There's a physical part of creating wealth.
People think, "Oh, it's all a mind game and how clever you are, whether you can outwit the market."
That's not really true.
It's your own level of energy and service and strength that works. The body often goes first and leads the mind; and people often increase their wealth when they increase their physical activity.
They may be training for an Iron Man or they start working out or they start doing Yoga or they start running, or dancing or doing something. They find that the brain wakes up to the degree that the body does. So it's so important to have a physical aspect.
A lot of people would think, "Well wait a minute that physical goal of yours, wouldn't that take a lot of time when you should be focusing on making money. Wouldn't that take time away?"
But actually it doesn't.
Actually it produces more energy.
It produces a greater ability to focus, more mental alertness and greater well being--a greater sense of good move and good spirits and lively spirits that happen after you have gone for a good run or a swim or played a game of basketball. Your mind is actually in better shape to serve and create the relationships you want that will lead you to make money.
So when I want to make the shift from worrying, fearing, being paranoid, doubtful---------I want to make that shift up to warrior and I want to go to war (the spirit of going to war), and I want to look at the thoughts that are making me worry. Those are just thoughts (that's all those are) and I want to take a very deep breath, do what I need to do. Hit the punching bag, run around the block, jump in the pool and get right out, breathe deeply, sing a song, and then start brand new and say "I'm going to use my imagination now to brainstorm my next actions for creating prosperity and I want to clean off my whiteboard (one of my whiteboards anyway) and start throwing ideas up there--next action, next action, next action and then circling one and then doing it."
And that's the warrior mindset and that's what really produces wealth as opposed to dropping down to my lowest mood, believing all my thoughts and worrying. Wealth worrier? No. How about wealth warrior instead?
I want to rise up, I want to go to war, I want to create prosperity.
I want to serve people.
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A 2nd Evening of Stories and Songs
Benefit Concert for...
Brittany Schramm (Please read her story below)
Friday, August 3, 2012
Silent Auction & Meet and Greet with Brittany 6:45-7:30
Join us for an entertaining evening of hilarious, inspiring, insightful stories and songs to go with them that will raise your spirits and leave you feeling like you have just returned from a long, stress-free vacation!
Steve Chandler and Andrew McKee will take you on an entertaining journey up the ladder of human consciousness (and if you don't know what this is yet, you have to attend!)
Here's what people said about the 1st Evening of Stories and Songs...
"The music is still running through our minds... and I could hardly sleep for all that really uplifting energy we shared!"
- Marian Sears, Fountain Hills, AZ
"I had the absolute privilege of flying out to Phoenix to see Steve Chandler and Andrew McKee perform their evening of Songs and Stories. From the moment it started, I was completely immersed in this magical musical journey they had prepared for us. The music was absolutely superb. I had the chills, tears streaming down my face, and laughter in abundance. I was so touched by the absolute authenticity of these master performers. They hold nothing back. Their love of life infuses the music with so much energy- it's absolutely contagious! I walked out overflowing with joy. Don't miss these guys, they sing and play straight from the soul."
- Lisa Peake
All in support of Brittany Schramm and her family.
32 South Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85210
Recommended $20 donation but you may contribute as much as you wish. Any donation gets you a seat, but please understand and support the wonderful cause. If you would like to donate to the Silent Auction please contact Lynanne Cottle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-577-5677.
Seating is limited. If paying at the door, please email
Andrew at email@example.com for seat reservations.
(Please note that the PayPal account will show Andrew McKee firstname.lastname@example.org)
Brittany Schramm was a fun-loving, athletic wife and mother of 2 young children. On April 7th, 2012 she and her husband Jeff decided to head out on their mountain bikes and test out the trails in the popular Red Mountain area near their Mesa home. The day was beautiful and the ride was fun, until tragedy struck. Brittany hit a rock and was launched over her handlebars. She landed on her head cracking both her helmet and 4 bones in her back and neck, instantly paralyzing her from the chest down. She was air-lifted to Scottsdale Osborn hospital where she endured 7 hours of surgery to repair the damage to her spine. Although the surgery was successful, Brittany's spinal cord remained badly bruised. After several days in the Neurological Intensive Care Unit, Brittany was moved to Barrows Neurological Institute to begin her long journey of physical therapy.
Brittany spent 7 weeks at Barrow's learning how to sit-up, roll-over, manage herself in a wheelchair, and generally learn how to handle her now paralyzed body. The days were long, and the therapy was often grueling, but Brittany remained strong and determined to learn as much as she could.
Brittany is now home with her family and is adjusting to life as a paraplegic. She is beginning to regain feeling in lower portions of her body and is optimistic that she will walk again. She is now faced with a new challenge. Her insurance plan offers no provisions for outpatient physical therapy, which means that for Brittany to continue therapy she will have to pay cash. Brittany is determined to walk again, with or without professional therapy, but is hopeful that with the proceeds from this concert she will be able to afford some type of therapy. She extends her love and gratitude for the donations already offered and the many prayers in her behalf.