60. Expert Interview: The Geometry of Inevitable Success
For 30 years Bob Lancer has been helping people follow their unique paths of truly inspired living. Clients include Fortune 500 corporations, small businesses, associations, schools, community service organizations and coaching clients. A major focus is in helping parents and childcare professionals raise children to reach their glorious potential.
The Geometry of Inevitable Success
Success must begin with the simple question, asked early and often: “What is the point of my life?” Using geometric terms, Bob describes “the point” as the first of several forms in nature that guide and help us understand our success journey, including the line, the wave, the circle, and the spiral.
Why Is This Important?
For life to be meaningful and purposeful, you must ask yourself, “What is the point right now? What is of the utmost importance to me?” We can’t be in a hurry. It’s a quest in the present moment to determine what sets you on your true path of authenticity in life.
What Are the Key Lessons Learned Here?
When you practice asking, “What’s the point right now?” you realize your emotional suffering, feelings of limitation come from a false idea that you are inadequate, small and weak. You discover you can let that idea go, and that real peace and wholeness come from living without those false ideas.
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Parenting With Love, Without Anger or Stress, by Bob Lancer
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