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THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT PHRASES ARE…

Published July 20, 2021 60 Views

THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT PHRASES ARE…

  Remember the two most important phrases in our language are: “I LOVE” (fill in the blank) “I WANT (fill in the blank). The wants in life, folks, are basically: Fighting, Fleeing and Ffff (Fu$%*ing) You’ve got to really underline what you want, because especially...

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THINK LONGER THOUGHTS

Published July 20, 2021 73 Views

THINK LONGER THOUGHTS

  Thoughts are not grammatical. “There’s something I’ve been meaning to say to you for a really long time” The way you feel about things, you think long thoughts. When you’re passionate about something, you don’t think of it in segments or quadrants. I...

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FULL SELF-EXPRESSION

Published July 20, 2021 55 Views

FULL SELF-EXPRESSION

  What we’re doing here, on this Saturday fellowship, is we are reawakening the imagination. Because we all, myself included, have been overly socialized and that put us on a leash. People ask: “Is it ok if I do this?” Well, you can do whatever you like and when you loo...

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SEEK YOUR OWN GOOD OPINION

Published July 20, 2021 57 Views

SEEK YOUR OWN GOOD OPINION

  I can't say it enough, just because you understand English and you have the ability to learn: never memorize. Text, it doesn't mean you're connected to it emotionally. You have to believe that you are this person, under these circumstances, otherwise it's as though you...

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I STATEMENTS

Published July 20, 2021 46 Views

I STATEMENTS

  Notice how many times you wanted to say “she”. Now, we play with this when I go [visual gesture] this, you know, but it's so much more profound than you ever imagined, because until you always put everything into a “I statement”, you're not fully owning...

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CAST YOURSELF

Published July 20, 2021 63 Views

CAST YOURSELF

  So much of this casting thing is you convincing yourself that you're worthy of it. You know? So many times we've hired people that didn't look anything like the breakdown, because they just came in with: “I don't look anything like the brake down, but where do you...

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