Lessons learned about inspiration

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
Being present in the moment is your key to
being inspired, interactive, and involved

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How do you feel about your inspiration?

Here are a few ideas about inspiration for your consideration.

Inspiration exists during…


…the breathing phase of inhalation

…the present moment

Conclusions, and takeaways: Inspiration is the beginning
of your spontaneous proactive process.

You are able to take your lessons learned about inspiration
to the next level when you are ready to…

Ask Dr. Rae
Read The Power of Now
Use your inspiration

Bottom line: Inspiration is every where, and exists within you
based on your attitude, your belief, and the empowerment you
create for every one!

The choice is yours!

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lessons learned about inspiration.

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What are your lessons learned about inspiration?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons learned
about inspiration
has helped you get more done with less distress share
them below…

We encourage, and support you on your lessons learned about inspiration!

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