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September 29, 2010


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G.E. Moon II

I remember first learning of James Agee through the book he did with Walker Evans, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men". Thank you for the reminder of this great author. Thank you also for reminding us to look within to make our own changes.

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

Rich Procter

I get so much out of this blog. Another outstanding post. I am someone who relinquished his creativity for fear -- now I'm taking it back. Such a great lesson -- the problem isn't "out there." THANK YOU Steve


Steve Hardison, a devout Mormon, could probably quote you this scripture from a Mormon religious text called The Doctrine & Covenants. D&C Section 58 verses 26-28 says:

26. For behold, it is not meet that I should command in all things; for he that is compelled in all things, the same is a slothful and not a wise servant; wherefore he receiveth no reward.

27. Verily I say, men should be anxiously engaged in a good cause, and do many things of their own free will, and bring to pass much righteousness;

28. For the power is in them, wherein they are agents unto themselves.

I just love how this reinforces the concept that creation comes from each of us. That that power and ability is within everyone, that we choose to bring it into play or not. I love the idea of being my own agent--that I can forge my own destiny and not have to rely on the outside world for my happiness or progress. Great post Steve!

Heman Smith

Another one... right on. I also remember when I first met Steve Hardison. I had called about coming to a seminar at TimeMax, and didn't have the $$. His gut-wrenching truth to me was: "If you want to come badly enough you'll figure out how to make it happen. You'll find a way. You'll make the money." And I did.

Your post has reminded me, and re-inspired me. I am creating now. And I like the self-motivation reality.

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