Last year around Christmastime I read the book A Complaint Free World: How To Stop Complaining And Start Enjoying The Life You Always Wanted by Will Bowen.

It's a sweet book written by a minister who realized that by not complaining his entire world shifted, and so too did the lives of his congregation. (Law of Attraction, anyone? :)


Getting in touch with your intuition is increasingly important these days for reducing stress from information overload.
  • Should you look at your Facebook feed tonight?
  • Which movie in your huge "to watch" list online do you view?
  • Which book in your increasing "to read" digital list do you read?
  • How about which websites, emails, classes or online groups should you visit, read, attend or join?
The list is endless and only getting longer as the digital age grows more flexible and accessible in our daily lives.

We all want great health.  But if you don't have it right now you might be asking yourself, "How come I'm not motivated to get it?"

We've all been there.  You start going to the gym and then you stop. You start eating a better diet for you and then you stop.  You start walking around the block after dinner and then you stop.

What's going on?

I was reading the story Cinderella when my little daughter asked, "Mommy, why are Cinderella's step-sisters so mean?"

I paused.  Big time.

This was the first time we had talked about this subject and I wanted to give it a real answer.  But how do I explain this to five year old?

Sometimes you're trying really, really hard to be positive, visualize what you want and manifest your dreams.  It even seems to be working -- a bit.

But then the wheels fall off the cart and suddenly it seems everything and everyone is out to get you. What do you do?
I suggest throwing a fit.

Let me explain.

When you first learn about the Law of Attraction it can sound irresponsible and unreasonable.

"What?!  If I'm just being happy and I'm not preparing myself or protecting myself from all of the bad things in the world how will I stay safe?  How will I be a responsible person?"

I've written articles about this. I've done workshops about this.  But then I saw a movie that showed Law of Attraction in action better than I could ever explain.  And it did it in only 1 minute and 48 seconds.

If you have ever felt like a failure…
If you have ever thought you’ve found “the answer” to your next career, your single-person-woes or how to finally be happy… only to discover you were wrong…
If you are ready to stop feeling like a failure and start feeling like a success right now
If so, then this article will be the most exciting and important message you’ll ever read!

Let me explain…

What It Is Not

Before I tell you what the real problem is, let me tell you what it is not.
The problem is not that you make mistakes.

Look, it happens. There is that ONE thing in your life that is driving you nuts. Perhaps it’s a co-worker who chews gum loudly in your ear all day. Perhaps it’s that your mate leaves the kitchen cabinets open every time they use them. Perhaps it’s something that feels a bit bigger, like your job, career or relationships in general. Take heart, this article will change your life.

Is your home cluttered?  Your car?  Your closets?  Your garage?

Someone once asked Charles Fillmore (author of the book PROSPERITY) what he believed the greatest obstacle to prosperity was for most people.

He answered without a moment's hesitation.


Is something in your life overripe?

What's Yellow And...
Are there things you are holding onto that you are done with but are afraid to throw out, like that banana that you might eat but probably won't eat that you leave on the counter until it's totally spotted.

But maybe you will eat it - there might be some good part left in it still - and you spent money for it, and it's food after all that should not go to waste - so you leave it there on the counter some more...

Until now it's a brown and black mushy yuck of banana that you are disgusted about and don't want to touch so you leave it there for your spouse to throw away.  Or maybe you even you stop inviting people over so they don't catch you living your past-ripe banana truth.