Friday, January 18, 2008

Richness of the Soul

Equilibrium January 18, 2008

from The 9 Steps to Emotional Fitness

Money isn’t everything, as the saying goes, but it sure helps. Sadly, the amount of energy put into attaining money does make it look as though it is everything to most people. The very fact that wealthy people always seem to seek more money reinforces that image.

I have worked with some extremely wealthy individuals and others who have hardly anything to call their own. Most come somewhere in between. They have varying concerns about money, although interestingly not necessarily in proportion to how much or little they have.

More of a common question has to do with identity. Once they reach behind their outward appearance and material trappings, they probe for the inner sense of who they are. They begin to dig for the soul.

There is to be found the greatest treasure of all. This is no quest for the Holy Grail, the answer to life’s mysteries, or the so-called “secret”. This is a more satisfying and enduring adventure of self-discovery. Once you reach out for that inner sense of who you really are and have touched and celebrated your own uniqueness, you have glimpsed into your soul. Keep exploring and you will find ever-growing seams of richness. As you do that, watch what happens.

Your relationships will blossom, your authentic self comes out in your leadership abilities, you are at peace with yourself. And you become more successful in all areas of your life.
In peace
This is already shaping up to be a good year, no matter what the markets are saying. We will be helping more people gain Emotional Fitness so that they can use it for the benefit of others, whether in their families or in their corporations. We’ll do this by training more of you as Emotional Fitness Coaches and Instructors. Are you ready to join us? Courses are ongoing. Check it out at and give me a call.

Warren Redman
(403) 245-5463 or toll free 1-866-310-EFit (3348)

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