One of the main concepts stressed by many successful entrepreneurs is that in order to be successful at anything, your outside expression and outlook needs to match what is on the inside.
I didn’t know what life was going to throw at me going forward as a widow with two young children, and I could not stop fearing the future.
Through Dr. Dyer’s teaching, I was able to envision beautiful possibilities in my life.
Storm shutters up? Not until we see the whites of Ericka’s eyes.
The right path resonates within us, with our Best Friend, and we have the ability to take action to reach that goal within ourselves.
That is the crux of the book… Heart. The patriotic heart of a young female soldier who wants to serve her country, not in the mostly limited ways that women were allowed to serve, but alongside the fighting men.
Has anyone ever told you, “Well, that’s the way it is,” or “That’s the way it’s been done for years,” or “Why do you have to go around changing things?”
For years I fought the possibility that perhaps my “head” was the cause of all or most of my problems.
Instead of comparing ourselves to other people, something we all fell into or were subjected to in the past, it shows us how to accept our circumstances and how the choices we make to deal with those circumstances can create the life we want.
“Your success is always commensurate with the number of people who want to see you successful.”
What I didn’t realize was that I had bought not just a large suitcase, but an enormous one! It made our other large suitcase look like a carry-on. My husband called it “the Trailer.”