Thinking Magically™ | What Everyone Ought to Know About Success and Happiness

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Good morning, Thinking Magically Tribe –

The day is finally here! The launch date for “The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life.”

Here are some of the details. The print version of the book is available for online ordering from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Amazon

Barnes & Noble

The book is also available in Kindle format at Amazon.

Naturally, I’d love it if you’d purchase a book today. It always helps the ratings for the orders to come in on the release date. (A little note: you might have noticed that both Amazon and Barnes & Noble actually posted the book a few days ago. Despite my best magical efforts, there are just some things you can’t control. LOL You’ll read about that in the book, as well.)

You can help me in spreading the word about “The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life.” I’d appreciate you letting others know about it, you posting an Amazon link to your social media network of friends, or maybe even copying and sending the image (above) to those you believe would be interested in creating a whole new life for themselves.

Finally, I’ve decided that I’m going to send out FREE, personally signed bookplate stickers to anyone who posts a social media photo of themselves holding the book, showing their Object of Affection (you’ll read about this) or out and about on their Walking Meditation (you’ll read about this, too). Once I see the posting, I will send a link to the bookplate order site. This should be fun!

Let me know how I can serve you and your Magic best. And thanks, in advance, for your help in promoting the book.

Dreaming of your Magic,
Scott

Thinking Magically™ | The Meaning of Magic – Part 1 (an excerpt from The Most Magical Secret)

From The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life

 

by Scott Grossberg

Copyright © 2015. Reprinted by permission.


The moment you doubt whether you can fly,

You cease forever to be able to do it.
– J.M. Barrie

I’m going to share with you the most magical secret. I’m going to show you how to have an ecstatic life, delight-filled experiences, and a joyous existence. Before I do these things I must first define what Magic is so we understand and appreciate what we’re going to create together. I suppose I should warn you ahead of time that author Tom Robbins is correct when he wrote: “Using words to describe magic is like using a screwdriver to cut roast beef.”

With that in mind, the best explanation I have found comes from the Persian poet, Rumi:

Magic makes a straw a mountain by artifice;
again, it weaves a mountain like a straw.
It makes ugly things beautiful by means of sleight;
it makes beautiful things ugly by means of opinion.
The work of magic is this,
that it breathes and at every breath transforms realities.

So, how do we transform our realities?

We transform our realities by knowing who we are and understanding what we know. Magicians don’t just have beliefs—they have a deep-down-in-the-gut self-comprehension. When you have self-knowledge, you have energy and self-confidence. And when you have that energy and self-confidence, you have Magic.

We change our world by appreciating that what we want and what we create are not necessarily the same thing. All of it will change from time to time despite your best efforts. Still, you know that you’re responsible for the whole mess in the end. When you’re able to have an outcome without holding onto it, when you understand that everything that happens to you is because—ultimately and at a foundational level—you have asked for it to appear, only then do you have the Magic.

We reinvent our circumstances by persisting in our visions and by being engrossed in our desired outcome even when others say such purpose and resolve and intent is hopeless, impractical, not the real world, and even unacceptable. When you have faith in yourself and trust in yourself and certainty in your dreams, you have the elements of Magic that this book will show you how to combine in order to transform everything.

Erin Morgenstern, in her wondrous book, The Night Circus, wrote:

“’This is not magic. This is the way the world is, only very few people take the time to stop and note it. Look around you,’ he says, waving a hand at the surrounding tables. ‘Not a one of them even has an inkling of the things that are possible in this world, and what’s worse is that none of them would listen if you attempted to enlighten them. They want to believe that magic is nothing but clever deception, because to think it real would keep them up at night, afraid of their own existence.’”

In those words is the reason most people see and feel and experience so little Magic, if any at all, in the world and in themselves. Most have drifted away and estranged themselves from Magic. They think it’s something called “growing up,” or worse, “acting like an adult.” They live habitual and robotic lives so much so that they’ve stopped defying the impossible. Instead, they have convinced themselves that there is something normal about waking up, coping with daily difficulties, and then calling it a good day if they survive.

They’ve forgotten the thrill and the joy and the rapture of ignoring misbegotten rules, snubbing unoriginal thoughts, and waging war against soul-destroying opinions.

Think about this for a moment.

The majority of people copy the failure of others.

There are more than 7,000,000,000 people in the world.

Most of them would rather be somewhere else, be with someone else, and be something else.

Most of them are afraid of change. So they stay where they are, how they are, and who they’re with.

But transformation is what Magic is all about.

Most people think it impressive if they can keep up with their peers, if they can follow instructions from someone else, if they can be like-minded with their friends and co-workers, if they can “fly below the radar,” and if they can softly and safely belong to some type of group or tribe or clan or family unit.

But being unusual and being discontent and being a maverick and being strange and being an individual are the hallmarks of Magic.

We strive and strain, reach out and rack out brains, climb ladders of success and clamber over rivals. And then, one day, we succeed in getting to where we wanted to be. We finally make it. As if part of the Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller “Is That All There Is?” song, we look around and wonder what was so important and significant in the first place. Because we forgot, or never learned, how to enjoy the Magic of the chase.

We forgot that how we’re playing the game is the real Magic.

Why? Why do we do these things?

(To be continued)

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . would you like to learn more about living a life filled with happiness and success? Then you’ll find my soon-to-be-released book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, right up your alley. I’d love to send you free updates and fun information as we get closer to the publication date. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://thebookspot.org/mostmagicalsecret

Remember, you can continue this conversation by subscribing to my blog at http://thinkingmagically.com or you joining me on any of the major social media sites to take this discussion to an even deeper level.

© 2015 by Scott Grossberg. All Rights Reserved. thinkingmagically.com

Thinking Magically™ | When Magicians Feel “Unmagical” This is What They Do!

You have to leave the city of your comfort
and go into the wilderness of your intuition.
You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work and risk and
by not quite knowing what you’re doing,
but what you’ll discover will be wonderful.
What you’ll discover will be yourself.
– Alan Alda (Actor, Director, Writer)

I’ve been getting quite a few questions lately from Magicians who want to get themselves motivated, again. They’ve already experienced what the Magic feels like. They remember having that spark of excitement. They just don’t have it at the moment. And they fear that it’s been lost to them forever.

Now what?

First and foremost . . . Relax! Everybody has felt “empty” at one point or another in their life. Many of us have been “lost” more than a few times. Most Magicians are so good at doing so many different things that they become somewhat blasé. They are so frequently part of amazing things and exposed to wonderful happenings that their curiosity and excitement wane.

When you get to the point where you are feeling “unmagical,” there are some simple steps to take to get your joy, impulse, and drive going again.

Here’s what you can do:

1.  Find Your Magic (again)

Over 4 years ago, I wrote an article called The Creation of Success. In it, I provide you with a technique for regaining your excitement about Life! Take the time to go back over the formula. You can find it here:

https://scottgrossberg.wordpress.com/2011/02/06/thinking-magically%E2%84%A2-the-creation-of-success/

2.  Reinvent Yourself

Each moment of each day you have a chance to define (or redefine) who and what you are. For a Magician, the possible roles you play in any given day are endless. That’s part of your challenge and why you get bored. I think that, most of the time, Magicians have gotten so good at creating in their heads and manifesting their intent that they forget why they’ve been inventing and seeking results in the first place. Take the time to figure out what your worldview is? What is true for you and what isn’t? What are the concepts that drive how you make decisions? Perhaps it’s time to realign what you do with what you believe. Remember what Henry Wadsworth Longfellow said: ““We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.”

3. Invent Reality

Who better than a Magician to transform reality into something different? Theirs and everyone else’s. When you begin to feel “unmagical,” that’s a good indication that you’ve stopped being proactive and have lapsed into being reactive. Pretend the world is a blank slate and that you can create anything you desire. What would it be? Remember what it used to be like to carve out and design the effects you wanted others to see? You can have that experience again if you simply allow yourself the luxury of seeing the world as a canvas just waiting for you to paint on it, again.

4.  Find a Master Magician to Mentor You

Sometimes we just need a fresh perspective. Albert Einstein once said: “Problems cannot be solved with the same mind set that created them.” The disinterest and boredom you are experiencing were created by you. Can you own that? Can you accept that you have the power to change how you’re feeling? One of the most powerful ways you can transform your own reality and get a fresh start is to find a trusted guide and someone who can advise you on the next, best steps to take. One thing to remember, however, is that the whole world is your teacher. There are signs being shown to you all along the way that are just begging you to listen to what they have to say.

5.  Get Off Your Ass and Just Do Something

When we feel “unmagical,” it’s very easy to let that feeling turn into a habit of boredom. Boredom will kill your dreams, kill your creations, and kill you. Not everyone has to take big, dramatic steps in order to regain their Magic. Many Magicians have just as much power in the small deeds that are done. Large or small, steps forward are progress. When you are feeling “unmagical,” you feel stuck and stalled and obstructed. Choose one goal, right this moment, and, when you’re done reading this, take steps to make that goal happen. You don’t have to manifest the goal today. All you have to do is take passionate action in furtherance of that goal.

6.  Start Thinking About the Legacy You Want to Leave

If the first 5 steps aren’t enough to inspire you, then think about this—everything you do (or don’t do) is creating a testament to the fact that it matters that you lived. Do you inspire others? If not, what can you do to start motivating the world around you? Do you transform others the way you’d like to be transformed? If not, what can you do to help others? Here’s the fascinating thing you might not have already considered—by helping others, first, you ultimately move yourself and your Magic to a higher level.

When you feel “unmagical,” it’s easy to feel alone, isolated, and lost. You are none of those things. You are a Magician and you can make anything happen. These 6 steps are mighty ways to shake you out of your rut and get you back on your magical path.

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . would you like to learn more about living a life filled with happiness and success? Then you’ll find my soon-to-be-released book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, right up your alley. I’d love to send you free updates and fun information as we get closer to the publication date. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://thebookspot.org/mostmagicalsecret

Remember, you can continue this conversation by subscribing to my blog at http://thinkingmagically.com or you joining me on any of the major social media sites to take this discussion to an even deeper level.

© 2015 by Scott Grossberg. All Rights Reserved. thinkingmagically.com

Thinking Magically™ | What Kind of Loser Are You?

“I’ve wanted to win at everything, every day, since I was a kid.
And time doesn’t change a person, it just helps you get a handle on who you are.
Even at age 41, I still hate losing–I’m just more gracious about it.
I’m also aware that setbacks have an upside; they fuel new dreams.”
― Dara Torres, Age Is Just a Number: Achieve Your Dreams at Any Stage in Your Life

I’ve been in the midst of getting ready for trial. Millions of dollars are on the line. More than money, though, is what the thought of losing means for my client on emotional, visceral, and intellectual levels. It is my job to remain calm, disciplined, and focused. It is my job to fully advise my client what winning looks like and, more importantly, what losing looks like. And I have to be prepared to lose the case but not fail my client. It’s not always an easy road. It can get very messy for those involved. Sometimes you need nerves of steel in order to not be sucked into the mire of craziness. That got me to thinking . . . how does a Magician stay calm in the face of potential loss?

“But, Scott, you hate to lose. I’ve heard you say it before. Why are you talking about losing?” you might be thinking.

And you’d be right. I hate to lose. Today’s discussion, however, is not about actually losing. It’s about being prepared to lose. It’s about the Magic that happens when you are fierce about winning while, at the same time, being acutely aware that you might not.

You’ll notice, by the way, that I chose the word “lose” rather than the word “fail.” Every Magician knows that there’s a difference between losing and failing. They are not the same thing. In fact, Simon Sinek once wrote: “There is a difference between losing & failing. Losing reflects the score. Failing reflects your attitude.”

When you are certain of your personal Magic and choose to use that Magic to make your dreams come true, you are assured of two things from the moment you decide to move forward: you are going to pay a price (in time, energy, emotion, money, etc.) and you are skilled to handle what might come your way. That means you cannot fail because of your belief in and feeling about yourself.

Oh, you can still lose. I might not get a desired outcome. But I will never fail myself.

Perhaps this will make it a little clearer—

Not figuring out what you want in life = failure
Not choosing to make what you want in life a reality = failure
Not having passion for the important things that you do = failure

Getting less than everything you think you want = loss
Keeping less than everything you think you need = loss
Making a decision that does not yield the desired outcome = loss

In my upcoming book, “The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life,” I spend some time discussing a sobering thought—we copy failure. We don’t generally copy loss. And we keep copying failure over and over.

Here’s another serious concept—outcomes are always going to happen. We can either choose to let those outcomes happen to us or we can be the Magicians we know ourselves to be and choose to create those outcomes.

So, why should we try when we might lose? Why don’t we do what most of the world does—going through each day just trying to survive the ambitions of others?

Because that would be failure.

And Magicians don’t fail!

There’s no honor in failure.

Magicians are heroic. They are brave enough to chase their dreams. They are bold enough to make those dreams happen. Magicians live a larger-than-life existence. Their thoughts are expansive. Their passions are grand. And their desires are impressive.

I challenge you to take charge of your life and your dreams and your aspirations by being willing to lose but never being willing to fail. From this day forward, I dare you to send your fears and thus your failures scurrying into the night.

Magicians are in a unique position to banish what doesn’t work; to understand loss is a part of Life but to relegate failure to distant memory. Crazy Horse, the Lakota Sioux leader, is reported to have inspired his warriors with the phrase, “Hóka-héy!, Today is a good day to die!” (I know, I know. Some of you think it’s a Klingon saying.)

So, from this day forward can you form such a strong belief and understanding that you can live each moment of Life with confidence and competence? Can you live a life without regret? Can you Say and Do?

The world does not remember what is casual and ordinary.

You are a Magician.

You are a hero.

You are part of the legends that will be told.

Can you be ready to lose so that you can win?

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . would you like to learn more about living the life of a Magician? Then you’ll find my soon-to-be-released book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, interesting. I’d love to send you free updates and fun information as we get closer to the publication date. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://thebookspot.org/mostmagicalsecret

I would love to continue the conversation with you by you subscribing at http://thinkingmagically.com or you joining me on any of the major social media sites to take this discussion to an even deeper level.

© 2015 by Scott Grossberg. All Rights Reserved. thinkingmagically.com

Thinking Magically™ | One of the Most Important Things I Did While Writing My Book

June 7, 2015 2 comments

There is nothing to writing.
All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.
– Ernest Hemingway

This is a very exciting time. I’ve gotten the proof for my new book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, and I’m delighted with how this project is manifesting. Right now, it’s going to be published in both softbound and ebook versions. I believe an audio version will be released, as well.

The really terrific thing about writing this particular book has been the exchange I’ve had with some truly amazing, creative, and incredibly supportive people. But, let me digress for a moment so this all makes more sense.

The Most Magical Secret is all about determining your goals and then making them happen. When I decided to write this book, I decided that I wanted some incredible people to help support it. I’ve written before that Magic happens when you do something, not when you merely think about it. So, I chose to “do” and demonstrate for readers what creating Magic is really all about. There were a few people I already knew and whom I wanted to be part of this project. There were others I had no prior contact with but, because I was a fan of their work, thought that they, too, would be a marvelous fit because of their own books and teachings.

Far too often, we have dreams—grand or otherwise—and then we don’t act on them for fear we will look silly, be denied, or be asked a question we can’t or would prefer not to answer.

Come on, folks. What’s the worse that can happen?

If you don’t take action and ask for what you want, you’re likely going to keep on living your dreams out in your head rather than enjoying those dreams in the real world.

And so, I did my research, found contact information for the people I didn’t already know how to reach, and simply wrote them about my new book. I explained the passion I had. I explained how I wanted to bring Magic back into the world. I explained how I wanted people to have more confidence, feel more delight, and be consumed with a passion for living. Heroes of mine whom I never thought I would have real contact with wrote me back with congratulatory votes of confidence. You’ll get to see some of what they had to say in the first few pages of the book.

But, this isn’t about what they had to say. I’m writing this to let you know that the method I used for making contact with people could have been a book all by itself. I’m living proof that you just have to reach out to others so that they can then reach back to you. I know you might think otherwise, but you’re a best kept secret from the rest of the world. You have to let them know you’re out there.

John Lennon once wrote, “A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” And Friedrich Nietzsche wrote, “Invisible threads are the strongest ties.” The great thing about writing this book is that I have been able to connect with others who dream the same dreams as me and, thus, we now have invisible threads that bind us. There’s nothing quite like a passion project to force you to have the confidence to make the connections that are needed to bring that project to fruition.

Most of us aren’t born confident. Most people have relationships with others that are isolated and sporadic, at best. We don’t want to put ourselves out there where we appear vulnerable. I’m here to tell you that constantly successful magicians don’t have time for such nonsense. From here on out, I dare you to extend yourself and interact with as many people as you can. I challenge you to make connections on purpose not perchance.

Once you start reaching out to others, you’re going to find that, in doing so, you’ve discovered a new form of happiness. In fact, you probably spend precious little time right now doing what actually makes you happy. The key to happiness is, in part, found by focusing your energy and creating new relationships. There’s an old saying, “Variety is the spice of life.” Nothing keeps life quite as interesting as connecting with others.

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life comes out soon. Curious to find out more? I hope so. It’s about creating real Magic in your life. How you can finally know what you want and get it! It’s about designing and enjoying a habit of success. The world needs your Magic. And it turns out that it’s simple to achieve, if you know what to do. Are you ready for a more enchanting life? If you want to find out more, I’d love to send you free updates and fun information as we get closer to the publication date. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://eepurl.com/bk5uO1

I would love to continue the conversation with you by you subscribing at http://thinkingmagically.com or you joining me on any of the major social media sites to take this discussion to an even deeper level.

© 2015 by Scott Grossberg. All Rights Reserved. thinkingmagically.com

Thinking Magically™ | How Much of Your Magic is Emotionally Engaging?

Passion is the highest level of emotional engagement.
Passionate customers can’t imagine a world without the brand, service, or product,
and they would rather go without than switch to a competitor.
Passionate customers want to feel like they receive individualized service,
or even that they are the only customers of the brand.
Passionate customers are the most valuable of all to your organization,
and they should be recognized as such.
– Tom Rieger, Gallup Business Journal

Every magician worth their salt knows that how others interact, react, and respond to one’s magic is indispensable to manifesting lasting results. In fact, consider for a moment what magic would be like if you were only manifesting an outcome for yourself. Ultimately, that’s not very satisfying. To put it another way, being a magician is as much about managing other people’s emotions and experiences as anything else.

When interacting with others, you might want to keep in mind that we have moved beyond people merely assessing the features and benefits of our skills, abilities, talents, and creativity. Now, we have the people we interact with asking things like:

Does [fill in your name here] do what he/she says he/she says he/she will do?

Does [fill in your name here] make me feel better?

Does [fill in your name here]’s magic represent my vision of the world?

Does [fill in your name here] make me proud and excited to be associated with him/her?

SAY AND DO

How often do you hear people make a promise and then they fail to fulfill that commitment? We want to be secure in the relationships that we build and be able to rely on what we are told. If you want to really make a difference in someone’s life, keep your promises. Be their go-to guy or gal. Show others that there is no difference between their beliefs about you and their experience with you.

MAKE THEM FEEL BETTER

Most people go through life afraid of something. Whether their fear is rational or not is irrelevant to what a magician does. Your job, among others, is to listen to someone, zero in on what pain is driving them, and then to reassure them, relieve them of that pain (if only for a short time), or reach them on such a deep level that they are spurred to a better course of action.

CREATE MAGIC THEY CAN BELIEVE IN

People bring all of the stories they have told themselves with them when they see you. They measure your outcomes, successes, and goals against their personal experience. Belief is a funny thing. It’s less about knowing and more about a “feeling.” Many—if not all—beliefs are grounded on first impressions and bolstered by some random event that seems to confirm that first impression. You have an image that either supports a belief in the magic that you do or you have an image that exposes you as a fraud. Be authentic. Have integrity. And give others something they can believe in.

MAKE THEM PROUD

The top brands in the world know that their customers use, consume, and display their products because, on one level or another, that product already is or is quickly becoming a reflection of the customer. Just take a moment and think about the branding and positioning of great companies like Apple, Google, Starbucks, and Disney. Reflect on what companies like this do to make their patrons proud of being at, using, and telling others about their business. It all begins, of course, with you being proud of your own magic in the first place.

Would you like to start creating magic that is emotionally engaging? Here are 4 steps to take right now . . .

1.  Give first, take second. Ask yourself what you would give back to others (your immediate community, your friends, your loved ones, the world) if you got everything you wanted. Then start giving that back right now. All too often we say to ourselves, “I’ll do this when I get that.” Here’s a magical mind-shift for you. Start saying, “I’m giving this now whether I get that or not.”

2. Choose your friends wisely. You’re running out of time to manifest your dreams. You always have been. We let far too many people waste our heartbeats and take up our time. Start to examine those friends who support you and keep you motivated as opposed to those who suck the life out of your magic. My guess is that you spend more time on those who are psychic vampires than on those who are spiritual cheerleaders for you.

3.  Stop being a doormat. Most people have a line they draw only to let that line move and shift when actually faced with a conflict or difficult choice. Further, most others become emotionally and physically challenged when confronted with the wishes, demands, and desires of others. Start asserting yourself. Start drawing firm lines in the sand. Start setting personal boundaries.

4.  Start being mindful. Consistently successful magicians are attentive to themselves. They know what they need to be happy, encouraged, excited, and entertained. They don’t need to draw distinctions between work and play because they understand that each moment is a chance to define who they are—whether at the office or at home or out in the world.
You’ll notice that these 4 steps are all about you. That’s because getting you emotionally engaged in yourself is the first step to making your magic emotionally engaging for others. Now . . . Go out and share your magic!

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . Would you like to learn more about the concept of Saying and Doing? My soon-to-be-released book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life will answer your questions and give you a strategy to implement right away. I’d love to send you free updates and fun information. The release is only a month away. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://thebookspot.org/mostmagicalsecret

We can also continue the conversation by you joining me on any of the major social media sites to take this discussion to an even deeper level.

© 2015 by Scott Grossberg. All Rights Reserved. thinkingmagically.com

Thinking Magically™ | This is How I Bring Magic to the World . . . You Can, Too

Someone needs to tell those tales. . . . There’s magic in that. It’s in the listener, and for each and every ear it will be different, and it will affect them in ways they can never predict. From the mundane to the profound. You may tell a tale that takes up residence in someone’s soul, becomes their blood and self and purpose. That tale will move them and drive them and who knows what they might do because of it, because of your words. That is your role, your gift.
—Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus

I am a magician. What you are about to read is a small sampling of how I bring my magic into the world. What you are about to read also served as a jumping off point for my forthcoming book (it will be out in July).

I create and transform and have fun.

I entertain people with illusion so they remember what a smile is all about and can then recall that smile at any time. I enlighten them with stories so they come to a deep understanding about themselves and the world they have created. I embolden them with charms so that they feel better about themselves and what they’re going to accomplish. I inspire them by showing that the impossible can be done so that they redefine the limitations they’ve put on themselves. I manifest real results so they have something to model should they want the same thing.

I’ve carefully chosen to only do magical work and only work with magical people because I recognized long ago that I want to live in a world where that type of work and those type of people are honored, outcomes are deserved, and transformation is something that is embraced rather than to be feared.

I see and hear from so many people who ignore their deep-seated and truthfully-felt callings and thus live their lives working for and under others. I constantly dare them to live the life of their dreams. I constantly challenge them to define what happiness means. I constantly invite them to be . . . magical.

Let me do the same for you today with the following questions:

What are your most cherished ambitions, desires, and dreams?

If you could sit down and ask the wisest person you know only one question, what would it be?

Why are you continually wishing but rarely having?

When are you finally going to live a life of happiness (because you’re running out of time)?

Look back over your answers to these questions.

Don’t you think it’s time to stop refusing your own magic—
your own ability to choose how and when and where and why you do and think things?

Can you look at the answers that you’ve written and surrender to the person you are really meant to be?
Imagine what a world filled with your own personal magic would look like, feel like, be like. I want that for you.

If you want that type of magic in your life . . . I have some suggestions for you.  Because this is your life and you should live it the way you want to.

STEP ONE.
FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WOULD GIVE IN ORDER TO HAVE A LIFE OF REAL MAGIC.
THEN START GIVING THAT NOW.
RIGHT NOW.

STEP TWO.
ONCE YOU START GIVING,
CREATE SOME WAY THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO SHARE, AS WELL.

MAGIC IS ALWAYS ABOUT CONNECTING WITH OTHERS.

STEP THREE.
REAL MAGIC IS ABOUT DOING.
START DOING.
EVERY DAY.

One upon a time, magic was an open and integral part of mankind. Everything was possible. Opportunities were endless. My blog posts are full of ideas and inspiration and encouragement for you. Take any of these bits and pieces and create your great magical story.

But—be warned—there is no turning back once you choose a life of magic. You will have a different status. You will have a different mindset. You will have more confidence and more creativity and more connection with your source. You will be treated differently.

I invite you to join me in remembering what it’s like to be magical, and recreating what it’s like to do magic, and becoming the embodiment of magic, itself. To put it another way, I’m asking you to celebrate the power of choice and new beginnings and powerful outcomes with me.

Everyone deserves to live a life of abundance.

Each of you deserves to feast and be filled on what the Universe has to offer.

Each of you is worthy. You don’t have to suffer.

Go ahead. Get lost in your magic.

The-Most-Magical-Secret-Cover-3dOne More Thing . . . Would you like to learn more about choosing a life of Magic? Then you’ll find my soon-to-be-released book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, interesting. I’d love to send you free updates and fun information as we get closer to the publication date. To receive your very own Most Magical Secret updates and be notified when it goes on sale, click here >>> http://thebookspot.org/mostmagicalsecret

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