America. The land of the free. The place where you too can work hard and become a millionaire - or can you? And, if you do, are you happier for it? Is the world a better place? Today, people in cities and towns everywhere in the US read reports of another jump in unemployment, another recession looming in the background, hardship for those already effecting, and fear for those not yet effected. Is this really the way we want to live? Is this crisis pushing us toward a "shift"? If so, is it a shift we are ready to make? Are we going to move forward into a new age with grace, or will we desperately hang on to the way we used to do things, resulting in tragedy and loss on many levels?
grow to eat? How much do you buy local? When was the last time that you bought into mainstream marketing and allowed yourself to buy and eat things that didn't support your health & the overall good? The way you live everyday results in the world that you live in. What are you creating?
In the documentary I AM by Tom Shadyac (director for movies like Ace Ventura and Bruce Almighty) he explores the question, "What's wrong with the world?" In a fascinating journey with a 4-man camera crew, he finds the answer. "I AM". When I take more then I need, when I live in fear of scarcity, when I want to be on top above others, when I spend my money with companies whose practices harm other people and the world, when I judge, when I hate.... I shape the 'problems' of the world.
Where are you today? Are you focused on possibilities and solutions? Are you focused on fear and scarcity? Are you focused on you - or are you focused on us? What are your belief systems about working? abundance? your right to exist? As the world changes, will you shift with grace or resistance?
Mindy Amita Aisling
ICF Life Coach,
NFPT Fitness Trainer,
OMA Certified Mediator
Mindy Aisling is a certified life and business coach in Bend, OR, exceeding all of the educational requirements & training set forth by the ICF.
She has worked with such organizations as St. Charles Hospital, Soroptimists, The Dispute Resolution Center, Olympic Medical Center, Americorps, and Juvenile and Family Services.
She has been featured in the New York Times, The Seattle Times, The Bend Bulletin, The Peninsula Daily News, KOMO 4 TV, The Oregonian and many more. You can learn more about Mindy here.
Mindy offers professional, affordable online coaching to clients around the world, and local coaching to clients in Bend, Oregon.
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