Synergistic Relationships are Superior

Synergy the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations,
substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect
greater than the sum of their separate effects.”
Google
A synergistic relationship occurs when two people create a greater contribution together than they would independently. Synergistic relationships are based on co-creating outcomes. In synergistic relationships each person inquires about they other. They are interested and curious about each other and their world. They focus on fully comprehending the other, before sharing their own ideas. They speak with clarity and appreciation of the other’s position and gifts. They understand that timing is crucial in co-creating greater outcomes together.

Is Your Life a Wandering Generality?

Without purpose, your life becomes a “wandering generality,” according to Patrick Williams and Lloyd J. Thomas. When Carnegie wrote, “I am going to spend the first forty years of my life creating a fortune, and the second forty years giving it all away,” he was articulating a clear and focused life path. Yet unlike Carnegie many of us live a life of meaningless wandering.

 

Figuring out which path or purpose to follow can be an overwhelming task. Have you ever thought, “I have no idea what my life purpose is supposed to be? How do I figure out what my purpose is supposed to be? I have lost my life purpose, or completed my life purpose, now what? Why am I alive in this time, this place?”

 

If so consider meditating on the following, write down whatever comes to mind first!

What motivates me? What energizes me? What brings me pleasure? What do I really want? Who do I enjoy? What would I do with my life, if my family would and could support anything I chose to do? If I had no family members to consider what would my future plans be? If I had three months, no obligations, and no financial limitations what would I do with my time? If I had only six months to live how would I spend it? If I were granted five wishes, what would I ask for?

 

Contemplate your answers.

 

Are you on your path?


Take Up the Challenge

“There is always a gift in any challenge.”
Bronnie Ware


Life is a quest, a journey towards fulfillment.

 

Challenges are opportunities for growth along the way.

No challenges, no growth… you wither away.

 

Take on the challenge, win or lose, you grow!


Spotting the Spiritual

The spiritual is subtle. To see it look for…

An extraordinary ease and grace that others want.

 

Actions that are the next right thing,  without concern for self, results or outcomes.
Roots in rich soil, yet with the resilience to withstand toxicity without being tainted by it.

 

Blissfulness that attracts the spiritual.
Simple living that assumes abundance, and is generous.
Quick learning and responding, connecting in loving ways.

 

No talk just actions that align with spiritual living.
Can you see what is spiritual now?