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Mediocrity is a form of madness, a dream embraced by the masses because it makes just getting by an acceptable — sometimes applauded — social art form. What is excellent requires extra effort, so those who choose the road to […]

Have you ever wondered if people see things in the same way that you do? For instance, though it has gone on for decades, over-the-top white-collar crime in relatively recent times has been rampant. It would seem that having multi-millions […]

Real, lasting higher achievement is all about revelation. Listen in to learn why nothing in the world is more valuable than our moment to moment possibility of discovering something new and true about ourselves… http://www.guyfinleynow.org/members/1262.cfm

Taking the path of least resistance is a half-action, and no one learns anything true and valuable from a half-action. Listen in to learn what it means to go to the end of things so that you can discover your true […]

Your possibilities in this life for interior growth are as unlimited as is your willingness to consciously meet your limitations. . .

Question: Recently I have been seeing some things about myself that are both startling and surprising. For instance, how silly it seems (now) to think that I could possibly know what is greater than myself without that same greatness inviting […]

When you run into a personal obstacle, you have not run into an outer condition that is denying you happiness. You have run into your own present life-level. Your level of being is what determines where you are at any […]

All of us have felt, at one time or another, trapped in our own life. During these periods of heightened unhappiness, one thing seems clear: the only reason we haven’t realized our great potential is because we’re being held back. […]

Guy Finley explains that multitasking is a form of greed, which has its root in fear.

Each time you’re faced with a logjam of tasks that seem far beyond your mortal abilities to resolve in the allotted time, here’s what to do. First, whittle these logs down to manageable size by writing each one out on […]