Episode 18: Special Remembrance Day Edition

This episode originally aired November 11, 2013

This Week's Episode: Being For Something And Against Nothing

A time in which, despite our deadlines, mergers and quandaries of how to position ourselves in business, can bring each of us back to the heart of peace. There is a promise inside the action of peace that simply doesn’t exist in the fight against anything. When you remember those that did fight, that felt their contribution worthy and noble by forcibly suppressing ‘the other’ for the betterment of a Nation, how does this impact your leadership mindset?

Does the recognition of loss or sacrifice in your war, stir in you a feeling of justice, or does it reveal a deep desire to do things differently? Do you ask yourself how is it possible to succeed in a competitive world and at the same time ensure your leadership promotes the highest return on personal investment for all? Remembrance Day. An invitation to call forward your true capacity and relinquish the part you play in upholding a tired corporate myth that promotes divide and conquer - that in order to win, someone must lose. Peace and justice for all already exists in the field of potential, does it exist in you?

Join us Monday and shift your perspective on some common leadership challenges in the corporate world of today.

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Excerpt from "Be For Something and Against Nothing"

Does the recognition of loss or sacrifice in your war, stir in you a feeling of justice, or does it reveal a deep desire to do things differently? Do you ask yourself how is it possible to succeed in a competitive world and at the same time ensure your leadership promotes the highest return on personal investment for all? Peace and justice for all already exists in the field of pure potential, does it exist in you?

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MY CONTRIBUTION

In support of the action taken through this program towards creating a new corporate humanity.

"The law of reciprocity is always moving itself invisibly about to ensure the equal return to its investor of that which has been invested. What are you investing in your thought, word, attitude and deed? Is it self serving alone? Or is it an opportunity for the betterment of the whole in which you are an equal part? Not being equal doesn’t mean average."

From Special Remembrance Day Episode: “Be For Something and Against Nothing.”
"Those war veterans that are among the fallen played a win-win game and therefore, did not lose. The win was in standing for peace with their lives, albeit by going to war. Nor have you lost in those places where you have fallen (short) of your expectation or vision, save your habit to keep yourselves captive in self-debasement and denial. May we become the heart of peace, provoking within us and others the gratitude and reverence in being free."

From Special Remembrance Day Episode: “Be For Something and Against Nothing.”

What is a Spiritual Economy?

An economy that is grown from and sustained by consciously created best business practices, resulting in the highest good for all. Best business practices that implement universal principles maintaining a belief in the highest truth of all people, all Life and to develop visions and missions for organizations and industries that advocate equitable opportunities for expression, advancement and prosperous return. An economy that changes the ‘faces’ in business to tell a new story, born of personal, universal order and sufficiency; a new perspective from which grows a spirit of generosity, compassion and inclusion.

The foundation of a spiritual economy is created from these universal truths:

· We live in an intelligent spiritual universe.
· The universe is a unified whole.
· There is nothing that needs to be fixed or healed, only something to be revealed – by means of us.
· Born within each individual, irrespective of their cosmology is the same creative intelligence, ability and desire to create lives of their choosing.
· The Universe is Abundant, there is infinite supply and therefore enough for all.
· We have direct access to our infinite good.
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