am coming up to my fifth and final weekend of my second Wisdom Unlimited Course run down here in Australia. I have been diligent in getting the past 35 blogs of words/phrases that access transformation onto paper/screen. What I have noticed is that it has all come out from the ‘INITIATIVE’ we were all invited to take on back in Weekend 3 on August 16 – 18. I could have chosen any one of the 35 written below and I chose “GENERATING”.
As a result, there have been moments where the word/phrase at hand had me challenged. Research and getting clear with fellow participants and graduates have really allowed me to give each blog a ‘good go’!
Accessing Transformation through words:
- Getting Off It
- Empty and Meaningless
- This Is it
- Creating from Nothing
- Being unreasonable
- Self Expression
- Unreasonable Request
- Making a Difference
- Initiative: This blog!
What Initiative Are You Causing today?
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About the Author:
Charles Crawshaw: “Personal Development and Learning New Things!”
Born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, United Kingdom in September 1963, Charles started his personal development in October 1993; by learning something new, through a top training and education company called Landmark Worldwide.
New skills, new possibilities, new views on life, new ways of being and so much more have all been grown and expanded, with his ongoing participation. There are remarkable and inspiring courses for our young people (8-12-year-olds) and teenagers (13-18) which underline Charles’s passion for sharing this work with younger generations.
Future based training; breakthrough thinking and digital disruption are all embraced in his blogs, with his recommended courses pointing to many sources; including Landmark Worldwide and online, through Six Figure Mentors.
Charles thanks you for taking the time to read his blogs and, as taught to him by a 10-year-old boy called Reuben: