They’re completely efficient in getting what they want.
They never set up unnecessary road blocks for themselves.
Neither do dogs, monkeys, elephants, or sand gnats for that matter.
But especially cats.
If you look at them – even for a little while – you’ll see how they get the biggest bang for their buck.
I see it in Tiger, that 16 pound house guest that’s been with us for the past ten years or so.
(Yeah, that’s him in the picture above.)
He lies around. When he wants to go somewhere he finds the shortest path to it.
When he wants to get out of a sticky situation, he bends and contorts his body in the most amazing ways (even in middle age).
And if he has to defend himself, he gives a warning. The claws come out. He hisses.
And if need be, he strikes.
No false posturing. No ego.
He only does what he’s gotta do.
And when it’s over he finds himself the most comfortable spot available and chills out.
I don’t do that.
I take some very inefficient routes toward solving my problems.
So do you.
So does every human.
Difference is, we are supposed to create problems for ourselves.
It’s our unique human condition.
It’s called GROWTH.
We create problems, then we go about fixing them.
And that thing about my taking inefficient ways of fixing them…
It’s only partially true.
Over the past few years I’ve gotten very good at taking more direct routes to solutions.
And I’ve gotten very good at helping others do the same.
I’ve done it by working one on one with people.
And I’ve done it through classes.
I’m doing it right now by producing HOW TO RECEIVE.
It’s why I’ve got more money than I’ve ever had before…even during a recession.
It’s why I’ve got better health now, even at a time my body is supposed to decline.
It’s why my life is blessed by strong, loving, fun relationships.
It’s why I’ve got a core of peace.
Not because I’m a special person with superpowers.
It’s because I’ve figured out how to get good at getting out of my own way.
And every problem that crosses my path is a blessing…
A way to grow, and get more good stuff.
It’s a really cool journey.
Stick with me. I’ve got more great stuff to share.