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101 | Defining Infinite Potential 2 a Finite Mind | BBA in Life

101 | Defining Infinite Potential 2 a Finite Mind | BBA in Life

Jan 29, 2017

People have perspective, “World View” which is based on their past, their history.  This can be very self-limiting. In order to expand a person’s horizons, their perspective becomes an obstacle, or a tool, depending on how well you understand this. Put simply, in order to move someone upward from where they are, you must first understand who they are, and where they are coming from, and this is done by asking questions, leading questions. In a way, all questions are leading questions, because the person who is asking is leading, and the person who answers is following. A question is not just words, but also tone, volume, body language, and conviction.  Some of my favorite ways to start these questions are: Imagine that…what would you say then? What if I told you that…what would you say then? What if…what would you do then? What do you think about ….? How do you feel about…? My favorite question is this one: “Forget for a moment everything that you believe to be true: suppose that tomorrow it was revealed to you that what actually was true was this…how differently would you act then, what would you do differently?” By challenging someone to change for a moment their self-limiting assumptions, and consider another point of view as the truth, you allow them to experience a broader perspective. In fact, what you decide to believe is real to you! Ask a thousand people what is real truth, and you will get 1000 completely different answers.  The world you live in is largely created by your beliefs.  People get confused between cause and effect.  If you through a rock into still waters, you cause ripples.  If you cut someone, they bleed, and you become a cutter. Since what you do is up to you, what you believe is also up to you. The most important decision that you will ever make, is what you decide to believe, because that belief is what creates your world, your limitations, and your true potential.  Yet most people are simply at effect, what I call sheeple.  They believe whatever is fed to them, what others believe, and what is easy to believe, and...

How Localism Can Save US | New Normal | New Culture

How Localism Can Save US | New Normal | New Culture

Dec 26, 2016

Popping the leftist bubble: To understand the fact that nearly half the population is depraved to the point that they actually believed Hillary Clinton would win in spite of the obvious corruption, and the degree that this was acceptable with them, you must first understand exactly who they are, and their depravity. Once upon an American time, the children were raised to respect their elders, were punished when they got out of line, and were forced to learn about respect and dignity and character, the very things that make humans human. We dressed down for gym, had to do physical exercise to pass Gym, which was required for everyone; and we participated in a daily pledge of allegiance, silent prayer, and other rituals which taught us good values. When I was in second grade, in Livermore, California, I called out the school bully, who was twice my size, and who was getting away with whatever he wanted during recess.  The whole school, parents, kids, and teachers came out to watch after classes let out, they all knew, and were fine with it. Nobody intervened during the very short fight.  Crying the whole time, and raving : “You shouldn’t cheat, you need to be fair!” I beat the hell out of that bully, a life changing moment for me and for him, as the whole school cheered me on. The next day, with his face all black and blue, at his parents request, that boy came up to me and apologized, and we became best of friends after that, sticking up for other kids against bullying. How we got so far away from reality In the late seventies and 1980s, school Gym was removed from our schools in favor of large salaries and entitlements for the teachers.  Our “kinder, gentler society” started to remove competition from schools, offering participation rewards, protecting the weakest amongst us from the alpha males, and removing as much as possible the miserable experience of growing up, in favor of liberal approaches to sexuality, amongst other changes. As our society became more and more tolerant of deviate sexual and religious preferences, drugs, sin, and corruption, the left sought to completely eliminate...