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086 | Mentor Teacher | The Thrive Factor Book Series

The Thrive Factor Book Series Mentor Teacher Business Marketing Coach Shannon Bush Julie Gibbons Tractor Girl Sarah Thomson Online Social Butterfly Ricci Jane Adama Institute for Intuitive Intelligence Podcast

086 |The Mentor Teacher Thrive Factor

Welcome to the Law of Effortlessness Podcast with Amazon-Best-Selling Author and #businessyoda, Shannon Bush!

Today Shannon introduces you to the Mentor Teacher Thrive Factor Archetypes, strap in because Mentor Teachers have a to to say and so this episode is longer than usual!

Mentor Teachers are here on this earth to Mentor, and Teach and not just in the realms of gaining qualifications. They are always on the lookout for new things to learn in books, courses, podcasts. They are the researchers of the world and pride themselves on what they know. She has moments of being a smarty-pants, can be a bit of a know-it-all, and is incredibly wise. Often, the Mentor Teacher especially as a young woman or girl has interactions with people older than her who indicate she shouldn’t know something yet, or she is too young to know anything causing her to doubt her own knowledge and wisdom.

Shannon is joined today by three incredible Mentor Teachers, Dr. Ricci Jane Adams, Julie Gibbons and Sarah Thomson.

Dr. Ricci Jane Adama is the founder and Principal of the Institute of Intuitive Intelligence (you can find her on pages 136 and 137 of The Thrive Factor Book). Dr. Ricci Jane first met her Archetypes two years ago, describing it as a very powerful, pivotal moment for her, meeting the Liberator Engineer, Inspirer Believer, Shapeshifter Alchemist and of course, the Mentor Teacher.  Ricci shares her vision of bringing regulation to the word of Intuitive Services in the same way regulations guide Universities and schools, and meeting her Mentor Teacher gave her permission to bring her vision together, and manifest it in the real world.

Sarah Thomson from Online Social Butterfly joins Shannon, and how she first met Shannon five years ago and then began coaching with her. Sarah shares her archetypes of Mentor Teacher, Pioneer Seeker and Inspirer Believer and how during her profiling session, she cried realizing all the things she thought were her weaknesses were actually her greatest strengths. Sarah shares how she has a tough time not signing up for courses and constantly learning, especially with a fear that she does not know enough. Sarah also shares one tip that’s worked very well for her – that will with every hour of learning she has to spend two hours implementing (Find Sarah on page 135)

You’ll also hear from Julie Gibbons, former University, TAFE and High School lecturer and the owner of Tractor Girl who teachers makers and crafters to present themselves better online. Julie shares how she was in Mentor Teacher heaven by being paid to research branding, and now teaches branding. Julie chats about self-doubt being a challenge

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“I have to be careful because my Liberator Engineer comes in and wants to add all the new things I’ve learned and change the curriculum!” – Dr. Ricci Jane Adams

“If you don’t take the time, you won’t know what is genuinely yours.” R. Ricci Jane Adams

“Find the space that feels effortless. It’s the easiest way, find the space where you bring your Mentor Teacher to life.” – Sarah Thomson

“There are so many beautiful things in the world, my Inspirer Believer is is very happy to see them.” – Julie Gibbons

“You don’t have to know everything to be an authority, you just have to know enough.” – Julie Gibbons

Connect with the Mentor Teachers here:

Dr. Ricci Jane Adams can be found on her website

Branding Mentor Julie Gibbons can be found on her website and Facebook.

Marketing Expert Sarah Thomson can be found on her website here.

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LOE 083 | Business and Life on Your Terms | The Thrive Factor Book Series w/ Aesha Kennedy

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Creative Possibility

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Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

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Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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You’ll also hear Aesha talk about how she never considered herself a Teacher, and it took some time for her to embrace the Mentor Teacher part of herself as coming from a deeper place inside herself. As a Mediator Diplomat Thrive Factor Archetype, Aesha also learned what this meant to her: as a balance to her creative flow, embracing and expressing self-care and nourishment of the mind, body and soul.

Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Aesha shares how at first, this didn’t make a lot of sense to her but once she learned more deeply about this side of herself it all clicked and she identified strongly with “The Muse.” She also began to see how this showed up for her – when she was off-balance she noticed she was usually uninspired and not her usual creative self, and so made changes to keep herself inspired and full of new ideas and creative possibilities.

You’ll also hear Aesha talk about how she never considered herself a Teacher, and it took some time for her to embrace the Mentor Teacher part of herself as coming from a deeper place inside herself. As a Mediator Diplomat Thrive Factor Archetype, Aesha also learned what this meant to her: as a balance to her creative flow, embracing and expressing self-care and nourishment of the mind, body and soul.

Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Shannon and Aesha talk about how they met at the Artful Business Conference some years before and re-connected in 2018 in Tuscany, Italy on a retreat together during a workshop Shannon gave at the Intuition Intelligence Symposium before discussing the other Thrive Factor Archetypes present for Aesha, including the Inspirer Believer.

Aesha shares how at first, this didn’t make a lot of sense to her but once she learned more deeply about this side of herself it all clicked and she identified strongly with “The Muse.” She also began to see how this showed up for her – when she was off-balance she noticed she was usually uninspired and not her usual creative self, and so made changes to keep herself inspired and full of new ideas and creative possibilities.

You’ll also hear Aesha talk about how she never considered herself a Teacher, and it took some time for her to embrace the Mentor Teacher part of herself as coming from a deeper place inside herself. As a Mediator Diplomat Thrive Factor Archetype, Aesha also learned what this meant to her: as a balance to her creative flow, embracing and expressing self-care and nourishment of the mind, body and soul.

Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Aesha is a Shapeshifter Alchemist and embraces this part of herself by teaching Yoga and Meditation, running beautiful retreats in Bali, and Mentoring women to embrace their creative selves. Aesha shares how looking at this thrive factor archetype, made it clear to her confusing it could be for others to know what it is she does, and how for a long time she believed something was wrong and not working until her profiling session with Shannon.

Shannon and Aesha talk about how they met at the Artful Business Conference some years before and re-connected in 2018 in Tuscany, Italy on a retreat together during a workshop Shannon gave at the Intuition Intelligence Symposium before discussing the other Thrive Factor Archetypes present for Aesha, including the Inspirer Believer.

Aesha shares how at first, this didn’t make a lot of sense to her but once she learned more deeply about this side of herself it all clicked and she identified strongly with “The Muse.” She also began to see how this showed up for her – when she was off-balance she noticed she was usually uninspired and not her usual creative self, and so made changes to keep herself inspired and full of new ideas and creative possibilities.

You’ll also hear Aesha talk about how she never considered herself a Teacher, and it took some time for her to embrace the Mentor Teacher part of herself as coming from a deeper place inside herself. As a Mediator Diplomat Thrive Factor Archetype, Aesha also learned what this meant to her: as a balance to her creative flow, embracing and expressing self-care and nourishment of the mind, body and soul.

Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

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Law of Effortlessness Episode 083 |The Thrive Factor Book Series with Creativity Coach Aesha Kennedy

Welcome to episode 083 of the Law of Effotlessness Podcast with Amazon Bestselling Author, Shannon Bush and Creativity Coach and Spiritual Mentor, Aesha Kennedy.

Aesha is a Shapeshifter Alchemist and embraces this part of herself by teaching Yoga and Meditation, running beautiful retreats in Bali, and Mentoring women to embrace their creative selves. Aesha shares how looking at this thrive factor archetype, made it clear to her confusing it could be for others to know what it is she does, and how for a long time she believed something was wrong and not working until her profiling session with Shannon.

Shannon and Aesha talk about how they met at the Artful Business Conference some years before and re-connected in 2018 in Tuscany, Italy on a retreat together during a workshop Shannon gave at the Intuition Intelligence Symposium before discussing the other Thrive Factor Archetypes present for Aesha, including the Inspirer Believer.

Aesha shares how at first, this didn’t make a lot of sense to her but once she learned more deeply about this side of herself it all clicked and she identified strongly with “The Muse.” She also began to see how this showed up for her – when she was off-balance she noticed she was usually uninspired and not her usual creative self, and so made changes to keep herself inspired and full of new ideas and creative possibilities.

You’ll also hear Aesha talk about how she never considered herself a Teacher, and it took some time for her to embrace the Mentor Teacher part of herself as coming from a deeper place inside herself. As a Mediator Diplomat Thrive Factor Archetype, Aesha also learned what this meant to her: as a balance to her creative flow, embracing and expressing self-care and nourishment of the mind, body and soul.

Shannon also asks about the challenges Aesha experiences, including her patience in waiting for an invitation to share her ideas rather than be the first in there and overwhelming her audience. This is exacerbated by the challenge of the Mentor Teacher, who is driven to share all her knowledge but can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of gained learning and the desire to share great value. Aesha shares how she almost threw away her online business because it felt so hard, but meeting her archetypes supported her to embrace doing business on her own terms, in her own way that worked best for her.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“The Shapeshifter Alchemist is a beautiful Archetype for artists.” – Aesha

“I didn’t have a lot of balance in my 20’s and 30’s. I burned out a lot.” – Aesha

“I don’t have to be perfect, I just have to nourish myself.” – Aesha

“I could feel myself burning out because I was trying to be visible all the time. I just have to honour consistency on my terms.” – Aesha

Connect with Aesha in These Cool Places:

www.aeshakennedy.com

Brilliant Misfits Podcast

Listen to Aesha’s previous episode on LOE Here:

Find Out More About The Thrive Factor Book Here

www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au

Connect with Shannon in These Cool Places:

Totally Thriving Digital Business Magazine

www.totallythrivingmag.com

Creative Possibility

www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business

The Mentor Teacher

Mentor Teacher

The Innate Potential Model has at its core 12 archetypal Personal Leadership types featured in the international best selling book Personal Leadership Style: How To Lead Your Life With Effortless Happiness, Confidence And Purpose

The key message and personal leadership lesson of the Mentor Teacher is ‘sharing and inspiring knowledge for everyone’ Mentor Teacher

Your key innate strengths are

  • An ability to effortlessly communicate knowledge, experience, skill and wisdom to others, even if this is something that you have not necessarily learned in a traditional setting like at school or university
  • You represent the nature of the divine in life and in yourself and are able to show others how to achieve the same
  • Have a natural gift for passing on wisdom and guiding and refining a students character in a way that brings out their best, supporting them to shine their brilliance in the world, authentically and completely
  • You are gifted with innate, ancient wisdom and you can see all parts of the journey and can guide others to take a path that’s right for them, based on their acquisition of knowledge, skill, experience and through trust of their own wisdom
  • You give of your knowledge freely and easily and compulsively
  • Often sought out to teach others, even if you don’t recognise yourself as a literal teacher.  Your role as teacher, guide and mentor may manifest as parental guidance, in business or the arts, or even by inspired instruction and demonstration of authenticity, the ethics and kindness
  • You instantly attract others who are seeking to learn their own valuable life lessons and often without even knowing it you are able to share something with them that enables them to learn the lesson they are ready to learn at the time and to uncover their own truths