Often we think other people are responsible for how we perceive them. Of course that’s not true since we are the only ones responsible for where we focus and how we interpret whatever data we take in. That’s something we can really use in our favor! It just takes a determination to focus on what can be appreciated and nothing else, which gets easier and easier with practice.

We all have different intentions for our lives, different lessons we want to learn, and that’s okay. There are some on the same path and there are some on different or even completely opposite paths. Especially with loved ones and close friends, you may notice particular ideals they have that are surprisingly resistant to your attempts to coach or teach them otherwise. We can let them be. They are most likely working on exactly what they intended to work on. The clock is not broken. That’s the thing with life lessons, they take time to learn.

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Audible Books
Wishes Fulfilled by Wayne Dyer
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Focusing Games


How often do you sit to focus for a few seconds on how you like to feel? It’s a powerful skill to be fully present in the moment focusing on what you like. It has so much creative potential! In this podcast, Stevie shares some games that can help you build momentum for more of what you like. What you focus on is important. Controlling your headspace is important. Feeling good is important! Make it a daily habit to focus on how you want to feel. Use little games like the ones shared in this podcast and find yourself in the flow more often, feeling pretty good more often, and just generally enjoying life more.


Isn’t so much about decision making really concern for what others will think? In this episode, Stevie talks about the freedom that comes with understanding that no one has a better perspective on the choices you are making than you. So going around and taking a poll of what everyone thinks of the possibilities, though maybe fun, is often only a distraction from you and your own authority for yourself and your ability to make the best choices for you.


I notice those people who walk around being themselves with no concern of what others think. I find them so brave! When you start noticing those people fearlessly being themselves, it becomes so easy to contrast them with those who constantly hold themselves back for whatever reason. I can relate with those people who hold themselves back. I’ve been there and it was literally life-changing to really grasp what it is I have control over. Hint: It’s not what other people think! Stepping into your full personal power starts with something you may not have considered before too. Hint: It rhymes with unconditional lelf-sove. We are talking about one of the most powerful ways we can be of service in the world.

What Can We Manifest?


Do you think you get to manifest that exact thing that you want using Law of Attraction? Many people think that is what Law of Attraction is about but it is actually a bit more subtle than that. Making a list of what you want and visualizing optimum outcomes are excellent exercises but not for the reason you might think.

Putting Emotion to Use


Stevie talks about emotions as indicators and how regularly taking your emotional temperature will tell you what you need to do to feel good. Being careful to control your own headspace and kick out those thoughts that will not serve you well in the long run, those negative thoughts that make you feel bad and bring you down, is one of the most powerful things you can be doing with your time and attention. Doing so will set you up for a higher level baseline habitual way of being. And the best part is there is always a higher level. There is always a way to feel better.

Fully Present and Positive


This Sparkscast is about feeling for your goals and remaining in the present moment positive yet focused.