Todo lo que he leído, aprendido y escuchado sobre emprendimiento, negocios y equipos ordenado en cuatro puntos.

Este escrito nació de mi necesidad de aglutinar todo el conocimiento que he logrado acumular en más de 10 años de estudio y mostrar cómo puedo apoyar y acompañar a los distintos emprendedores y empresas, mediante la aplicación de este contenido.

1. Diagnóstico, Intereses y Drivers

Diagrama creado por Tomás Gauthier, Gather.Company Framework.

Para llevar a cabo cualquier proceso de transformación, es necesario establecer un punto de partida. Además de lo anterior, identificar los intereses y motivadores que subyacen.

The Gather.Company Framework, utiliza el modelo de la Ontología del Lenguaje para establecer el observador actual que están siendo cada uno de los integrantes del equipo. Esto nos llevará a definir estados de ánimo, disposiciones al movimiento, juicios maestros, entre otros y determinar cómo afectan en el diario vivir en la organización.

A su vez, lo anterior nos permitirá establecer el contexto en el cual se desenvuelve el equipo, las potencialidades y oportunidades de mejora que se presentan.

2. Transformación Individual y de Equipo

Diagrama creado por Tomás Gauthier, The Gather.Compay Framework.

La transformación ocurre de inmediato. Al momento de integrarnos como grupo y establecer relaciones, se generan cambios muy poderosos.

A partir de lo anterior, es que en esta etapa compararemos el baseline con lo obtenido en el proceso. Afinaremos detalles y comprenderemos que la transformación, en tanto incorporamos al SER al contexto organizacional, era inevitable.

Mediremos el impacto, definiremos los pasos a seguir y estableceremos las medidas de corrección y control, basados en el diseño de acciones.

Este proceso será continuo. Amplificaremos el impacto y llevaremos lo aprendido al resto de nuestros colaboradores.

Seremos el cambio.

3. Diseño de Acciones y Actividades

Diagrama creado por Tomás Gauthier, The Gather.Company Framework.

En la etapa de diseño de acciones, definiremos el marco para la creación de las nuevas acciones y actividades disponibles, a partir, de la incorporación de quiénes son los integrantes de los equipos.

Este es un paso importantísimo en la estructuración de un “nuevo” equipo de trabajo. Al ser un sistema, cada uno de los integrantes es parte fundamental -con sus habilidades y deficiencias-.

Las acciones y actividades, serán el vehículo para materializar, manifestar y experimentar con las nuevas posibilidades, para finalmente medir y controlar las mejoras logradas en la gestión.

4. Modelo de Desarrollo de Negocios

Metodología Lean Startup, Eric Ries. Diagrama creado por Tomás Gauthier, The Gather.Company Framework.

En la etapa de salida al mercado y desarrollo de negocios, es necesario, luego de todo el proceso de descubrimiento del ser, desarrollo individual y diseño de actividades, descubrir y validar a nuestros clientes. Lo anterior con el objetivo de establecer los parámetros básicos de relacionamiento.

Este proceso es vital para la sostenibilidad de cualquier proyecto como negocio.

Utilizando el modelo LEAN para Startups, entendemos que Construir, Medir y Aprender de las experiencias con los clientes es esencial para generar vínculos y finalmente, Gather Company o convocar compañía.

Finalmente, si unimos todas las partes, obtenemos un modelo que nos da luces respecto a los elementos centrales en cuanto a la realización de un nuevo emprendimiento.

Es a través de lo anterior que, The Gather.Company Framework puede ayudarte a utilizar tu propio potencial y así mejorar tu desempeño y el de tu equipo.

The Gather.Company Framework

¡Importante! No hay referencias explícitas a ciertos autores y/o modelos, salvo LEAN Startup de Eric Ries. Cabe destacar que la Ontología del Lenguaje se utiliza en torno al Coaching Ontológico y el concepto de Design Thinking lo utilizo para reflejar pensamiento fuera de lo común al momento de realizar actividades de creación, definición y planificación.

No me atribuyo la creación de ninguno de estos modelos; esto es solo un nuevo ordenamiento.


A veces, la historia de otro nos conecta con la nuestra. Aquí les cuento la mía.

Muchas personas en mi vida me han dicho que puedo entregar más; que puedo ser más. Que me estoy perdiendo. Que con mi inteligencia y mis ideas debería estar en otro lugar. Que les gustaría que hiciera tal o cual cosa. Que no se nota mi esfuerzo y que podría hacer todo de otra manera, si confiara más en mí.

En primera instancia, me surge la necesidad de defenderme, de establecer que doy lo que más puedo y que tengo claras mis falencias; que no necesito a nadie que me las repita una y otra vez, y por su puesto, la falta el apoyo de mi entorno. Que no puedo solo, pero que tampoco sé en quien apoyarme. Al fin y al cabo, explicaciones.

Sin perjuicio de lo anterior, hace varios años me he estado replanteando todas estas frases y concepciones, tanto personales, como de terceros, en relación a mi manera de enfrentar la vida. Y debo decir lo siguiente: cambié. Ya no soy el mismo que era hace un segundo atrás y menos el que era hace 3 años atrás. Ha sido mi responsabilidad no dar aviso de mis nuevas fantasías y sueños, como también de mis nuevas necesidades y proyectos.

Tengo dificultades para tomar decisiones. Me entrampo entre mis ganas y mis excusas para no fallar. Así como también, cuando he logrado superar dichos miedos, puedo encauzar mi camino hacia el destino. Me hago camino al andar, pues no puedo –por lo mismo- planificar mucho. Tengo mis oscilaciones de temperamento y mi estado de ánimo, en general, es alegre pero nostálgico. Las nostalgias de mi existencia tienen que ver con el coraje. Me ha faltado coraje en ciertas situaciones, para afrontar la esencia de mis sombras. Sin embargo, he forjado un carácter -en parte- dócil y dispuesto a aprender, pero no de cualquiera. Soy selectivo; más bien, específico.

Me cuesta confiar en mí mismo, por lo tanto, me cuesta confiar en otros. Ahí mi tema con la lealtad. La falta de lealtad conmigo mismo, repercute en mi sensación de la lealtad de otros para conmigo. No he resguardado mi ser de una manera muy prolija. Más bien, he decidido restarme (pasarme a llevar) para no entrar en conflictos.

Mi accionar, a veces, es “tibio” porque estoy buscando el balance. No el equilibrio. Estoy muy conectado con el deber ser; con aquello que percibo se espera de mí. No obstante, estoy trabajando para distanciarme de aquella limitación. ¿Por qué limitación? Porque me resto de conocerme y de ser, como también, resto al mundo de disfrutar de mi individualidad. Nadie debería sentirse en la facultad de restarse del todo sin preguntarnos. Yo tampoco soy la excepción.

Muchas veces he hecho cosas que no quiero o no me hacen sentido, para darle en el gusto a mis parejas, amigos, padres… estos últimos, por sobre todo el resto. ¡He confundido lo anterior con amor! Más importante aún, estoy desaprendiendo y aprendiendo a amar. Quiero hacerlo “bien” y eso está “mal”. Nuevamente, aparecen mis expectativas con respecto al cumplimiento de las de otro. Quiero evitar dañar como lo hicieron conmigo. Estuve en terapia por más de 10 años, intentando “corregir” algo.

He llegado a la conclusión vital de que aquello que no fluye no me hace sentido y lo que no me hace sentido, me daña.

Sin embargo, no hay nada que corregir en mí, porque me he dado cuenta de que, junto con lograr cierta consciencia, ha devenido en una baja de mis expectativas sobre mí mismo y sobre la vida, y por ende, sobre los demás. Con esto no quiero decir que no quiero crecer ni desarrollarme, sino que estoy en proceso de aceptación de mí mismo. Me estoy integrando; coincidiendo conmigo. Con esto dejo de ser víctima y me hago cargo de mí, en mi totalidad. Estoy dispuesto a estar solo, acompañado, arriba, abajo, etc., siempre y cuando una sola premisa se cumpla; estar tranquilo, en paz y en armonía conmigo mismo. Es decir, aceptándome.

¡Mi motor, en la vida, es el amor propio!

He llegado a la conclusión vital de que aquello que no fluye no me hace sentido y lo que no me hace sentido, me daña. Desde un tiempo a esta parte y en más, mi vida se regirá por este simple principio.

Posiblemente me escucharán y verán rompiendo compromisos adquiridos en el pasado, porque ya no me hacen sentido. Viviré a mi ton y son. En mi escala musical. Vibraré en mis frecuencias y lucharé por mi existencia. Porque mi lugar es, al igual que el de todos, único.

Este es un pequeño resumen de mi historia y mis aprendizajes. 


Sí algunas o todas estas palabras te hacen sentido, de una u otra manera, podríamos conversar. Porque podemos acompañarnos en el proceso, tal y como otros me acompañaron a mí.

If you are reading this just stop. There’s no ultimate guide to nothing. Instead, learn to listen to your inner self and follow no ones advice.

I’m sick and tired of those new internet gurus that think they can tell you what to do, what to feel or think, because it worked for them, by calling it “the ultimate guide to…”

I encourage everyone to stop believing in an ultimate guide. No life path is remotely near to being the “ultimate nothing”.

What a real master does is just one thing; follow and support the apprentice own journey into their inner truth.

So, if you are reading this just stop. There’s no ultimate guide to nothing. Instead, learn to listen to your inner self and follow no ones advice. Even this one.

Ps. Have the courage to overcome the mind tricks and follow your heart. Just trust.


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There’s always someone that assumes the costs: almost always, You.


You think Facebook is free? You think Google is free?

Wrong! Just like Jaron Lanier said in his book Who Owns the Future , none of those services are really free. The cost is our privacy.

Today I was thinking about all the stuff that are given away for “free” on the internet. All of the knowledge, the wisdom, from this new kind of gurus give away and we fall for it.

When you give your email to somebody like Ramit Sethi, Tim Ferris, etc., you are letting them into your inbox. I did it and I have it full of “free stuff” that was created to “add value” to my life. Wrong, again.

That was created to encourage you to pay for what you just receive for free. The real cost is being indexed into the price you are “willing” to pay (after receiving 2 million emails a year) while you think this is free.

I think all of this guys are serious, but which is the real deal here? Are they really trying to help you? Is it really for free? If you later have to pay 1.200 USD a year to “complete the program” and to go from Zero to Launch?

I used to like Ramit, but now I prefer someone like Gary Vaynerchuk. He writes, he speaks, he has tons of free stuff on the web but, in appearance, he doesn’t try to sell you shit! He’s just marketing himself and how he lives.

There is no shortcut for becoming yourself. That’s life. And I’m just so pissed off on reading stuff on becoming this “Super Entrepreneurs” who will skyrocket his/her career and become the next Steve Jobs.

Fuck it! You know what, All I want; is to be Me. Maybe, you should want that too.


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Everyone is trying to be the best of the best. Creative genius, Superlearner, Serial entrepreneur, etc. Fuck that!

Self Energy — Tomás Gauthier

There is only; one Steve Jobs, one Bill Gates, one Zuckerberg, etc. And you know why? Because they weren’t trying to be anyone but themselves. They didn’t try to become someone they admire, they found their own path.

I sometime find myself searching in google; which is the best phone? which is the best pencil to draw? which is the best way to get productive? and I loose track of what I want and who I am!

This society has transformed everyone in some sort of Frankenstein, where we are forced to adopt pieces of everyone else to become someone. That’s very sad!

Our uniqueness is a primary skill that we should leverage every step of the way. By saying this, this I’m not trying to separate myself from doing the best work I can and from learning from others experiences. But, nothing surpases our own experience in this world.

So my personal advice to myself and to you is: fuck this productivity best of the best madness!; stay true to yourself, accept your limitations and try to improve them, not by becoming somebody else, but by leveraging your, already, perfect way of being you!


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32 years of life, 16 years of transformation and 10 lessons.

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  1. I’m in the process of accepting who I am. Nowadays, I have more willingness and empowerment to DOING my OWN stuff.
  2. I’m aware of my feelings. Nowadays, I’m more open to accepting whatever my feelings are and trying not judge them.
  3. I enabled myself to forgive… me. I’m my own worst and wildest critic. My mistakes have gotten me where I’m now, but it has only been a very short period time since I really understood and embodied that.
  4. I enabled myself to say sorry. Nowadays, I try to accept my mistakes and ask for forgiveness.
  5. I’m not fully enabled to forgive others, yet. Sometimes I find myself resenting very old situations and reliving the anger, frustration and pain. This is surely a WORK IN PROGRESS.
  6. I’m aware of my limitations. I got a lot of issues getting my head around this. I can do whatever I want, but, I need to set the standard according to who I am and the trade offs.
  7. I’m letting art and creativity just flow. No judging, just doing.
  8. I’m no longer afraid to showing my work. Eight years took me to upload my writings, drawings and other expressions of who I am.
  9. I’m taking over my life. Being conscious of some aspects of oneself is a one way journey. You can fool yourself, but you can never go back to a former state of ignorance. That’s taking over!
  10. I’m trying to being grateful. I’m learning to see happiness and suffering as opportunities for moving oneself to peaceful states of mind; and having that chance, is what I’m really grateful for.

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Take courage and do what make sense to you! Period.

1. What’s a purpose?

Define: purpose /ˈpəːpəs/

noun: purpose; plural noun: purposes. the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. “the purpose of the meeting is to appoint a trustee”


Do you have this in your life?

When I started writing this sort of book, I felt like shit. Mainly because I wasn’t aware of my purpose. That one or two or three things that moved me. Also, my working environment wasn’t either filled with a good sense of purpose.

And what happens when you don’t have it? Like I said before I can summarized it in a three words sentence: feeling like shit. There were some long lasting:

• Physical pains; back, arms, head, etc.

• Bruxism

• Bad sleeping

• Sunday -monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.- anxiety

But the worst of all was the sadness.

Sometimes, I would get up at 7.30 a.m. after having had my 8 hours sleep, but feeling tired and sad. Sad, because I didn’t have anything interesting to do; sad because it was Monday; sad because I felt nothing. I was definitely, depressed.

I started asking myself some questions I learned in therapy and realized I was missing something. I was lacking on purpose. Something that is beyond me and that defines my doing in ways that is motivating and that impacts me on daily basis. So, I decided that my first step, to getting out of that feeling, was to come up with a new definition of Doing.


2. What’s the new definition of doing?

Physical or mental activity engaged with the purpose of satisfying the very own need for recognition and usefulness, by addressing human needs through products and/or services developed passionately. By bringing into service the; creativity, dreams, experience and energy necessary, for humanity -as a whole- can positively transform its current state.


You can argue with me that this would be a very good new definition of work too. As work, is also a doing, we will use it indistinctly. (I must say that this definition is based -and paraphrased- on the Work definition given by the ILO)

If we start to analyze and deconstruct it, piece by piece, we get to the very purpose of this writing. Let’s see:

I. Physical or mental activity engaged

◦ One of the most important abilities we have as humans is that we can Engage and we can perform actions at will. So, the potentiality of every one of us is contained into our physical or mental energy.

II. With the purpose of satisfying the very own need for recognition and usefulness

◦ As I explained before, the reason why or for which we perform those actions is a purpose. I think that common -to all- purpose is the need for recognition. I understand recognition as the acknowledgement of existence or the possibility of oneself to define an identity through what one does.

III. By addressing human needs

If the need for recognition is only used to define oneself, is called Ego. Is we add the humanity to it, is called Personal Growth. Us is a concept where you and me are connected through purpose. But it can also be linked…

IV. Through products and/or services

◦ … by developing new ideas and transforming them into reality. The economical outcome of doing something is called products and/or services. So, there is also a way to materialized purpose by, not only actioning someone, but also through the creation and generation of tangible or intangible solutions.

V. developed passionately.

◦ The examples of passion are there; Einstein, Jobs, Musk and of course each an one of us when we have something to be motivated about. Sir Ken Robinson refers to it as The Element. Which, by the way, is a very good book. My feelings of being in the element, is that time passes by with a sense of profound change in thyself. When I play music or write, everything makes sense. To be passionate, you must have a purpose!

VI. By bringing into service the; creativity, dreams, experience and energy necessary,

◦ In the Ontological Coaching discipline we talk about gifts. A gifts is a naturally given ability or talent that “must” be placed at the service of realizing the purpose. Creativity, dreams, experience and energy are the essence of your gift. They are unique in each and everyone of us. The form they take, will depend on how you canalize them through your doing.

VII. for humanity -as a whole- can positively transform its current state.

◦ The big part. As we said before, the need of recognition to define oneself only, is calles Ego. When you transcend that matter and start placing your gifts toward the fulfilling of the purpose, there is no way to get lost. If YOU can positively change, you will impact your surroundings.

Every one of us can generate a great impact by placing our gifts at the service of our purpose. Our doing will become a sort of path. Every path has a destination. In this particular case, transform yourself and your environment. For me, that’s a very good purpose.

A healthy doing, comes from discovering a way to canalize yourselves impetuosity from a Self-perspective, toward an Us perspective, which, in my vision, is consciousness development.

Ken Wilber in his extraordinary book The Integral Vision, also explained this through the AQAL model and the four quadrants. By saying that consciousness is a path and a spectrum. To develop consciousness, we must work in ourselves by incorporating the interior, exterior, individual and collective forces.

So, I think that the AQAL model for our new definition of doing, will be something like figure 1.

Based on the AQAL model by Ken Wilber.

The red spot in the middle, is the Purpose. As we can see here, it becomes the driving force of the doing process. If every action has personal recognition, that places my gifts at service for a higher collective vision by developing a collaborative solution that positively impacts us all; finally, there is an answer to one of my favorite personal questions; what for? The answer is, again, purpose.


3. What’s a strategy?

define: strategy /stratɪdʒi/ a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aim. “time to develop a coherent economic strategy”


When you have an actual situation that differs from the desire one, you have a gap. To meet that gap, you need a specific set of actions -or doings-. That set of designed and organized actions, is what we call a strategy.

How to design this strategy? First of all, you need a what for answer. What is the main objective? What is the purpose of going from A to B? This generates engagement, as everyone understands the “idea” behind it.

When developing a strategy either in a team or alone, for it to work, you must persuade and seduce yourself and others to move toward this new direction and to perform some specific actions. How much time does it takes to convince yourself of some new behavior? Will depend on how good the what for question is answered and how much sense it makes to yourself and your peers.

How many times we were on some family trip, where the parents -or adults- set up the destination, the activities, etc., and found them boring. Why did that happened?

Because it didn’t make sense to you. You weren’t involve in the designing process of the activities that were going to be performed.

At work and in life, the same happens. When your boss or yourself as a boss -or leader-, are unable to define the specific strategy that integrates all that we’ve discussed until now, everyone feels lost. They don’t understand the what for or the why of their activities and de-motivation makes its appearance.

On the other hand, when people understand the purpose of what they are doing, commitment, effectiveness and efficiency sky rockets and something new comes up. That is confidence/trust.


4. What’s confidence/trust?

To answer this question, let me first define confidence from the ontological perspective; the judgment we make about others but also about ourselves, in the domains of:

  • Reliability: credibility.
  • Competence: skill set.
  • Sincerity: coherence between the committed and what’s done.
  • Involvement: active presence.

Then confidence as judgment, may be founded or unfounded, depending on the “evidence” or grounds we have of its validity. It is a phenomenon that depends on the history and our experience in the world, like many other judgments we have in our repertoire. Therefore, the question that fits the drawer at this moment is: how the judgment of confidence, I have about myself (and others), was -and is being- built?

One of the many ways we can establish a healthier relationship with the environment and with ourselves, is to observe our judgment on confidence. Many authors have mentioned the simple fact that without trust (confidence) our economic and social systems wouldn’t work; applied this to the person, without a well-founded judgment of confidence about ourselves, our own system doesn’t work.

The key elements of this matter are the following:

In order to give, the necessary meaning to the actions, either in life or at work, discovery and personal development go hand in hand. It is impossible to establish creative and constructive links -by defining a purpose-, without the clarity of how it is that each of us (in a team, family or individually) relates to its context and individuality.

The precision and empathy, when defining the path or strategy, to close the gap between the actual and the desired state, is vital. Without them, there would be no possibility of establishing trust. And without trust, the purpose is impossible to achieve.

Confidence exercise


Bonus:

What to consider as myself?

The definition of what covers the being of oneself, is very much a philosophical question.

But for me, it’s very important to set some basic concepts:

  • Me, as I refer to myself, is the need for recognition.
  • I, as I refer to myself performing doings, is the ability to move toward my needs.
  • Therefore, me and I, embody the potentiality of accomplishing a purpose.

Is important to mention, from the Ontological Perspective, the body, language and emotions performs a sort of dancing which defines -kind of- who I am and determines which actions can myself carry out according to the judgement of confidence I have.

The coherence between this three elements -body, language and emotions- builds up the being of oneself. Understanding this connections, provides us a very interesting framework for us to enter in the depth of personal growth.

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However, something very important is still missing here; how can I really know what kind of physical or mental activities I would like to engaged with…

[the purpose of satisfying the very own need for recognition, by addressing human needs through products and/or services developed passionately. By bringing into service my; creativity, dreams, experience and energy necessary, for humanity -as a whole- can positively transform its current state]

…if I don’t know myself?

Summary

La palabra coraje deriva de cor, corazón en latín y éste del griego kardia. Tener coraje es sinónimo de tener valor, de “echar el corazón por delante”.

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Somos lo que somos, en la medida en que continuamos siendo. Sin embargo, no siempre me he podido conectar conmigo mismo al actuar. A veces, mis acciones, carecen del sentido que me gustaría que tuviesen. Es decir, muchas veces reacciono.

Es por eso que, buscando e indagando en libros, además de internet, encontré la etimología de una palabra que ha estado en boga hace un tiempo, pero asociada con la valentía (“cualidad del que tiene fuerza, salud y vigor) y utilizada como sinónimo. Esta palabra es: coraje.

A pesar de su uso indistinto, el coraje no se asemeja para nada a la valentía desde la perspectiva etimológica.

Coraje, para mi, y luego de incorporarlo como concepto, implica “conectarse con lo que anhelo de corazón” con un objetivo claro; actuar en consonancia con mi yo interno.

Se necesita coraje, y no valentía, para conectarse desde el corazón con uno mismo y hacerse cargo de todo aquello que nos pasa, tanto en lo emocional como lo mental.

Hoy en día he escuchado a muchas personas decir que no han podido encontrar el sentido a su devenir. En pocas palabras, carecen de un propósito claro. Esto, podría deberse a la dificultad para “poner el corazón por delante” y dar ese paso hacia la liberación personal.

Recordar (“volver a pasar por el corazón”) la esencia de nuestro coraje es algo totalmente posible. Sin embargo, debemos ser compasivos con nuestra propia naturaleza. Puesto que, forzarnos a conectarnos es igualmente nocivo.

No obstante, debemos practicar la meditación u otras técnicas que permitan despejar nuestra mente, para así disponer de renovadas energías para redirigirlas hacia nuestro interior.

Al parecer, efectivamente, somos los que somos en la medida que estamos siendo. Pero, para realmente ser en coherencia, necesitamos volver a pasar una y otra vez por el mismo lugar; cada vez, poniéndole más corazón a aquello que decidimos.

7 limiting thoughts I have about myself.

  1. I think I’m a fool for not seizing the day.
  2. I think that every time that I fail, I’m a failure.
  3. I think I’m smarter than I think.
  4. I think I would be happier if I had more money.
  5. I think I must start big, if not, it’s not starting.
  6. I think that not doing what I want is wasting time.
  7. I think it’s impossible to seize the day having this thoughts about myself.

Tell me yours…

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Sometimes what we really need comes from envy, fear and rage.

I have two selves: one that’s pushing me to follow my dreams and be cool about it (learn on the way, money will come, etc.); and the other one, that wants to speed up things take the shortcut.

The thing is that none of them are wrong. Because, sometimes what we really need comes from envy, fear and rage.

None of the emotions we have are intrinsically bad. Is what you do that sets the moral discussion. You can get lost on them and start judging yourself for having those thoughts. But, the real deal is that all of us have felted envy and rage for other people’s way of living.

What that says about you? To answer that, we must go back to the purpose setting. The actions you will perform -your doings- must be align with your “reason why” or your “what for”.

So if you feel rage; maybe you are judging that any given situation or action is unfair. That rage, will move your soul towards an action you can perform that’s align with your life purpose and correct that situation.

If you feel envy; maybe you are bothered by the accomplishments of someone else. That moderated rage, will move you towards acting upon what’s align with your purpose and obtain similar results.

If you feel fear; maybe you are judging that any given situation or action is bad for you and you’l be losing something or someone. As we can’t have everything in life, some decisions will be pushing us to our limits. To quit a safe job; to have a baby, etc., but the strength needed to DO it and the reason why (purpose) we are doing it, is what really matters.

When you clearly define a purpose and you put your intention on it, your actions will be dyed by it. When that happens, you mustn’t be judgmental about what you feel, because your actions will be guided by this compass. The soul’s compass.


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