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Self-revealization Acceptance | Self-revealization Acceptance

chris-harold-stevenson's picture
Dec.30.2009
What can I say, other than I faced the realization that I would have to leave my current agent behind and start the search for a new one.  His non-fiction sales were spectacular, including several celeb clients and some pretty big deals--movies, TV.  But in five years of repping about 27 fiction...
SFKaufman's picture
Dec.27.2009
      Indifference and mediocrity are the result of frustration and confusion. They cause results to manifest as a less than a complete expression of any ideal. Both create disharmony and disturb plans for success because their nature is to interfere with true expression. Indifference and...
SFKaufman's picture
Dec.21.2009
           Just because you think something should happen does not always mean it will. Most of the time it won't. Regardless of how fervently you think about something, no matter how intensely you plan, there is no guarantee that it will happen unless you know it will happen. Knowing something...
SFKaufman's picture
Dec.14.2009
        The difference between praying for something and saying for something is that you speak to your inner self with a more convincing tone for the acceptance of your desire. When you say it, you take full responsibility for the outcome to manifest. Using the words I AM, I HAVE, and I WILL HAVE...
SFKaufman's picture
Dec.05.2009
 You have probably always been told to never burn your bridges behind you. When people speak about burning bridges, they are generally referring to the possibility that you may fail in your new goal and should have an avenue of retreat back to safety. This is an impossibility, as well as being the...
SFKaufman's picture
Nov.29.2009
 Conflict is necessary for development and growth especially when you are accepting something new into your life. Making decisions for change takes planning and courage to act on that plan. A strong will is required to see things through. If you are not creating a conflict of some sort in yourself...
SFKaufman's picture
Nov.21.2009
One of the most difficult things that anyone has to deal with is the acceptance of personal good delivered with ease and grace. There is always a part of the psyche that doesn't allow for the joy of receiving. This is partly due to the fact that underlying guilt patterns seem to constantly override...
SFKaufman's picture
Nov.15.2009
Passion! How many situations, now or in the past, have you found unsatisfying? Which ones did you force yourself to get used to even though you did not like them? Was it something you immediately rejected and then found that you had to satisfy the needs of someone else? If something you are doing...
SFKaufman's picture
Oct.18.2009
Everyone is successful by virtue of experiencing the life desired and the life not desired. Success, though, is usually confused with an accumulation of “things” such as houses, cars, clothes, etc., and many people who appear to have an abundance of “things” in their lives are often dismally...
SFKaufman's picture
Oct.07.2009
Life is based on personal choices, for better or worse, and the desire to see them through to completion. Sometimes it is easy to bring about change, perhaps, but a clear idea of what you desire to experience is essential. Limitations that have been in place for as long as you care to remember must...