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“Dealing with negative people”

We have the ability to live happily and successfully in a world which includes the presence of naysayers, whiners, and cynics. 

Our capacity to mantain an empowering outlook on life  doesn’t have to be adversely affected by encounters with so-called “negative” people. An active sense of humor, creativity, and compassion, allows us to embody our values even when passing through seemingly hostile social environments.

When we find ourselves in the company of someone who subscribes to a disempowering belief, we can simply appreciate the positive aspects of their life without feeling the pressure to change the aspects we don’t like.

While we remain available to provide whatever assistance we can to those who request our help, we can also choose to respect other people’s freedom to form their own perspectives.

By accepting diversity, disagreement, and dissent as a part of life, we gain the flexibility that is required to thrive in all conditions.

T.K. Coleman

Confessions of a tough-minded optimist: I alchemize my world through appreciation!

Today I choose to see the Universe as a benevolent environment where beauty & goodness organically unfolds.

I challenge myself to look for evidence of well-being wherever I go.

I allow myself the permission to take delight in all that pleases me.

As I practice the adoration of what is before me, my personal experience becomes a repository for more of life’s wonderful gifts.

Appreciation is the highest form of alchemy.

My ability to create an abundant life is directly proportional to the commitment I have to recognizing and cherishing the treasures already around me.

T.K. Coleman

Confessions of a tough-minded optimist: I am ready!

I am ready to do the work that is required of me in this moment with the confidence that I’m fully capable of realizing every goal I establish.

My mind is equipped with the conceptual tools necessary to construct the vision of what I desire and my body is vitalized with the energy to stay the course as I devote this day to embodying my dreams through disciplined action.

T.K. Coleman

TK’s Two Cents on “The Pragmatism of Happiness”

There are some who would have you believe that you shouldn’t allow yourself to be happy as long as there are things wrong with the world.

This idea is based on the notion that happiness is just an emotion and nothing else.

Well, here’s my two cents; 

Happiness is a creative force. When you feel good, you are in alignment with the very energy that creates worlds. And no mode of being is more powerful or practical than that.

Your connection to joy catapults you into an optimal state. If you really want to change things, feel good first.

T.K. Coleman

TK’s Two Cents on “The Technology inside of your head”

Forget about guns, nuclear bombs, and biological warfare!

Forget about the Ipad, the android, and the kindle!

Foget about everything Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are secretly creating behind the scenes!

Here’s one fact that’s worth ALL of your attention right now;

Human Imagination is the most powerful form of technology on the planet!

We’ll never advance beyond it, but with it there’s NO LIMIT to what we can create.

That’s my two cents.

I’m out….

T.K. Coleman

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