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Go Power Point of the Week

Saturday, December 26th, 2009

go power pointGo Power Point #2: 

To eliminate emotions, use the preference technique.  Outwardly express your preference or say it mentally.  This makes it easier to create win-win situations.

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

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Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Warm wishes for a meaningful and loving Holiday Season to you and your family!

Just like in all sports – if we leave our ego at the door – (out in the cold) – there is so much more room for warmth and true joy!  We look forward to a powerful and expansive season of leaving the past in the past and seeing all dreams come true in a fresh new year!  Donna & Jerry

E Out of Ego Daily Insight – Setting Goals for the New Year

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

We have been reviewing our past year and setting new goals.  We have had such a powerful year, especially revolving around tremendous new people and building so many new relationships.  As we expand and focus our goals for 2010, we continue to put that emphasis on continuing and building fulfilling, win-win relationships!  We are excited! It helps to increase confidence and expand more and more positive relationships.

E Out of Ego Daily Insight – Holiday Joy!

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

What gives you joy this holiday season?  With the joy of expanding into our potential, the ego just can’t stop us!  It’s just plain easy to be ego free when thinking of a friend and what they would love for a present!  By the way, our book is that kind of insightful, fun, inexpensive, un-expected – present!

E Out of Ego Daily Insight – Trust Yourself

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Rosa Parks is arrested for refusing to give up her her seat in the front section  of a bus.  If she was following the social standards of the times, that would have been pretty egotistical for an African American woman to do such an action.  But in that case, perhaps she was simply trusting herself that she felt good about it and did what she felt.  Sometimes it does take a lot of guts to trust ourself and it can even look like being egotistical if we stand out from others.  Trusting yourself means a healthy, balanced ego, which is not egotistical.