Supercharge your life – get our book “My Creative Thought”

41x8cwgp-FLYour journal is your sacred place. Here you can capture and foster your most creative thoughts and inspired ideas.

The finest minds and biggest hearts in the world of empowerment come together in this book to encourage you daily to realize your greatest vision – our own CEO, Ulrika Nilsson is co-author of “My Creative Thought” together with thought-leaders  like Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Dr. Cathy Greenberg and Marcia Wieder. Get your copy of “My Creative Thought” and be inspired by all it´s wisdom!

“Dreams that are the expression of your purpose and your mission are usually the most profound. We could say that standing in your purpose is where the quality of your dreams and the quality of your life will change.”
Marcia Wieder ~Contributor, Founder and CEO of Dream University
The book (Kindle- and paperback-versions) can be bought here on Amazon .

Does having plenty of money make us happier?

girl-204327_1280We all know that money can´t buy us love. Well, at least not the real kind. But can an abundance of money make us happier?

A Princeton University study provides some scientifically backed answers to that question. Princeton´s researchers analyzed 450,000 responses to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index and found that people with an annual household income of $75,000 (maybe surprisingly even in the most expensive cities in the country) are about as happy as anyone can get.

People with annual household incomes below $75,000 had lower levels of emotional wellbeing. But, those with annual household incomes above $75,000 did not show higher levels of emotional wellbeing. In other words, according to the researchers, having an annual household income of $75,000 is as good as it gets – money can buy happiness, but only up to about $75,000 a year.

If you want to learn how to create the life of your dreams – regardless of your income – then take a look at our courses and programs that we offer.

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1-Minute Playbook: Are You Happy With Your Life?

Happiness is one of life´s greatest pursuits. We all want to live a happy life.

We all want to feel joyful and live with a purpose. But how do we do that – how do we achieve happiness? Find out in today´s 1-Minute Playbook-audio.

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1-Minute Playbook: Face the Facts and Act

happy-man-692795_1280Many people put their dreams on ice and don’t move forward with fulfilling them because they are holding out for that “perfect” opportunity. However, deep down they know that that’s just an excuse for not acting on something that they are a bit fearful of doing.

To make matters worse, the anxiety that comes from not doing what you know needs to be done – and from managing the fallout from your poor decisions – drains the energy you could be spending on friends, family, and the outside interests that make life worth living.

It’s a common road taken to take the easy way out when something makes you uncomfortable. And it’s even easier to rationalize why you didn’t do what you really needed to do. It’s more comfortable to avoid taking action – at least in the short term-, but it’s also a sure path to mediocrity and stagnation.

Don’t let fear take control of your life. Have the courage to face the facts – whatever they might be – and act on your dreams. Live the life you’ve always wanted to live!

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Are you afraid of losing your job or are you really afraid of failure?

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Many Americans only take half of their paid vacation because they are afraid of losing their job if they are away longer. In the UK a fifth of employees fear job loss. And in Sweden employees are afraid of speaking up against wrongdoings because they fear they will be replaced, even though they have a legally protected right to their job.

But does it really have to be this way? Are you simply a victim of external forces, a global culture where there’s no job security to find? Or could it be that the fear of losing your job is a sign that you are not fully living the life you should be? There’s an easy way to find out.

Ask yourself, are you doing what you most want in your life right now? How would you live if you had no fear at all? If your answers are not the way you are living your life right now, take an honest look at why you haven’t changed that. What is it that you’ve been afraid of?

“Fear and ‘pain’ are touchstones for all spiritual growth.”

The most common explanations people give for not stepping up and changing something, is fear of failure. However, being afraid to fail is in reality an excuse in disguise for your failure to work through your fear. Fear is a powerful instinct that serves a valuable purpose in some circumstances, but it can also misfire badly in situations. Fear tends to paralyze most people or at the best, slow us down to the point of non-action. Remember that fear and “pain” are touchstones for all spiritual growth. Make friends with your fear and learn to use it as an indicator for action!

When you are doing your lifework, you will no longer be governed by fear of losing your job. The courage to live consciously will far exceed any fear of loss. You will be living with the knowledge that you will be taken care of, regardless of the circumstances. When you are living your true purpose and are of service to others, there will always be “more to come” positively for you. So step into action, be courageous, take charge of your life and live your purpose!

 

5 Values of Any Great Leader

leadershipWhat would your life look like if you lived from the perception that your thoughts could change your world? What would it feel like if you knew that every single day you were doing exactly what you were meant to be doing? How would it be to live life from a place where you are true to yourself and not despite of this but because of it, you are living in pure abundance?

That is what it’s like to be a really great leader. And it’s something that everyone can achieve – regardless if you’re a leader in your profession or in your personal life. Mums and dads are leaders too!

Here are 5 values that any great leader live and lead by:
1. Authenticity
Great leaders represent themselves in a genuine way. Be honest and clear with who Authenticyou are and what you stand for. Strength of character is a huge part of success!

2. People First
The numbers are important but they mean nothing without the people. Great leaders lead from the heart as they know that leadership is about connecting with people. Focus on the individuals – customers and employees – and people will listen to you.

3. Integrity
It’s simple – without integrity you’ve got nothing. Great leaders speak their truth – which is not the same as being rude – and never use words that aren’t in alignment with who they are. Integrity is also following through with what you say you are going to do – don’t make promises you can’t keep.

Excellent4. Excellence
Great leaders always push the envelope and raise their standards. However, be wise and don’t do this in an attempt to achieve a perceived level of perfection – no human is perfect. We are all a work in progress.

5. Discipline
No one becomes a great leader overnight or by chance. Great leadership is a result of disciplined creation. Get clear on what you really want, be committed to what you do and your efforts will be rewarded. That’s a universal law.

Implement and practise these values in your own life and leadership. Don’t postpone living a life where you are true to yourself and of service to others – you’ll get to live the life of your dreams!

 

The good life: Every one is responsible for their own joy

The greatest gift that you could ever give to another is your own happiness, for when you are in a state of joy, happiness, or appreciation, you are fully connected to the stream of pure, positive source energy that is truly who you are. And when you are in that state of connection, anything or anyone that you are holding as your object of attention benefits from your attention.

No one else needs you to be or do things for them in order for them to be fulfilled for each and every being have the same access to the stream of well-being that you do. Often people who do not understand that they have access to the stream suffer in their inability to hold themselves in happiness choicea place of feeling good and ask you to behave in a way that they believe will make them feel better. But not only do they hold you in a place of discomfort as they try to make you responsible for their joy, they hold themselves in a place of bondage as well. For they cannot control the way any other behaves, and if that control is necessary for their happiness, then they truly are in trouble.

With this said it’s easy to see that your happiness doesn’t depend at all on what others do or say but only on your own vibrational balance. The same way the happiness of others does not depend on you but only on their own vibrational balance. The way anyone feels, in any moment, is only about their own mix of energies. The way you feel is simply, clearly, and always the indicator of the vibrational balance between your desires and your vibrational offering. And this is one which from your vantage point, you yourself have launched.

There is nothing in all the universe more important for anyone to understand than how the vibration they are offering is matching the vibrations of their desires. The way you feel is your indicator of whether you are allowing your connection to source or not. Every good feeling, every positive creation, all your abundance, clarity, health, vitality and well-being – in fact, all the things that you consider to be good, – are dependent upon the way you are feeling right now and on the relationship that that feeling – or vibration, has to the vibration of who you really are and what you really desire.

“The good life, as I concieve it, is a happy life. I do not mean that if you are good you will be happy; I mean that if you are happy you will be good.” – Bertrand Russell