Thursday, July 31, 2008

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Monday, July 28, 2008

What do you BELIEVE?

There are certain things I have come to understand about life (and am still coming to understand):

1- Everything has a gestation period; you can't grow a baby in 3 months; you can't grow a tomato in 2 weeks; if what you're doing in your life is growing an oak, don't expect it to grow in a willow's time. There's a gestation period to everything.

2- Set your intention and keep your attention focused on creating it; when you focus on what you don't want, you get more of that; when you focus on what you DO want, you look for the signs that, everyday, remind you you're getting closer.

3- There are no such things as obstacles, just opportunities; Everything that happens happens for a reason and it's up to us to find the seed of the equivalent advantage and see it so.

4- When something less than desirable happens, I work very hard not to see it as a struggle but I also don't say, "This is wonderful!" and go into gratitude for the experience if it's a tragic or negative one; I see it as an opportunity to learn and grow and to tell the universe "I am who I say I am" and continue on knowing that I'll have what I've set out to have.

Words have power. But it's not what you say that counts; it's what you FEEL about what you say. You could tell me "I'm going to be a millionaire" and, if, underneathe that talk, is "I'll never make it. I'll always be poor", there's your result. It's not what you say but what you FEEL about what you say that draws the energy to accomplish just that.

One of my favorite quotes comes from "A Warrior of the Light" by Paulo Coelho:

"A Warrior of the Light is reliable. He makes a few mistakes, he sometimes thinks he is more important than he really is, but he does not lie.

When people gather around the fire, he talks to his friends, male and female. He knows that his words are stored in the memory of the Universe, like a testimony of what he thinks.

The Warrior asks himself: "Why do I talk so much, when often I am incapable of carrying out everything I say?"

His heart replies: "When you defend your ideas in public, you then have to make an effort to live accordingly." It is because he BELIEVES that he is what he says he is that the Warrior ends up becoming precisely that."

- A Warrior of the Light, Paulo Coehlo

My question is not what do you say but what do you BELIEVE?

All the best!

Kassandra Vaughn, the ROI Coach

Thursday, July 24, 2008

You are Not What You Do...

In a fast paced, constantly changing world, it's important to take a moment, every now and then, and remind ourselves:

I am not what I do.

You are not what you do. You are not your business, your degrees, your social status, your marital status, your household income. You are not any of those things. Why?

Because if you ARE what you do, when what you do goes away, who are you? No one. If you are what you have, what happens when your material possessions go away? You no longer exist. If you are your marital, parenthood, or social status, what happens when those things are no longer a major focus in your life? You no longer have a focus.

It's important to get to the very heart of who you are. Who you are transcends what you do or have. Who you are is and was and will be forever. Life changes but who you are a divine piece of existence never will.

Remember: You are not what you do or have. You transcend all of that. Take time to just be.

Are You Afraid of Failure? Or of Success?

When we think about what concerns us about making a major life shift (like starting a business, moving into a new career, having children, getting married (or unmarried), relocating across country, and the list goes on), one of the first things that will come up is fear.

Most of us think that the fear is grounded in the fear of failure...

What if this business doesn't make money?
What if I'm not happy?
What if I move here and I don't find a job?
What if I have children and I'm not able to give them everything I want to give them in life?

The questions could go on forever. But, what most of us don't realize, is that our fear is not grounded in failure...

You've gone to school. You've moved before. You've raised children (even somebody else's). You know that this business is your passion and your dream and nobody can do it better.

It's not the fear of failure that gets us most of the time. It's the fear of success.

If you now become as successful as you've always dreamed you could be, what's next? What is there left to conquer? What will the cost be for your success? Will you be able to handle it? How will friends and family react to your newfound success? What about your life will change? Will you be ready?

These are all fears of success. I love Susan Jeffers' book "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway." She says there's nothing wrong with fear. We all have it. It's not going anywhere. The greatest thing you can do is say, "Whatever comes, I can handle it" and feel the fear and do it anyway.

The real question to ask yourself is this:

When you feel fear, are you using it as an engine or a brake?

Infinite Patience Produces Immediate Results

Do you, like me, have those days where you wish things would happen faster? More business, more clients, the new house, the new car? You can get lost in the "I want it yesterday" mentality.

Most of us spend most of our energy in time is what was or what will be (past or future) but not in the present. Louise L. Hay says, "Today is the future I created yesterday" but what future are you creating if you're always in yesterday or tomorrow but never fully present in today?

When I get into those "I want everything yesterday" mentalies, I use deep breathing and one thought to get myself present, "Infinite patience produces immediate results." When you know everything you need you have, when you have a knowingness that everything you want is on its way, that there's no stopping a dream whose time has come, there's no need to worry about how its getting here; it's on its way. Infinite patience means you trust that it is on its way; in fact, you know it is and because you know it is, you don't worry about the when; the when will take care of itself and because you don't worry about the when, the time between not having it and having it seems to fly by.

Try it. When you get off of yesterday or tomorrow and stay in the now of what you're creating, see how fast the time flies between intending something and bringing that intention to pass.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Why "You" is Key To Your Business

Semantics… the meaning of words. Do you know the power of your words? Do you know that what you tell yourself can make or break a business? Do you realize that what you say to your potential clients and customers can make or break a sale? Today’s wealthy tip is all about the power of “you.”

Many business owners talk about their business by referring to “we.” “We” sounds like a large company. “We” sounds like a team of people there to help and guide customers. “We” sounds powerful. But what “we” doesn’t do is answer a potential client/customer’s first and most important question, “What’s in it for me?”

The Tip for Today-
Take “we” out of your business vocabulary. Stop saying “we” and start saying “you.”

Tell clients:
“This is how you’ll benefit from my products…”
“You’ll become this…”
“This system will greatly serve your needs by…”

We reflects what you hope to sell; you reflects what customers need to buy. Customers want to know that you know what they need: their business, their industry, the current trends, their profit, their productivity, that you know everything there is to know about who they are, not just what your product is and why they should buy it.

Customers are always looking to find answers to the questions of how to make their lives easier, better, stronger, and more peaceful. They’re looking for benefits and they’re willing to pay good money for a product or service that they perceive has value. The customer is qualifying you from the very first moment. “You” creates value; “we” tries to sell. The next time you come face to face with a client, show them that you know what’s in it for them by using “you” instead of “we.”

Kassandra Vaughn, the ROI Coach

Monday, July 21, 2008

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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Why Generosity Is So Important

You cannot receive what you aren't ready to give... Make sense?

If you find yourself walking through life thinking, "How can I get what I want? What is it going to take to make this happen?", you'll also find that there are many times when you feel like you're giving and giving and getting less and less. Why do you feel this way?


The generous person gives with no expectation. They give ONLY WHAT THEY HAVE TO GIVE. If you are giving your time and energy to someone who is taking that time and energy and using it for their benefit and their benefit alone, you are not being generous. You are being used and what you're giving out really isn't what you actually have to give because the generous person knows their boundaries. They are able to confidently say, "This is enough. I honor myself by setting my boundaries." When you give too much, you max out the credit card called "my energy." You'll know when you've done this because you will give to someone and you'll always walk away feeling like you've lost something.

That's not generosity.

Generosity is simple, kind, and readily available. It's about giving 100% even when you don't have to. It's about treating people the way you'd want to be treated. It's about waiting to give if you can't give in the way you intuitively know you should be giving.

You can't be a cheap skate and be generous. You can't underpay your employees and be generous. You can't expect the world of people and not be willing to give the world to people and think you're generous. That's the biggest illusion.

There are many who think they're generous because they're kind. Not true. You can be kind and give nothing to no one. Generosity requires release. Release requires openness. Openness requires understanding of the self, YOUR SELF.

Generosity begins by asking one simple question, "How can I serve today?"

That is generosity. Know that this is an abundant world where there is more than enough for everyone. If you feel like someone's taken advantage of you, take your power back by knowing that everything happens for a reason and all things turn out exceptionally well because there is no limit to what you can do.

When you know that there's more than enough for everyone, every gift is a gift that keeps giving. Know your limits, know yourself, and give with a conscious understanding of the difference between giving to give and giving to get.