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Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #192 — The End Is Nigh

I love what I do!

If you’ve been to any of these live broadcasts you’ve seen that with your own eyes.


Not everything that I am currently doing is being done the way that I would love to be doing them if I were to start them today, knowing what I know right now.

Cryptic? Yeah, I know…

I spent this past week out in LA with 4PC, the mastermind group I joined three years ago this week!

While I was out there, during one of the conversations between sessions, what became clear was that my next chapter is not about any of the information I already know or the information i can collect and share, but rather about mining my own wisdom!

Back to that in a moment …

Along with that epiphany came the title of a book I read almost 20 years ago: Henry Cloud’s “Necessary Ending”

And that was like a V8 slap to the forehead …

But rather than Henry’s words, let me share a gem from C JoyBell C, the self-described “philosophical essayist, cultural critic, spearhead thinker, science writer” and author of over a dozen books:

“Ends are not bad things, they just mean
that something else is about to begin.

And there are many things that don’t really end, anyway, 
they just begin again in a new way.

Ends are not bad and many ends aren’t really an ending; 
some things are never-ending.”
— C. JoyBell C.

So the question that I wish to offer YOU is:

Where is there is a better way,
a truer way,
a YOUer way
to do ANY of the things that you are currently doing?
To BE who you are currently BEing?

How different would your life be if everything you did was:
more fully in alignment with your values,
more fully in alignment with your innate talents, and
more fully in alignment with what lights you up?

One of the things I invite my clients to do is
to cull that things that don’t align or can’t be brought into alignment,
align the things that can be brought into alignment,
and focus SOLELY on those aligned activities.

And last week’s deeper epiphany was that it’s time for me to accept that same invitation.
It’s time for me to cull, to cut, to chip away the clutter, the free my “what’s next” from the stone.

And so … how should I say this …


Are you in?


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