The Power Is Always In The Present Moment: That’s Where The Spirit Lives

Only ego flows back and forth to an imaginary future and regretful past.

Whenever you encounter some sort of challenge in life, the best way to handle it is to do anything you can to bring yourself back to this present moment. The present moment is all we have, and when we get worried or fearful we become lost-and it’s all happening in the movement of thought.

Whenever you encounter some sort of challenge in life, the best way to handle it is to do anything you can to bring yourself back to this present moment.

The present moment is all we have, and when we get worried or fearful we become lost-and it’s all happening in the movement of thought. Hours and sometimes even days and weeks go by, and the fear gets bigger and bigger; we become totally consumed by our own thoughts.

The instant we can bring our awareness to this very moment, we find peace.

Think of every occasion when you have wasted your time and energy thinking resentful thoughts toward someone. We have all done that. We make up scenarios in our mind of what we are going to tell someone and how he or she is going to respond, and then think of different ways to reply. This goes on and on and on, and it’s all happening in our mind and nowhere else! We are expending energy on that which doesn’t even exist. The person you are feeling resentful toward probably has no idea of the “problem” that you are creating!

Think of all the times you have gone back in memory, remembering something that you consider negative.

What you are actually doing is keeping the events and situations alive and creating more of the same all in your mind, and your mind is reacting to every thought that you keep thinking, not knowing if it actually happened in the past. For the mind it is always happening in the Now.

Every time we worry about the future, we are wasting our energy and time; we are wasting this precious moment by creating the very future we worry about. We can change this in an instant by looking at out troubles from another perspective.

Change the feelings and thoughts first-put your attention on how events feel in the present moment. You don’t have to look at what is, only be aware of your response to it. Whatever reaction we have, we can learn to talk ourselves into a different kind of response.

Stay in the present moment, on a moment to moment basis; that’s where your true self lives.

What is account-based sales?

Account-Based Sales (ABS) is a form of business where the customer pays for products or services after they have been delivered. This type of business model can be used by companies that provide goods and services online. In this case, the company does not receive payment until the client has received their product/service. The benefits of using ABS are that the company is able to track how many units were sold, what price was set per unit, and how much profit was earned per sale. The disadvantages include the fact that the company cannot see who the customers are, and therefore, it is difficult to market directly to consumers.

Account Based Sales (ABS) is a term used to describe a business model where the company’s revenue comes from its customers’ purchases rather than selling products or services to them. This type of business model can be used by companies that sell their product or service over the internet. In this case, the company earns money through commissions charged to the customer at each step of the buying cycle.

What are account-based sales? Account-based sales (ABS) is a method of selling products where the customer pays for the product after they have received their order. This can be done through various methods including credit cards, PayPal, bank transfers, gift cards, etc.

Why would I want to use this type of sale? There are many reasons why you may choose to use account-based sales over traditional methods of selling. One reason is that your customers do not need to pay until they receive their order. Another reason is that you can offer discounts to your customers if they pay for their orders using certain payment methods.

How does it work? The customer places an order and then receives an email confirmation from us. Once the order has been placed, we send them a shipping notification via email. When the order ships, we charge the card used at checkout. If the customer chooses to pay later, we allow them to set up a payment plan. After the payment is complete, we ship out the order.

A Presentation Lesson From Dr. Wayne Dyer

As a presenter, have you ever walked into a packed room with lots of energy and couldn’t wait for your chance to take the stage? It is exciting! On the flip side, have you ever walked into a room with only 25% of the seats filled and no energy? How do you feel? Does it affect your presentation? It used to hurt mine terribly.

First, do you know who Dr. Wayne Dyer is? If not, he is a very spiritually based motivational author and speaker. Some of his favorite quotes are: “You’ll see it when you believe it” and “Stay focused on what you are for rather than what you are against.” When I was first introduced to the world of motivation, I loved listening to Zig, Tony, Brian, and Dr. Dyer.

I was at a church last week watching his new film: Ambition to Meaning. The quote at the top of this article comes from that movie. It took me a while to understand what he meant by that. As we grow in life (or as a presenter) we must realize that some of the things we believed and lived by are not true anymore. We must let go. As Craig Valentine would say, “What got you here, won’t get you there.

As I was watching the film, he reminded me of a lesson I learned from him at one of his live presentations. A lesson I still need to be reminded of on occasion.

Dr. Dyer came to Worcester, MA early in my career. I had read his book, Real Magic, and could not wait to see him live. As a new speaker, as I entered the room I was getting excited. This is what I want to do for a living; here is a celebrity in the business. Cool. The seats were set for a thousand people. One of the local insurance companies had brought him in to speak to their company and decided to open it up to the public to help cover the cost of bringing him in.

Seven minutes before show time, I looked around and saw that only about twenty-five percent of the seats were filled. Oh my! What a difficult setting. How uncomfortable for the speaker. I was embarrassed for him, that there were so few people there. It was weird, I felt bad for him and I had nothing to do with the promotion of the event.

As Dr. Dyer took the stage, he had a certain calmness about him. He carefully looked around and noticed the turn out. Someone must have said something to him, or apologized to him for the low turn out. The first thing he said to the audience was “It is OK”. He said, “The people who are supposed to be here are. That’s all we need.” Wow. It took me a while to absorb what he said.

At that point in my career I would have freaked out. I would have been upset with someone. Bottom line, to him, it did not matter. He was OK with it. He did not let it affect him. In fact, he was excited to help whoever was there, even though the “setting” was not perfect. We all need to remember that, yes, we want to have a full room with lots of energy. But, sometimes it won’t be. Once we optimize the setting for our presentation, our goal as a speaker is to help the people in front of us the best we can, no matter what the setting, or how many people are there. As much fun as a full room can be, we are there to change the lives and inspire the ones that are present. Don’t let your own ego get in the way of your connection with your audience like I used to.

Dr. Dyer, thanks for helping me to “grow up” as a speaker. Thanks for helping me to see that confidence on stage is good, ego is not. How will you look at the next presentation when there is a low turn out?