?> November 2009 - E out of Ego
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Archive for November, 2009

E Out of Ego Daily Insight – Thanksgiving

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

We spend a fair amount of time reminding our egos to look at what we have accomplished.  We remind ourselves at Thanksgiving  to appreciate our riches, friends and lifestyle.  Go ahead and savor our blessings, as we share them with others. We are grate-ful and great-full.

Go Power Point of the Week

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

go power pointGo Power Point 13: 

When you allow others to make the decision that’s right for them without coercion or guilt, you not only honor them but also set the stage for a later win-win payoff.

Take the E out of Ego and GO!  by Jerry and Donna Govan

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E Out of Ego Daily Insight

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Football season:  Someone always has to win.  To be a winner in life you only have to win 51% of the time.  So don’t keep score, just keep moving!

E Out of Ego Daily Insight – Help & Healing

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Confidence.  Is there any other power that is easier than letting go of the past and allowing our natural belief in ourself to express?  Really, we go like the wind if there is no thought in front of us as an obstacle.

E out of Ego Daily Insight

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

When you leave your ego on the sidelines and work with your team as a group, you are a winner no matter the outcome of the game.

Relationships and healing

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

It struck me today how not taking the “bull by the horns” can leave room for less than positive events to emerge.  So many times we know what action we need to take for healing, but we let it slide.  Maybe we are hesitant to cause pressure in a relationship.  The news is, that by not stopping and “drawing a line in the sand” – saying that we can and will find a better solution TODAY, we end up letting the error thinking grow.

Our chiropractor commented on how many more cancer patients are coming in.  So often dis-ease is a result of this very matter.  Making a daily change in any area that gives persistent irritation has really helped us keep our relationship on a positive and healed basis.

How do you keep your relationships in balance and positive?