This week from My Life Sherpa: Klarity

Happiness is a chosen lifestyle.  It is an internal decision that can be made by any of us at any time. We often get confused and wait back for happiness to find us, thinking it is the result of something externally.  There is nothing wrong with us wanting more for ourselves and families, but it doesn’t mean we have to experience less of life’s treasures in the interim.  The more joy you put out to the world, the more you’ll receive.   

Changing our lives for the better simply takes more deliberate thinking with a renewed focus on the things in life that carry real value. Klarity has power and introduces us to the phenomenon of manifestation . What we really want…we always get. Manifestation creates an amazing pull.  The key however is going inside ourselves and really finding what it is we really want. We must find our Klarity.

Massive change is usually the result of  desperation or inspiration…and inspiration a much better route, I’ve tested both.

The more we can see and feel our dream future, the greater the pull we’ll experience. Somehow, it amazingly becomes easy. We fall in love with the process, not the result. The pull of our future must always be greater than the pull of our past. It’s ok to dream. 

See, to be extraordinary all we need to do are the ordinary things…extraordinarily well. As a good friend of mine used to say, “we just need to block and tackle”.  Simple, but such great advice.  

Be extraordinarily this week by crushing the ordinary things: know what you want, follow what gives you energy, and focus on what’s right in front of you.  

Find your Klarity.

Make it a great week.

– matt 

Klarity Lifestyle Company

“Simple Living for Complex People”

Matt Miller
Author: Matt Miller

Matt Miller has done many things in his young addition to just surviving. In 2002, Matt left behind person he once was as his life was suddenly changed forever by a horrendous mountain climbing accident. Diving for his falling father, Matt fell over 4,000 feet before miraculously stopping just short of the ragid cliffs. Through a night of survival and pain, Matt persevered but lost most of his fingers and toes as a result from frostbite. Matt does everything from public speaking, one-on-one consulting, firm strategy, as well as company retreat facilitation. With a seasoned investment background and passion for educating the investment world, Matt also can't resist sharing his comments from time to time on markets. Matt is also an avid runner, successfully completing over 10 marathons without his toes! He is 38 and resides in Phoenix, Arizona.

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