2 Weeks Notice

do what you love Mar 06, 2024

I have some exciting news.

I teach: Don't stay somewhere if you're miserable, because God is the source. You will be provided for.

Have faith and trust.

And that's what I did last week.

I recently moved to San Antonio, and I asked for a sign language interpreter position at a high school because it's easy.

You honestly get paid to read. And it's consistent.

I needed some stability because I was new, didn't have any friends, didn't know the layout.

But since I've been here, it's been a very negative environment – a lot of cussing from the kids, a lot of disrespect.

I  realized I'm not happy here anymore.

So I turned in my two-week resignation.

And ever since then, so many doors have opened up so I could begin speaking again. And that is truly what I want to do – teaching about these thought principles I teach.

So what's my point?

Have faith.

Have trust.

Know that you will be taken care of.

As they say, the Lord will provide. 

How to Prioritize Your Goals


Let's talk about prioritizing our goals.

I was talking to a friend who is scattered. He wants to do a podcast. He wants to create more classes. He wants to bring in more clients.

He wants to, wants to, wants to....

Well, you know the saying about having too many irons in the fire.

He is trying to do soooo many things that he's completely overwhelmed.

He's frozen. And he's not doing ANY of them!

Have you ever felt this way?

I advised my friend to identify the most important goals out of all the things he wants to do.

He's going to start by writing everything down, circle the top three, break them down into steps, and create a timeline of when to get them done. He'll take some of the other irons out of the fire for now.

If you're feeling overwhelmed like my friend, I will say the same thing to you.

  1. First, take a deep breath, and if you've been frozen by overwhelm, let yourself thaw out.
  2. Write down all the things you want or need to do.
  3. Circle the top three priorities. You're going to focus exclusively on them.
  4. Break these priorities down into small, actionable steps. (By the way, you don't need to know all the steps. Figure out the first few and trust that the path will become clear as you take action.)
  5. Create a timeline for getting them done. 

As Frank Sonnenberg says,  “If everything’s a priority, then nothing’s a priority.”

So, what are your top three? 

Share them with me or a friend to broadcast your intentions loud and clear!

I hope you have an amazing day.

What If You Only Had a Short Time To Live?


I am reading the most fascinating book right now. It's called "The Measure" by Nikki Erlick. In this book, everybody gets a box with a string in it that determines how long they will live. Watch the video below to learn more.
Watch the video to learn more.

If the string is short, that means you're going to die soon. If the string is long, then you have longer to live. What's fascinating about it is that after about a week of this happening, a lot of businesses shut down and left signs on their door that said they were gone to "live their lives" and "make some memories". When they found out they don't have much time to live, they tried to make the most of it.

That's what I'm doing now with my RV trip around the country. We have no idea when our lives will be over. I died when I was 18 (you can check out my book to learn more about that). Obviously, I came back. I learned there are no guarantees for tomorrow.

I have talked to so many people who have expressed that they have wanted to go on an RV trip around the country.  But they're not doing it.

So I want to encourage you today to do something that you would love. You don't have to do it tomorrow. Just start planning. I've been planning this RV trip for years, and it's finally going to happen.

What is something that you would love to do that you can start planning today? 


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