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C.E.O of this Inside Job

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C.E.O of this Inside Job

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You have probably heard the quote that "happiness is an inside job."  (William Arthur Ward) An inside-out approach sounds nice in theory and you probably sorta get it, but the practical implementation of it can be daunting.  Afterall, we didn't take this course at ANY level of academia.  So now we are cramming this deep wisdom it into our already full lives as an elective class.  Our information-drenched world gives you drips of information from a wide variety of sources, but it's hard to piece together the connective tissue of this knowledge so it makes sense.  

This weeks wisdom will unlock why it's so dang hard to approach life from the inside out and then present a full-proof formula that will bust open your path to joy and help you live to your highest potential.  Ready?  No? Oh, I'll wait.  Now? Ok, then let's begin.

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What the Heck is the Point?

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What the Heck is the Point?


What follows is an attempt to summarize the words of wisdom that I have been posting on www.2020yoga.com since September of this year.  I will do my best to weave together as many wisdom lessons from those posts so that you can experience them in a fresh way.  Throughout this writing, I have added hyperlinks so you can reference the older blog entries for more details. 

 

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Get Mad About It

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Get Mad About It

I see you are bustling about – hanging decorations, welcoming oodles of guests and finding the best gifts to bring grande grins to your loved ones.  The frantic holiday rush doesn’t allow for ample space for inner reflection, does it?  Perhaps the reason new year resolutions don’t come true is that of the overbooked holiday schedule.  If nothing else this time of the year can be distracting and emotionally destabilizing, which makes it all the more difficult to know what you want to achieve, why you want to achieve it and how it will be realized.  

Since there is nothing casual about improving your life, let’s take the time to understand how to focus your self-effort and intentions so you can manifest your deepest desires.  What follows is steeped in the ancient teachings of yoga and will provide clear guidelines to help you craft an impactful resolution.

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