¿Un Tonto Motivado?

Un Tonto MotivadoRecientemente, he empezado a revisar mis Resoluciones del 2014. En éste camino hallé dos excelentes informaciones. Uno en Ingles que desarrolla y presenta un sistema para “La Riqueza”, y el otro, del cual ahora me refiero, es una conferencia del Maestro Emilio Duró.

En una de sus conferencias Emilio manifiesta lo siguiente:

  1. Ser Realista en cada aspecto de nuestra vida. Conocerte a ti mismo y a tu entorno
  2. Salir a buscarla, explorar, investigar. Dejar tu zona de comfort. Estudio de Mercado. Definirte.
  3. Copiar, duplicar, ser un clon de tu modelo de rol, de tu mentor.

 Me agrada de ser mensajero de buenas nuevas, y en medio de ellas hallé un comentario que me llamó la atención, comentario hecho por Pablo Zurita Espinosa en uno de los videos del Coach Empresarial Emilio, “Me encantó la conferencia de Emilio Duró en La Laguna (Tenerife)… me inspiró el artículo “La teoría del tonto motivado” publicado por el periódico El Día y en mi blog. También creo que el optimismo es imprescindible.”

 Con el debido respeto de los Derechos de Autoría, transcribo dicha nota, en el espíritu de compartir conocimiento y, aplicarlo en cada aspecto de nuestra vida cotidiana.

 “La Teoría del Tonto Motivado”

“Y LO DICE en serio. Emilio Duró fue contundente el pasado martes en el lagunero teatro Leal. Con mucho sentido del humor, eso sí. Habló claro, inusual invitación a reflexionar sobre la capacidad propia, y no reconocida, que tenemos las personas de modelar nuestro propio futuro. Un optimista nato declarado; otro más.

Sostiene Duró lo peligroso del incapaz que se embarca pecho henchido en el mundo de los negocios, cargado de ímpetu y entusiasmo; del lanzado que se atreve con lo que le echen para el que augura sonoro fracaso. Nos previene del que se ofrece, del que le pone muchas ganas y poco de nada más. Cuidado con el tonto motivado, insiste; una conducta suicida.

Estoy de acuerdo, y además confieso cierta liberación por haber alcanzado conclusiones análogas. Y es que en mi libro “Ser empresario” propongo altas dosis de prudencia al que se plantea iniciar el tortuoso camino de la empresa. Mantengo que una buena idea no es suficiente, que una empresa es algo más. Y reclamo la importancia de adquirir los conocimientos básicos, de aprender a hacer números, de interactuar con orden en el complejo entorno de clientes, proveedores, socios y empleados, de ser respetuosos con el mercado y la competencia.

Emilio Duró va más allá. Afirma que existe una posibilidad cierta de que cualquier negocio tenga que cerrar; que si eso es lo peor que puede ocurrir, no debe ser entendido tal desenlace como un drama, que hay vida ahí fuera. Con pragmatismo, nos recuerda que todos vamos a morir -inexorable- y que adquirir tal conciencia nos libera de la dura carga de preocuparnos por lo trivial.

Emplea paladas de sentido común y nos sugiere ser conscientes de quiénes somos, no intentar innovar cuando no sabemos ni tenemos cómo y concentrarnos en copiar, copiar a quienes lo hacen bien, mejor que nosotros. Cómo duele la realidad y qué importante tenerla en cuenta.

Pero quizás lo más profundo del mensaje de Duró, lo más impactante, es la insistencia en dejarnos llevar por nuestra intuición, por nuestras emociones: nos invita a ser felices, qué bueno. Y nos introduce en la teoría de las cuerdas: nuestra capacidad de labrar nuestro propio porvenir dirigido por nuestros propios deseos, deseos que debemos tratar de controlar; la hiperincursión en el futuro, lo que queremos vivir depende de nosotros mismos. Y alejar los malos pensamientos y a quienes absorben nuestra energía positiva. Por tanto, hemos de aceptar la responsabilidad de nuestras acciones pasadas y de nuestras acciones futuras. Tremendo.

Compartimos el entusiasmo por el optimismo como forma de vida, como camino al éxito personal y a la felicidad; además se contagia. Contágiate.”

Finalmente, Duró recomienda e indica velar por nuestra salud, en lo Físico, Intelectual, Inteligencia Emocional, Ser solidario con los Demás. Totalmente de acuerdo

Fuente: (Publicado en periódico El Día el 28 de abril de 2011)

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What Can We Learn from Leaders LEADERS?

What Can We Learn from Leaders LEADERS?One of my roles is to be a Social-preneur and Counselor. I love to follow the teachings of many Social-Spiritual Leaders, Masters, Mentors, Teachers, Advisers, Net-workers, (…), and also to be a sort of Messenger

February is called the Black History Month. Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month. It is an annual observance in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom for remembrance of important people, leaders, and events in the history of the African diaspora. It is celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in February and the United Kingdom in October.

A few days ago I watched, on BOUNCE TV, the movie, “A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis”, and I wondered what Napoleon Hill, author of the book Think and Grow Rich, would point out about This leader LEADER as he does with other Leaders. Whom am I taking about? About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., MLK.

I googled this MLK saying, “We Must Planetize the Movement for Social Justice”, and during this searching I found this inspirational article by Occupy Love visionary, Drew Dellinger. I broaden and share it with due respect for copyright in order to understand What We Can Learn from leaders LEADERS.

Drew points out,

Five Lessons from Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement

1. If you want to change the world, change the worldview.

To get to the root of our current ecological and social crises, we have to look at the structures of consciousness — the stories, myths, narratives, and paradigms — that shape the modern world and inhabit our minds. Racism, patriarchy, oppression and ecological destruction can be seen as dysfunctional “stories” made tragically real. To heal the culture, we need to heal our cosmology, our worldview or cultural story. Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement transformed the country by dreaming and embodying a new cultural narrative.

2. To build a movement, use the power of dream, story, and Action.

As Dr. King showed the world on August 28, 1963, few things are as powerful as a compelling dream. When we dream, we access creativity and wisdom larger than ourselves. Our dream-visions of the future act as magnetic attractors. King and the movement also used the power of story to dramatic effect. King’s oratory worked toward dismantling the narratives of white supremacy, wove the freedom struggle into the nation’s sacred history, and used the multidimensional role of the preacher to re-story our society.

While dream and story are foundational, the genius of the movement was its emphasis on action. As King said, “Nonviolent direct action will continue to be a significant source of power until it is made irrelevant by the presence of justice.”

3. Everyone can be a Leader.

The civil rights revolution is the story of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Students and sharecroppers, seamstresses and senior citizens, preachers, workers, and countless others courageously led the country toward democracy. To build a mass movement, activate the leadership inherent in everyone.

4. Connect the issues.

In the last years of his life, which I call his mountaintop period, King expanded his prophetic vision, articulating the connections between racism, war, and poverty. At great cost to himself and his organization, he bridged the concerns of the Civil Rights Movement and the peace movement, and excoriated the madness and brutality of the Vietnam War. To those who harshly criticized him for mixing peace and civil rights, King responded that he was “deeply saddened,” because it meant that they had “never really known me, my commitment, or my calling.” After visiting Joan Baez, who was in jail for draft-resistance activities, King told her supporters, “I see these two struggles as one struggle.”

5. Widen the circle.

In his final months King called for all of us to “planetize the movement” and “develop a world perspective.” In his majestic “Christmas Eve Sermon on Peace,” King said, “It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated.” On the last day of his life King told a trusted aide, “In the next campaign,” their nonviolent movement would “take it international.”

The spirit of Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement continues in today’s global movements for ecology and social justice. The transformation that is underway requires courage, compassion, discernment, and creativity. These lessons from Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement can offer guidance to the next generation through the perilous present and into a just and sustainable future.

Conclusion: Each of us must be a Messenger, a Prophet of our points of view, our truth, our opinions, our dreams, our vision, our ideals, etc. ~ Amendment I of The Constitution of The United States of America, and related.


Martin Luther King Jr

“Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is The Truth.” ~ M. K. Gandhi.

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How to Make an Everlasting Impression?

How to Make an Everlasting Impression Dale CarnegieA few days ago, I went to the post office to pick up a package. Returning to my home, already in the bus I saw a lady who was pregnant. I noticed her worried and we exchanged glances. I smiled her and she smiled me back. Then, I asked her how many months of pregnancy had, she told me six months and it is going to be her third. Soon in her family there will be one boy and two girls. This next baby will be her second girl. She made a big smile.

I asked her name and we introduced us each other. We got involved in a conversation, and amid the talk she said she was very concerned of her medical appointment where she was going. I told her, “My friend everything is going to be great and successful.” Again, she gave me a big smile.

She got to her bus stop. We said to one another, “Have a good day,” with a sincere smile. A new true friendship? Yes, for sure, it was. A sort of Organic Relationship.

This entire story came back to me when My Mentor Ken Klemm, during The Mentoring For Free Call’s Advertising Conference Call, talked about the topic “How To Win Friends & Influence People In THE DIGITAL AGE.” This subject and Dale Carnegie’s books are my favorite ones in reason that nowadays I am involved in The Network Marketing Industry in professional way. All the participants, guests, and hosts gave their comments, feedback, points of views, aha moments, etc.

In the end of the conference, Mr. Klemm recommended us to review his note and apply it in our personal relationships, whatsoever they are. 

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Dog With a Blog?

Dog with a blogToday, meanwhile I was having my dinner, I casually watched on the TV the series “Dog with a Blog.” More than the show itself, what grabbed my attention was its name because I love to do blogging. Immediately came to my mind many memories from my dogs that I had when I was a kid. The true of the matter is that my parents loved dogs and we all together formed a sort of Master Mind Group.

Each of us has a concept and meaning about a Dog and a Blog, so I will give my best ones.

Dog:

  1. An animal that performs valuable service to humans.
  2. A dog is more faithful than most other animals — and more faithful than many people.
  3. Human best friend! We must learn how to be sincere from the dog. He comes in all shapes and sizes, always hungry, don’t talk back, constantly listening for the word bye-bye, won’t ever pass up a back scratch. Dog means a friend or a person that you hangout with. Not to be confused with an animal dog. A companion that will love you forever as long as respect, feed, love and care for them. E.g. Here in Los Angeles, California in particular, I hear the expression, “Hello dog,” and now I know what they mean.

Blog:

  1. A website containing a writer’s or group of writers’ own experiences, observations, opinions, etc., and often having images and links to other websites.
  2. A single entry or post on such a website: He or She regularly contributes a blog to the magazine’s website.
  3. A blog (a truncation of the expression web log) is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries (“posts”) typically displayed in reverse chronological order (the most recent post appears first).

 Within this context, Dog with a Blog conveys particular sense or meaning of, The Human Best Friend stories published on the World Wide Web.

In the context of the Total Networking concept, to me the best concept of Friendship is manifested by Mentor Seth Godin in his book “Permission Marketing.” He points out, “Turning Strangers Into Friends And Friends Into Customers.” I would add, “Turning Customers Into Loyal Customers And Loyal Customers Into Family.” More than Words.

Now, to unfold this kind of Friendship in a Blog, I remember and I usually apply my Mentor Michael Dlouhy’s concept from his book “Success in 10 Steps”, Our Business is People. No Greed. No Ego.”

With all above mentioned, everybody is a sort of “Dog” and can share his or her “life” in a blog, or not?

Note. About the TV series, Dog with a Blog,” one of the most Critical Response says, “Despite Dog With a Blog’s ratings success, the show has received mixed reviews. Emily Ashby of Common sense media gave the show a mixed review, noting that ‘The show’s lackluster writing and cliche’ humor keeps it from being a standout,’ but on a brighter note added, ‘it does a good job at providing clean-cut comedy with some heartwarming messages about families.’ The episode on internet safety was very well received.” So, we all, blogging-lovers, have the opportunity to be a “Dog with a Blog”

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Feel the Fear but Just do it Anyway!

How to Outwit the Six Ghosts of FEAR

Feel the Fear but Just do itIn one of my former lessons I said that this chapter 15 of the Book Think And Grow Rich must be the first one to study for evaluating us, and the last one in order to re-evaluate us. I know this seems scary, but we will see-we can do this. My mentor didn’t put me in this road if he didn’t think I could handle it. The reasons could sound obvious because of there is “a before” and “an after” in every “action or journey” we take. This journey is through us and we must be aware of the results achieved.

I have learned how to lead my Fears and realized that I have not control for anything out of my circle of power. When some of the ghosts of fear assault me, immediately I transmute my state to “live in the NOW” and make use of my self-talks and incantations. Without doubt, each of us has his or her concept or experience of success, prosperity, Fear, lack, loss, feelings, etc. However all that is simply a state of mind or how we “allow” them to set up in our subconscious mind, in a positively or negatively pattern.

Ok, How to Outwit the Six Ghosts of FEAR,? How to transmute this set up? Well, we must empower our mind step by step to live without fear, and we must start with a burning DESIRE and FAITH independently of our color of personality, plus No INDECISION, No DOUBT, and No FEAR!  To me, it’s a clear example that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. During the history-life-time we have had many people, many role models, mentors, etc., who lived and live without fear, doing what they loved to do. Many of them were hated, crucified, assassinated, slew, murdered, etc. They lived and married with themselves and with the human being. It is to live with positive simplicity via The Quantum Strategy: Ask, Believe, Deserve.

Finally, allow me to tell you that I have to thank to my grandfather who encouraged to my father and relatives how to deal with the fear of poverty; to my father from whom I learned the meaning of the fear of ill health and fear of death; to my mother who encouraged me and my siblings how to carry on the fear of old age; to my ESL Tutor and Mentors who taught me how to manage the fear of criticism; to my Family and Friends from whom I learned how to overcome the fear of loss of love. My best inheritance and wealth? Their examples and values of Life.

“Ben, you have to give always the first step as any challenge you deal. Feel the fear but just do it anyway! Your fear is your motivator. Do not play it safe. Do not color inside the lines. Just do it! Life brings you rousing. Period.”
- A. J. Hoge.
“My son, what is the worst that can happen to you? We have Angels.
- Julia Rojas de Miranda, My Mother.
“Decisions my friend. What ever you decide to do, make sure it makes you happy.”
- Dr. D. G. Amen.

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