, and her goals and direction has evolved over the years, but she finally hunkered down recently to complete the program officially and graduate with honors. Congratulations Dawn!

Here are some of her experiences, in her words:

My Midterm Experience

The power of a suggestive thought (positive or negative) to create reality is… Real. Last week I was putting on my makeup and saw a random blush brush in my stuff. I thought, I don’t need that, I’m throwing it away. And I did. Immediately the suggestion was presented, if you throw that away, your real brush will go missing and then you won’t be able to put your blush on. (Fear) Around blush? Really? I ignored it. But the weed seed was planted for creation. I kid you not, the NEXT DAY, my regular brush was gone. I was astounded! My honest thought was, I created that!

I looked around fairly thoroughly and it was totally gone. So I scrounged around and found another random brush. Side note, my blush brush has never once in my life gone missing. That’s how I knew I created it. As I applied the blush, my next thought was, what if I used this as an opportunity? I did not get upset about the loss. I just was in wonder that I had the negative thought and it had immediately brought a negative event into creation. So, I thought about the brush returning and how I’d be glad to have it back because it’s much nicer than the scrounged one. New seed planted. (Hope, faith)

And then I let it go. Which is interesting to me and shows me that some of my past habits of worry and fretting have lessened. But, I mean it’s a makeup brush. What’s to worry and fret about? Yesterday while getting ready for church, a new thought came to me and I was honestly surprised because I’ve had a teen daughter before. But I hadn’t even thought of it. “Ask Olivia.”

So I called her from across the house. Have you seen my makeup brush? Uh, yeah. Why in the world didn’t I think of that before? She did. She borrowed it and didn’t put it back. Which some may think I just missed the obvious with a teen girl in the house, but I really believe this was an opportunity to up my return on thought investments.

How many times do I allow or plant myself these kinds of weed seeds and then balk at the frustrations growing up all around me? It’s an opportunity to go deeper and bring more awareness to the enemy of all success and our own less inspired thinking.

My Phase 2 Short-Term Goal

My goal was an income goal: $15,000 in 3 months. I knew $10,000 was coming, but had no idea if or how another $5,000 would show up. I just kept it in sight daily, seeing it every day on my mirror, and just 2 weeks past the 3 months, I reached my goal. It was so amazing to me how easy it was and kept me motivated for the rest of the year to repeat the goal, which I also did. I feel so much less insecure about money and other things, because of this particular goal. It helps me know that I maybe I can maybe do ALL things.

Finishing the Course

What I have learned over the years as I have applied this in so many things from furniture, to moves, trips, and income is that this is an amazing practice to increase faith. You learn, that if you can “simply” bring solutions into existence in physical, temporal matters, how much more you can bring spiritual and other needs into existence. Having the temporal met so clearly teaches me how God is willing to meet my EVERY need.

Congratulations, Dawn! You did it! 

See, no matter how long it takes, you can always graduate with Honors. I invite you to finish the course and let me share your story, too. As a Mindset Mastery student, you’ll also get to join our private Facebook group where you have the opportunity to get to know the other students better, and ask for more details about how our graduates accomplished their goals. We’d love to see you in there!

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What’s YOUR story going to be?

I want to see YOU graduate, too! Learn more about the Mindset Mastery program HERE.

The 12-week Mindset Mastery Program is not to be confused with the 8-week Mindset Fundamentals Ecourse. The Fundamentals Ecourse is a powerful exploration of the principles that govern success, and takes an introductory approach for effective goal setting. By contrast, the Mastery Program is focused on the *implementation* of the principles and the *achievement* of your goals. It is full of interesting assignments that take you step-by-step through two experimental goals, challenging your thought processes, helping you experience success, and setting up a pattern in your thinking that you will be able to utilize over and over for effectiveness with all of your future goals. I hope you’ll join me in one of these programs, to help you take your understanding and success to the next level in ALL the different areas of your life. Learn more about the difference HERE.

Our Crazy Family Christmas Tradition

For 43 years, Householder children have been determined to get to the presents without waking the parents.

But for the last two generations, Dad has gone to great lengths to prevent it.

What do booby traps have to do with the true meaning of Christmas?

It’s a tradition too well established to throw away, so instead I’ve thought about what spiritual metaphor can be drawn from it. Turns out, I didn’t have to think very long:

Life is like these traps – nobody gets through it without making mistakes.

Nevertheless, we can be grateful that all of God’s blessings can still be ours (the presents are still under the tree waiting) if we keep moving, keep trying, and keep trusting in his grace.

Enjoy the video (above), and have a Merry Christmas!

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Now for those who want to go deeper…

I’ve been studying success principles for 25 years and writing about them for 18 years. I’ve been impressed that they can make a person more effective at anything they do, whether it be sports, finances, relationships, health, or spirituality.

The principles are dependable and sure. They bring peace of mind. They increase our capacity for happiness. They turn disaster into good fortune and heartache into healing. They are constant and reliable.

If success principles are this powerful and effective, what, then, is the purpose of religion? (Why, Leslie, do you still hold fast to yours?)

The short answer is because truth fits. Additional truth doesn’t replace the truth I’ve already found. On the contrary, it expands, magnifies, and amplifies everything I learned and believed before.

The reason I hold fast to my religion is because I believe the real power behind healing and true happiness is the atonement of Jesus Christ, and that the reason for being on this earth is to learn, grow, be tried, tested, taught and changed into someone who will be fit for his Kingdom in Heaven. With that as the overarching purpose, our daily struggles make more sense, and the more we learn, the more we discover that pain may be inevitable but suffering is optional.

As we learn and apply scripturally sound success principles (no matter where we learned them), we gain access to his power of healing and gift of peace. His blessings are predicated upon our obedience to the laws that govern his universe. We can learn obedience to law, practice it, and experience the rewards for it, even if we don’t understand exactly what it is or where the rewards come from.

For example, I don’t understand the electrical workings behind the wall of the light switch I flip, but I know that if I flip it, the light will turn on. I don’t know who manufactured the wires and connectors, or who placed them properly behind the sheetrock that make lighting my room possible, but I still use them effectively every day.

It’s the same with success principles. Believers and non-believers alike use them every day, and experience the power. But if you have an understanding of that which remains unseen, it’s easy to give the credit to God, because he is the creator and organizer behind the “wall”.

I hold fast to my religion because I cling to truth no matter where I find it. I add to it as quickly as I’m able to comprehend more. As Brigham Young, one of the early presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also revered as a prophet) explained:

The gospel of Jesus Christ embraces all truth.

“All truth is for the salvation of the children of men—for the benefit and learning—for their furtherance in the principles of divine knowledge; and divine knowledge is any matter of fact—truth; and all truth pertains to divinity.

“Be willing to receive the truth, let it come from whom it may; no difference, not a particle…

“‘Mormonism,’ …embraces every principle pertaining to life and salvation, for time and eternity. No matter who has it. If the infidel has got truth it belongs to ‘Mormonism.’ The truth and sound doctrine possessed by the sectarian world, and they have a great deal, all belong to this Church… All that is good, lovely, and praiseworthy belongs to this Church and Kingdom. ‘Mormonism’ includes all truth. There is no truth but what belongs to the Gospel. It is life, eternal life; it is bliss; it is the fulness of all things…

“I want to say to my friends that we believe in all good. If you can find a truth in heaven, earth or hell, it belongs to our doctrine. We believe it; it is ours; we claim it.

“[The gospel] embraces all morality, all virtue, all light, all intelligence, all greatness, and all goodness. It introduces a system of laws and ordinances.

“Such a plan incorporates every system of true doctrine on the earth, whether it be ecclesiastical, moral, philosophical, or civil; it incorporates all good laws that have been made from the days of Adam until now; it swallows up the laws of nations, for it exceeds them all in knowledge and purity, it circumscribes the doctrines of the day, and takes from the right and the left, and brings all truth together in one system, and leaves the chaff to be scattered hither and thither.

“It is our duty and calling, as ministers of the same salvation and Gospel, to gather every item of truth and reject every error. Whether a truth be found with professed infidels, or with the Universalists, or the Church of Rome, or the Methodists, the Church of England, the Presbyterians, the Baptists, the Quakers, the Shakers, or any other of the various and numerous different sects and parties, all of whom have more or less truth, it is the business of the Elders of this Church (Jesus, their Elder Brother, being at their head) to gather up all the truths in the world pertaining to life and salvation, to the Gospel we preach, … to the sciences, and to philosophy, wherever it may be found in every nation, kindred, tongue, and people and bring it to Zion…

“Our religion measures, weighs, and circumscribes all the wisdom in the world—all that God has ever revealed to man. God has revealed all the truth that is now in the possession of the world, whether it be scientific or religious. The whole world are under obligation to him for what they know and enjoy; they are indebted to him for it all, and I acknowledge him in all things…

“Truth will abide when error passes away. Life will remain when they who have rejected the words of eternal life are swallowed up in death. I like the truth because it is true, because it is lovely and delightful, because it is so glorious in its nature, and so worthy the admiration, faith and consideration of all intelligent beings in heaven or on the earth.

“I delight in this, because truth is calculated to sustain itself; it is based upon eternal facts and will endure, while all else will, sooner or later, perish.

“Every individual that lives according to the laws that the Lord has given to his people, and has received the blessings that he has in store for the faithful, should be able to know the things of God from the things which are not of God, the light from the darkness, that which comes from heaven and that which comes from somewhere else. This is the satisfaction and the consolation that the Latter-day Saints enjoy by living their religion; this is the knowledge which every one who thus lives possesses.

“How easy it is to live by the truth. Did you ever think of it, my friends? Did you ever think of it, my brethren and sisters? In every circumstance of life, no matter whether among the humble or lofty, truth is always the surest guide and the easiest to square our lives by.” (Teachings of the Presidents of the Church: Brigham Young, (1997), 14–20)

This is why I have held fast to my religion, and also embraced the success principles, which I learned from other sources. They have contributed to my life, helping me solve many of my temporal problems and making this earthly sojourn a little more bearable. Even gloriously enjoyable.

As we look a little farther down the road, there is an even greater purpose for learning and understanding the principles:

A common phrase in my religion is, “All things testify of Christ.” One of the most powerful explanations I’ve found for what this means was given by Todd D. Parker in a speech called, “True Doctrine, Understood, Changes Attitude and Behavior.” He puts it this way:

“When we can grasp the ideas that Christ is the Master Teacher, the universe is His classroom, and the curriculum is the Atonement, we will never read the scriptures the same way again.

“I believe you can find types of Christ in events, travels, topography, seasons, people, names, and so forth. …Israel’s journey typifies our journey toward eternal life. Israel left Canaan, went to Egypt, and fell into bondage. They were led from bondage by Moses, were purified in the desert, and then returned to their home in Canaan. Likewise, we leave God’s presence, enter a fallen telestial world, are delivered from spiritual bondage by Jesus, pass through a purifying terrestrial millennium, and return to God’s celestial presence.

“Let’s look at Moses as a symbol or type of Christ… Moses was Israel’s physical deliverer. Jesus is our spiritual deliverer. Moses’s first plague to get Israel out of Egypt was turning water into blood. Jesus’s first miracle in His ministry was turning water into wine. Moses’s last plague was the death of the firstborn. Jesus’s last miracle was the resurrection of the Firstborn.

“…Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 10:1–2 that Israel passing through the Red Sea was a symbol of a baptism by water and a baptism by fire. Israel was saved by water. That is why there had to be a wall of water on each side. …The fire held the Egyptians back. Hence Israel was also saved by fire. It is the same with each of us. We need to be saved through a baptism of water and a baptism of fire…

“When Israel went into the promised land, they went through the Jordan River. Why go through a river? You have to be ‘born again’ (see John 3:1–5). Who led them through the river? It was Joshua. Joshua is the Hebrew name for the Greek word Jesus. It was ‘Jesus’ who caused them to be born again and led them through the Jordan River back home to the land of their fathers. …All things testify of Christ…

“The sun itself is a type of Christ. It comes from the east. Christ will also come from the east. The sun gives light and life to all things. Its heat can also consume all things. …The Light of Christ gives ‘life to all things’ (D&C 88:13). Christ’s glory will also consume the wicked at His Second Coming (see D&C 5:19). People whose lives are filled with darkness will be destroyed by the light. People whose lives are full of light will be saved by that light—’as by fire,’ to use Nephi’s words (1 Nephi 22:17). Doctrine and Covenants 88:25 states that ‘the earth abideth the law of a celestial kingdom.’ Well, what does the earth do? The earth revolves around the sun (s-u-n). What should we do if we are to abide by the law of a celestial kingdom? Our lives should also revolve around the Son (s-o-n).

“The universe was designed to testify of Christ. Consider hibernation. Every creature—every squirrel, insect, snake, or bear—that hibernates and lies dormant during the winter appears to be dead. Each one that comes alive again in the spring testifies of Christ and His Resurrection. Every tree, every plant, every leaf that becomes green each spring—all testify of Christ. Do you think it was by chance that all of these things come to life after appearing to be dead at the same time of year when Jesus came alive again? I don’t think so. All things testify of Christ.

“Why do you go to bed at night? Because you are tired? No. You symbolically die every night. Why do you get up in the morning? To go to school? No. You symbolically resurrect every morning.” (Todd B. Parker, BYU professor of Ancient Scripture, given on 20 January 2015.)

Food for thought.

And I’m convinced now that even the principles of success are a “type” (symbol) for Christ. As I said before, the principles are dependable and sure. They bring peace of mind. They increase our capacity for happiness. They turn disaster into good fortune and heartache into healing. They are constant and reliable.

Like Christ.

Do they make you think of him as I believe they are intended to? Or you they make you think you don’t need him because you’ve got the power within yourself to make anything happen that you need?

Related: Human Empowerment in Perspective

Where some may see the principles as a replacement for Christ, I think it is wise to see the principles as a “type” or symbol that helps us learn of Christ, understand him, and experience his power in our life.

Some rejected Christ because they didn’t recognize Moses as a “type” (symbol) of things yet to come. Let’s be careful with success principles. They can take us away from Christ, or they can bring us closer to him.

This is why I hold fast to my religion.

I’ve always tried to keep my studies of the success principles inside the context of eternal, spiritual truths. To always remember that Christ is at the center, remembering that no earthly success could ever compensate for what would be lost by forgetting him. I believe that true happiness, the kind that lasts forever, cannot be achieved in any other way.

How I Apply Success Principles to my Faith Practice

I cannot achieve seemingly impossible goals without faith, and I cannot achieve the ultimate goal of eternal life with God without faith. In practicing faith in the little things, I gain experience and understanding that helps me understand how to apply faith in the Ultimate Thing.

When my children are old enough, I explain that we keep Santa alive so young children can practice believing in something they cannot see. It builds the faith muscle. It teaches them to love something they cannot hold, and to trust something about which they have only scant evidence. In practicing faith in Santa, they gain experience, understanding, and neuro-pathways that helps them understand how to apply faith in Jesus Christ. I also tell them that as long as they keep believing, Santa will keep coming, so if you ask them if they believe, they will always say yes. And some of them are in college now. 😉 We can choose to believe.

Santa is a “type” (symbol) that points us to Christ.

How it’s done

To achieve seemingly impossible goals, we must first imagine how it will feel to experience the success we seek. If we can see it in our mind, and feel it as though it is accomplished, then something in the world around us shifts, and all things combine to help us achieve it. The resources we need are there when we need them. The inspiration we need for overcoming the obstacles becomes easier to detect. The tenacity we need to see it through becomes a more instinctive part of us.

We must test it, and prove it to ourselves. By doing this, we build the faith muscle until faith is replaced with knowledge.

(Read Hidden Treasures: Heaven’s Astonishing Help with your Money Matters — free— to find out how you can test it this week.)

The same goes with the ultimate goal of eternal life with God. I never thought of it before studying success principles, but I am convinced that achieving that Ultimate Goal must also begin with imagining how it will feel. Testing, practicing, and eventually figuring out how to successfully apply the principles caused me to consider that.

So it should make us wonder: What would it be like?

Imagine meeting your Maker and hearing him say, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.” (Matthew 25:21)

What would that feel like? Can you imagine it?

If you can, and if you let yourself FEEL it, I’m convinced that you shift something in the world around you, and his holy angels gather to help you achieve it. The resources you need to do his will are there when you need them.

“In the gospel of Jesus Christ you have help from both sides of the veil and you must never forget that. When disappointment and discouragement strike—and they will—you must remember and never forget that if our eyes could be opened we would see horses and chariots of fire as far as the eye can see riding at reckless speed to come to our protection. They will always be there, these armies of heaven, in defense of Abraham’s seed…

“‘And ye cannot bear all things now; nevertheless, be of good cheer, for I will lead you along. … I will go before your face. I will be on your right hand and on your left … and mine angels (shall be) round about you, to bear you up. … The kingdom is yours and the blessings thereof are yours, and the riches of eternity are yours.’ (D&C 78:17–18; D&C 84:88; D&C 78:18.)”(For Times of Trouble, Jeffrey R. Holland)

If you allow yourself to imagine and feel that victorious day, the inspiration you need for overcoming the obstacles becomes easier to detect. The tenacity you need to endure faithfully to the end becomes a more instinctive part of you. You begin to love and serve as Christ did. You become the kind of person who would feel comfortable in the presence of God.

Jesus taught us by his example to believe in the impossible. He turned water into wine. He fed the five thousand with just a few loaves and fishes. He healed the sick. And it wasn’t just for show—it wasn’t just to impress us. It was to show us what faith can do.

It was also to show us what man can do:

“Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do.” (John 14:12)

When Peter tried to walk on the water but was overcome by fear and began to sink, Jesus caught him and asked, “O thou of little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt?” (Matthew 14:28)

We practice faith in our daily challenges, so that one day we may have enough faith to believe in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in spite of how terribly short we fall in our life’s performance. “There is none righteous, no, not one.” (Romans 3:10)

Talk about believing in the impossible.

So if we struggle to believe that faith can help us pay our $200 bill, where will we find the faith to believe that Jesus can save us in the kingdom of heaven after we messed up so often and so badly throughout our life? A price far greater than a measly $200.

And no unclean thing can enter into his kingdom,” (3 Nephi 27:19)

The good news of the gospel is that He provided a way. Truly, if the dream (faith) is big enough, then the facts (even our worst sins) don’t have to count.

“Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.” (Isaiah 1:18)

As we practice faith, optimism, hope, and belief, relying on the Lord for our daily bread, and acknowledge God’s hand in all things, we develop that muscle of faith, and our confidence grows in our ability to rely on him also for the saving of our very soul:

“…let virtue garnish thy thoughts unceasingly; then shall thy confidence wax strong in the presence of God; …The Holy Ghost shall be thy constant companion…” (Doctrine and Covenants 121:45-46)

THIS is what I hope to remember at Christmastime, and always: that with God, nothing is impossible, even my salvation.

Faith is a muscle that is strengthened with practice, but it can also atrophy when neglected. It must continually be exercised. So thank heavens if you have a daily struggle to make ends meet. You get to have lots of practice exercising faith, and it very well may become your salvation. You can’t get to heaven without a strong faith muscle.

So practice the principles of success—faith, hope, optimism, eager anticipation—and alway believing that something wonderful is about to happen!

If you are comfortable, set goals that stretch you. Keep your heart and desires centered in Christ, and always give thanks for that which you receive—the good and the bad.

And never lose sight of the ultimate goal—returning to your Father in Heaven in a joyful, victorious reunion.

It is because of this potential victory, this incomparable triumph, that we celebrate Christ’s birth, because without his birth, life and sacrifice, the possibility wouldn’t even exist.

Let’s remember that the reason for the season is Christ, but also that we celebrate it for the hope and possibility of that glorious moment when we return to our heavenly home with honor. For the hope and possibility of the embrace, the joy, the tears, and the exclamations of praise to God that he showed us the way.

So think on it. Imagine it. Honor Christ by longing for it (after what he went through, it’s the least we can do), and then take whatever next step comes to mind for putting your life on to the straight and narrow path toward it.

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled” (Matthew 5:6).

Bonus: by putting him first, you demonstrate obedience to another law connected to yet another blessing:

“And after ye have obtained a hope in Christ ye shall obtain riches, if ye seek them; and ye will seek them for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted.” (Jacob 2:19)

“…and thy dominion shall be an everlasting dominion, and without compulsory means [without forcing it] it shall flow unto thee forever and ever.” (Doctrine and Covenants 121:45-46)

So there is much to celebrate. There is much to hope for. And it’s all because Christ was born, lived, ministered, taught, forgave, comforted, healed, loved, atoned, and died for all of us.

Here’s wishing you a very, merry Christmas.

 

Originally published January 4, 2012

Jennifer’s Graduation Spotlight

I’m pleased to present Jennifer de Azevedo Suttner as a new Mindset Mastery Honors Graduate!  

Jennifer has been a classic over-achiever with this Mindset Mastery program – the instruction for the Midterm was to pick something inconsequential to achieve, but she picked something which seemed anything BUT inconsequential. So, just don’t get any ideas that your midterm has to be as significant as hers… in fact, I almost made her re-do the assignment because she picked too big of a goal. Anyway, we went back and forth about it when she applied for graduation, and I finally decided to let it slide 😉

Enjoy the recap, in her words:

My Midterm Experience

I have been on an anxiety medicine for the past 8 years. I’ve tried to wean myself from this medicine a few times, but it’s quite a process. It’s like coming off an addiction… headaches, nausea, etc. I once had my doctor say she’d tried to get off the same medicine and it was so horrible she decided she’d just stay on it forever! This was unacceptable to me, but I hadn’t been successful. I decided I was going to be able to get off this medicine and feel fine while doing it. I spent time imagining tiny particles of this medicine emptying from a place in my mind into my blood stream, urine, sweat as I worked out, etc. I drank tons of fluids and pictured it flushing everything from my system while feeling good and productive and happy and clear. Every time I would start to feel a headache or nausea… I’d quickly imagine everything leaving my body. I would start to feel better and the discomfort would completely go away or at least become small and insignificant. I am STUNNED how this has worked considering I’ve tried to stop taking it before so many times and not been able to.

(WARNING to my readers – please do NOT stop taking medicine without your doctor’s supervision)

Work from Thin Air

I was supposed to be headed to Phoenix a couple weeks ago to attend a Genius Bootcamp. Everything was set except I didn’t have the gas money to get there. I just kept seeing myself at the bootcamp and did my best to not entertain any doubts. A week before I was to be there an old friend of mine posted on Facebook they were looking for an SEO specialist. Another old friend (that I’m totally surprised knew anything about what I’ve done professionally) tagged me in the post. Long story short…I got some freelance work that paid me the day before I drove to Phoenix. Coincidence? I think not. I think we have way more power than we allow ourselves to believe. It was a total confirmation to me of how things come together when you think right.

Finishing the Course

I have been looking for work a good part of 2018. I’ve never had trouble getting work before, but this year has definitely been a struggle. I can now see, however, how that trial has been a part of the answer I’ve been looking for. I have been a single mom for about 8 years. Since then, I have been on my own to pay the costs of raising three boys. I felt guilty for going from being at home for my boys to being a working-away-from-home-mom (often putting in 65 hours a week).

In my life, I felt the most fulfilled and happy when I was able to be present for my kids, be in the kitchen, spend time in the garden, and create a cozy, fun environment for my family. For years I have tried to think of a way I could provide for us while still doing what made me feel happy and fulfilled and good about myself. Last year I really started practicing the art of creating my life and meditating/praying and believing in something more than what everyone said was possible. Amazing things happened… followed by some not-so-amazing things (Hence the job search). But, the job search is what led me to questions, that led me to Leslie Householder’s work, that has led to many other answers to my dilemmas (including work that will allow me to provide and be home for my family). For the first time in a while, I am really excited about what happens next. I am so grateful…

Congratulations, Jennifer! You’ve done an amazing job! 

And I will add, that because Jennifer came along, MY books are finally available on Audible.

Don’t see the connection?

Well, it just goes to show that what you want, wants you. During my interaction with her, we discovered that she knew how to help us get past the Audible hurdles that have been in our way since 2014. Thanks to Jennifer and her Dad, Jackrabbit Factor is finally available HERE, Hidden Treasures is finally available HERE, and Portal to Genius is coming soon. Thanks SO MUCH, Jennifer (and Ric)!

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What’s YOUR story going to be?

I want to see YOU graduate, too! Learn more about the Mindset Mastery program HERE.

The 12-week Mindset Mastery Program is not to be confused with the 8-week Mindset Fundamentals Ecourse. The Fundamentals Ecourse is a powerful exploration of the principles that govern success, and takes an introductory approach for effective goal setting. By contrast, the Mastery Program is focused on the *implementation* of the principles and the *achievement* of your goals. It is full of interesting assignments that take you step-by-step through two experimental goals, challenging your thought processes, helping you experience success, and setting up a pattern in your thinking that you will be able to utilize over and over for effectiveness with all of your future goals. I hope you’ll join me in one of these programs, to help you take your understanding and success to the next level in ALL the different areas of your life. Learn more about the difference HERE.

On the rabbit trail…

Here’s some fun feedback from one of the participants at my last Genius Bootcamp (Special Engagement):

Leslie,

I wanted to say thank you again for giving Kim and I such a great experience the past three days at Genius Bootcamp. …I believe I will have many more aha moments as I reflect on what the Spirit has taught me through this experience.

Speaking of signs, you may remember that upon arriving in Mesa at midnight, Kim and I had a rabbit run right in front of our car through the middle of a huge busy intersection. Tonight, as we were driving home, we missed our exit so had to take the next exit, it looks like we are on the right path, or trail (: