I don’t want to change you. You are the way you are. There is nothing wrong with you.

  • I was stunned to realize what I see now.
  • I see that I am doing good work,that my stuff is worth the money I am asking for, and
  • that my work makes a difference.
  • I hoped I did good work.
  • I hoped it was worth the money.
  • I hoped I made a difference.

I needed another job to make ends meet.

  • For example this little program, the Playground: it allows me to deal with my mother issues.
  • For example the Accountability program: it opens my eyes to all the things I haven’t been able to even consider that debilitate me and my people.
  • My one-on-one calls: a veritable goldmine: I deal with race, ethnicity, victimhood, sloppiness, assumptions, and other issues that can keep me and my clients in bondage.

To the degree you see the world rightly, to the same degree you have your power available to you to build a life you love.

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