Using Your Spiritual Compass to Succeed in Business | Pete Lorimer Mantra
Business and spirituality can co-exist, and here's my take on it.
👉 Steven Covey coined the term "abundance mindset" and it's something I live my life by today. I didn't use to. As a boy growing up in England, I learned to live by the scarcity theory: There's not enough money, jobs, etc., to go around... so I have to get MINE.
Abundance means there's MORE than enough for everyone on the planet. To share, without anything being removed from them. I really didn't hear much about this theory growing up, in the music industry, and in real estate.
It's a pretty wonderful thing. It took me a moment to adopt and I was fearful in the beginning. However, I've discovered something amazing: the more I give away, the more returns.
👉 We can't carry around resentment. Resentment is toxic, EVEN if it's "understandable" to some. If someone harms me, it's understandable, in this world, to harbor resentment. But I see it like this: resentment is a poison that I DRINK and then hope someone else dies. I counteract resentment by practicing something -- if someone wrongs me, I literally wish them every success in the world.
👉 I need to offer something in order to get something. What am I willing to give and what am I wanting in return?
Pinpoint what you want. I used to write down everything I wanted in my life in my little moleskin. I then wrote a contract. I said, for my part, I will give away anything and everything I know to anyone who wants to listen. In return, I'd like to hit these goals.
Four years later, I realized I hit all of them.
👉 You need to know that you deserve to succeed. We have to visualize our dreams and our goals. It's weird and it works. We must remain consistent with this. Keep your goals and dreams in your mind. It works if you work it. Remain in action and keep your dreams at the forefront of your mind.
Taste your dreams.
Here's how the universe rewards this: When you keep putting in the effort, the universe will hear it, and she will put in your hands what you need (not necessarily what you want).
Give away everything. Dinner always tastes better with friends.
Thanks for being here,