Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Sights, Sounds, Speculations and Stargazing

The end of the month and like all sales teams hustling to reach budget we present the scrambled Seven Day Sights, Sounds, Speculations and Stargazing from our wonderfully challenging world.

By receiving an education we are already placed into the top 1% richest people of the last 1000 years. It is a wonder that we don’t use that education to create more powerful thoughts instead of the drivel we are fed about how tough it is to survive out there.

How much would you sell your eyesight for? A million dollars? How about your ability to walk? Ten million?

You are already a millionaire; you just don’t know how to look at it yet. Practice giving by being thankful for what you already have and I’m sure more will come your way. Humility is an under appreciated value.

Has there ever been a time that wasn’t tougher than the old days. Every generation thinks they had it hard. News flash: they are all hard and all easy depending on whether you are doing well or poorly based on the objectives you set. For instance today everyone thinks it hard to get a house in Vancouver because of the prices. They say, “Well the prices are just so outlandish today. You had it easy back then.” Yeah right. Easy. Like 20% interest rate easy.

It isn’t a competition to see how difficult you see YOUR life and nobody cares either.

Like Lincoln said, “I may be slow, but at least I’m moving forward.”

Look at the world through different coloured glasses and you’ll be surprised what you see.

Well that’s it; a couple of perspectives to share and ponder while you rush about. Comments are welcome and we will see you next week for some more Sights, Sounds, Speculations and Stargazing from our wonderfully challenging world.

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