Guy Monroe is my singing coach. I love working with him. He’s plugged in, tapped in, turned on, and a wizard at teaching vocal mastery.
Recently we were enjoying his magic coffee before my singing lesson began when he asked about my activities. I rattled off a few things I was doing that week —
– released my 51st book 1,800 Conversion Secrets
– appeared in my 15th movie The Meta-Secret
– did back to back radio shows
– negotiated deals for new audio products
– set up a radio campaign for Attract Money Now
– did a two hour photo shoot with my new car
– prepared for Unseminar 8.
– prepped for overseas travel to speak in Poland
– continued guitar lessons with Mathew Dixon
– found time to read new books
– found time to write new blog posts
– did Miracles Coaching call
– dealt with my mom going in the hospital, an elderly kitty slowly dying, etc.
That’s just some of the things I was doing that week.
Of course, I added that I made time for meditation, reflection, cigar smoking, hot tubbing, masterminding, and more.
Guy’s eyes looked HUGE as he took in my inventory of activities.
“What’s the secret to getting all these results?” he asked.
“I don’t do all of this at the same time,” I explained.
“Right now I’m talking to you and having coffee,” I added. “That’s what this moment calls for. In the next moment I’ll be in your sound booth and singing. After that I’ll drive my space-ship Spyker home. When I get home, there will be something in that moment to do. By living in each moment, things get done.”
Guy nodded. He’s a brilliant teacher and a high-energy dynamo, so I knew he understood.
I added, “It’s when you think about all the stuff you want to do that it gets overwhelming. When you stop and breathe and relax and just do what’s in this moment to do, all is well.”
What’s in this moment for you to do?
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