One of the crucial steps in the 67 steps, in Step 26, the belts and suspenders step is a step that has been paying me dividends for a year now.
It began when I first heard it, sometime in February, maybe March last year. ((The 67 steps is full of principles that can impregnate you, give you seeds that can germinate into something substantial. Without you being fertile ground, nurture it till it can grow on its own.
In my humble opinion the best way to use the 67 steps is to have one thing… one goal.
If you are an integrated person (if not, this could be your one thing!) then the principle of “the rising tide lifts all boats” applies: your one thing needs all the other areas of life rise together.
In my case, the one thing was to reclaim my independence, reclaim my power over circumstances, even though circumstances were nasty… won’t go into any detail.
Circumstances haven’t changed. I have. I became a lot healthier, I became a lot happier, while I grew myself to meet life head-on. And while my goal isn’t reached yet, the quality of my life has risen beyond my wildest expectations.
As you may be able to see, doing the 67 steps without having someone to talk it over is very treacherous… and I almost guarantee won’t produce the kinds of results you are capable of producing. this is why my 67 steps coaching is so useful… It helps you identify the one thing, and it helps you make every principle rise all of your life, regardless what your one thing is.
I know many people who have listened to all 67 audios, and… nothing changed. Because it is what you do, what you decide and do tiny step after tiny step in your life, that turns it around, not the listening.))
It is a revolutionary concept: with services, resources essential to survival, don’t rely on source only. Most nightmares are a result of violating this principle.
You are locked in to a relationship where you can be used, abused, taken advantage of… because without it your pants fall… it is a belt, and you don’t also have a suspender.
For me it was my transportation to grocery shopping and the chiropractor.
Both essential, you’ve got to eat, and you’ve got to be well, right?
At the time I was in pain and I didn’t have the energy to get to a grocery store, let alone to a chiropractor. So I paid a woman $30 weekly to take me there…
So, what did I do?
I used the tiny step methods, and I listened to a step in the 67 steps program, five-six times a week.
It became adjusted instinct, instead of something I can talk about.
Here is how it is today: