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The Intended Life

The Intended Life


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 What if more corporations allowed workers to set their own hours, allowed for free expression in the workplace, encouraged employees to help others in their community and follow where their passion led them?  These days corporations have been ruled by the Supreme Court to have the same rights as people, so as a person does that mean that you are your own company?  What if you talked about yourself in terms of expanding abundance, pioneering the market, changing the face of American enterprise? What if you upheld the belief that you are every bit as important and influential as the heads of wall street and acted in a manner that reflected it?  I'm not suggesting everyone put on a suit and tie and strap a custom made logo to their chest as they go around shouting orders, but maybe we should start acting a bit more like we deserve to see out our dreams and that they are worth the investment.  That our place in life is not to be determined by those who seek a profit from us but by our willingness to profit from our own gifts.  There is something to be learned from the success of big name business but the one thing(or one of the things) that are missing is a personal touch.  How can you take what has worked for something massive in scale and use it in a personal context?  You have the opportunity to use all great ideas for your own purposes and leave the false promises and constrictions on the editing room floor.  In this episode I'll be expanding on this topic for your consideration. It's all about self worth and self reliance in this episode of The Intended Life