So I met a lady last night who reminded me that #TheSecret is working.
First she said to me, “Yvie, you have to love yourself. You have to love yourself first before anything great can happen in your life.”

Then she asked me what was I doing to make her interested in what I have to say…at first I thought she meant where and how was I being coached on public speaking.
Then as she asked more questions I realised she wanted to know how I was building up my ‘energy’, which was what she was absorbing.
I explained that since getting involved with my Arbonne business I have been on a huge development curve; reading, reading, reading, listening to audible, more reading. I’ve been taking self-development and philosophy lessons from the recent masters such as Jack Canfield, Jim Rohn, Eric Worre, Stephen Covey, Les Brown, Jeff Olson, Tony Robbins, and Dr Ro. as well as the old ones such as Napoleon Hill. I stopped myself at mentioning The Secret because it has only been a few days since I listened to it all, and have only recently started to apply it.

Then she said to me, “Do you know The Secret?”

And I pretty much fell off my chair.

We spent some time discussing it, she has known about The Secret for over thirty years, before Rhonda Byrne’s film was released, and knows people who know it, and apply it.
She finished with what can best be described as her ‘third eye reading’.
As she told me that she can see that I have a strong future and great and wonderful things are going to happen, inside I nodded, because I already know.
I know because I’ve learnt to love myself. I’m not talking about being conceited. By working on myself physically and emotionally, and my philosophy, I am better able to build up my self-belief, my confidence, my understanding of the world and my place within it, and to serve others.
With hindsight, I wish I’d come across Arbonne and this philosophy journey years ago. How different would the my former career in the police have been?!
But then, had it not all turned to rubble, I probably wouldn’t have accepted any need to build myself back up again, working on my mental health, my nutrition, my skin, and most importantly, my philosophy.
To quote Jim Rohn:
“I’ll work on myself, for you, if you can work on yourself, for me” ❤

And BOOM!
Insanity workout before the kids were up this morning 🙂

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