Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 7th 2017
Most people naturally try to be good. So, when they see this picture of fanning a whole lot of hundred dollar bills, they experience negative feelings. They may or may not know why, but something just doesn't FEEL right to them. Even if they desire to be the one who fans out these C-notes, they might be offended by this pic. Others may be offended by the fact that because they secretly desire to be rich. They think somehow they are debased to do so.

You are probably offended-- and here is reason # 1 of 3 reasons why you SHOULDN'T be!  
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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 8th 2017
Most people naturally try to be good. So, when they see this picture of fanning a whole lot of hundred dollar bills, they experience negative feelings. They may or may not know why, but something just doesn't FEEL right to them. Even if they desire to be the one who fans out these C-notes, they might be offended by this pic. Others may be offended by the fact that because they secretly desire to be rich. They think somehow they are debased to do so.

You are probably offended-- and here is reason #2 of 3 reasons why you SHOULDN'T be!  
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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 9th 2017
Most people naturally try to be good. So, when they see this picture of fanning a whole lot of hundred dollar bills, they experience negative feelings. They may or may not know why, but something just doesn't FEEL right to them. Even if they desire to be the one who fans out these C-notes, they might be offended by this pic. Others may be offended by the fact that because they secretly desire to be rich. They think somehow they are debased to do so.

You are probably offended-- and here is reason #3 of 3 reasons why you SHOULDN'T be!

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 25th 2017
I grew up learning about religion and spirituality as I believed most all Americans did. What I walked away with as a child was that we have a mind, a body, and a soul. I formed many of my world views from this paradigm.

I think it is important to question all of our paradigms as we go through life. You must know what you believe, why you believe, and how you attained the belief in the first place. If you don’t, you are building your life by circumstances- not by design.

It is amazing to me how a belief is created in the first place.
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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 29th 2017
The American Dream has been accomplished by working harder. If you wanted more money, then you had to work harder. Hustle was the game to master. The industrious people got things done and were rewarded for it. Early bird gets the worm. Overtime pays time and a half or double time in some places. 

The pendulum swings, however. The key to happiness became all about relaxing and enjoying life. Of course, you had to be able to enjoy life without money, because you didn’t have any. The counterculture became anti-money. Happiness became more important than wealth to these people.

Then the catchword became, “Balance.” 

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on July 29th 2017
My last post started addressing how to change the paradigm and start producing more while working less. I shared that the first thing is to become “The Observer” and notice what you are feeling. Those Feelings you notice are directly created by your thoughts. So, Thoughts create Feelings which create Actions which create Results. 

If I want a new feeling, I need a new thought. It’s so simple, it’s overlooked. New Thoughts create New Feelings which create New Actions which create New Results. So, again, the first step is to observe my feeling.

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on August 9th 2017
Quotes are great to help us solidify a concept. Google has helped us find quotes for everything. I even liberally use movie quotes to make my point. I like quotes because they make me feel I am not alone in my thinking. 

I have often tried to explain my thinking only to have my counterpart validate my point with a quote he knows. On one hand, I could feel inferior because it took me several paragraphs of conversation to make my point, while he banters back with a short phrase to concisely reiterate my thought. On the other, it could make me feel superior to have had the same thought as a great thinker did before me.

The point here is to have thoughts. 

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on August 16th 2017
I have been thinking about “The Circle of Five” Theory. I don’t really know - or care- about its origins, but its consequences are astounding to me. It’s summed up like this: Take the average of the four or five people you hang out with the most and average their income-- it’ll be your income.

It’s not the income part that astounds me. It’s the implications of that income. You hang out with people you like, and that like you.
 

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on August 24th 2017
My dad and mom left me many great memories. I hear them every day. I see them in myself, my siblings, and my children. One of the finest compliments someone can give me is to say they can see my dad or my mom in me. Most of the tools I have used throughout my life came from them. I am proud to be their son.

Yet, one of the pearls they gave me was, “It’s okay to visit the past-- just don’t set up your tent and live there!” The more I study, the more I see different versions of this same concept. And the more I learn, the more I see how critical this is to having success in any area of my life.

 It is great to have fond memories. Learning from our mistakes is crucial. History does repeat itself, so studying it is important. But our individual mindsets toward the past can be crippling. 

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Written by Fred T. Wyrick on August 30th 2017
Since my last post, I have been asked several times how to breathe. The brat in me always wants to say, “first in, then out.” But I know what they are asking me, and I had the same questions when I started. As simplistic as breathing is, it’s too critical for me to assume I’m doing it correctly. But the key is to just start.

No matter how well I breathe I can always breathe deeper and more effectively. It’s the same for breathing as it is for life itself- I am constantly learning how to do it better. But I started without judgment. Breathing is difficult for Americans because we want quick results and immediate gratification. Breathing is NOT about results, but about getting to know yourself.


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