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Harnessing Inspiration: A Path to Manifestation

"Swiftly acting on inspiration demonstrates dedication, signaling readiness to manifest aspirations. In this proactive stance, we align with the Universe, paving the way for dreams to materialize." Michael Corthell In the pursuit of turning aspirations into reality, one must not only envision their goals but also actively engage with the inspiration that fuels them. Acting on inspiration is a pivotal step towards manifesting desires, demonstrating a profound commitment to the journey of actualization. This article explores the significance of promptly seizing inspired ideas and opportunities, shedding light on the potent relationship between proactivity and the realization of one's deepest desires. The Power of Prompt Action In the realm of self-improvement and personal development, the concept of prompt action holds immense sway. The philosophy of New Thought, a progressive movement that emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, emphasizes the transformative pot

How to Develop Leadership Skills

by Michael Corthell  Qualities such as assertiveness, adaptability, intelligence, and conscientiousness are some of the most important leadership skills.  Transformational leaders , are leaders who are positive, and inspiring. They empower people and develop followers. ''A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.'' —John C. Maxwell A transformational leader works with his subordinates, treating them as a team, to identify any needed change. She or he creates a vision to guide the change through inspiration—executing the change along with committed members of the group or team. These types of leaders are more valued by their followers and their superiors because they inspire action and therefore get things done. You may aspire to be a great leader. Here is exactly how to do it: Make sure you have a clear vision. Take the time to share your vision, your mission and your goals with your group. Your job as a leader is to provi

[Boredom] Creates action...

“I abhor the idea of a perfect world. It would bore me to tears.” ― Shelby Foote Boredom is the beginning of creative action. The state of being bored opens up room for new activities. Without boredom, no creativity. (See: #PositiveMindset)

Finding Inspiration in Boredom

by Michael Corthell We have all been bored and some of us are really boring. Boredom is being stuck between wanting to do something and not being able to. It's not that you don't want to do anything. It's just that every thing to do has no appeal—everything seems dull and boring. We are going to change that right now. ''Since boredom advances and boredom is the root of all evil, no wonder, then, that the world goes backwards, that evil spreads. This can be traced back to the very beginning of the world. The gods were bored; therefore they created human beings.'' —Soren Kierkegaard There is really no need to feel disturbed by a little boredom. There's a big world not only out there, and a really big one in here (author points to his head), just waiting to be explored. Here's how to  vanquish boredom . Boredom can be fought four ways:  1. By understanding what boredom is and what it causes. 2. By having some ex

How to Motivate? Inspire

Yearning to do good, to do better starts with an inspired vision.  When people can see it in their mind’s eye and hold a vision before them of what is possible for the future, it inspires them to take action. It gives them a goal to work towards. It gives meaning to their daily actions. It helps them stay the course, especially when they need it most.  Inspiring a shared vision requires our leaders to be thoughtful visionaries who engage others in creating a shared future.