Archive for February, 2009
I wanted to share with you this amazing new song and video written by my dear friend, Joseph Mclendon III.
He wrote this song based on that feeling you get when you are on top of the world and everything seems to be going your way - when you feel incredibly blessed, lucky and fortunate. At that moment, you are only focused on how good it is and how good you feel. Time flies by and your energy is abundant. In these moments we are living life “Like Its Never Gonna End” - when we are in this state we are the most grateful, the most forgiving, and the most connected to our purpose.
Joseph originally created this song as an incantation to instill and fortify the belief that anything is possible. He understands the power of affirmations and incantations and the deep impact that music has on our emotions and nervous systems.
Listen to the song and use it as a tool to create the belief that anything is possible!
(Click on the triangle in the right corner for HD viewing - 150% better quality!)
Click on the iTunes button to purchase the song - proceeds from the sale will benefit the Anthony Robbins Foundation:
We’re about an hour away from the webinar and I’m looking forward to receiving your feedback afterwards. Leave me comments and I will read them all as soon as I can!
Stay Strong and Live with Passion!
After going to the TED Conference last week, I found this great article on the wild stunt by Bill Gates:
Let me know, you think it got the point across?
Happy Valentine’s Week!
Interested in deepening the love and passion in your relationships? Sage and I created a new blog dedicated to relationships with brand new videos that we recorded just for the blog (and they’re free) - you can find them here: www.UltimateRelationshipblog.com
We’ve posted several new videos with relationship content and tools to improve your relationships, with more to come, but one of my favorites is the video we made about our embarrassing dating stories…well, let’s say that mine involves Disco and possible (but accidental) public nudity and Sage’s involves a move we call the “Movie Theater Takedown” - see it here: www.UltimateRelationshipblog.com