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Finding The Right You

Many of you know I embrace Buddhist wisdom as part of spiritual knowledge and growth. These kinds of things are choices we make for ourselves hopefully because we find this knowledge relevant and helpful to our lives. Many spiritual philosophies share similar teachings that could be just as true for people from completely different cultures.

That’s the beauty of the Oneness that most of them point toward, whatever different words one wants to use to describe it. We’re all together, all energy; all one thing.  We just think we’re separate.

If we’re going to strive for spiritual growth, we have to be willing to put concepts into practice in our everyday lives, in all relationships with all people. You can’t separate your “spiritual life” from your “work life.” They’re both your life!

In the same vein, you can’t separate money and happiness. You can try, but you won’t live a very happy life.

How you’re going to make your money has to reflect your spiritual truth as if you were attending a spiritual ceremony. The physical, material world is simply a printout of what’s going on inside us. To think any different is to fall into the illusion of separation.

So before you find the right job, business, or relationship, you have to find the right you! It’s about matching what you do with who you are. Then you get the right knowledge and the right way for you to become more prosperous and happier.

I realize there are some people who disagree with spiritual concepts, or maybe are just uncomfortable with the topic. That’s okay. We don’t have to go deep or New Agey with this. Finding the Right You is as simple as this: JOY. What are those things you do that give you absolute joy?

Joy is a clue from the heart, not to be confused with pleasure. When you evoke the feeling of joy, you are tapping into your higher nature, your truest self, and the source of your full power, your full creativity, your full wisdom. Then you’re generating passion.

Passion creates energy, and energy creates enthusiasm. It’s very contagious. When you are passionate about what you do, it comes through!  Will people want what you’ve got?  Yes and yes! Mostly because of the energy transfer, that’s it!

The most important thing about your business, whatever vehicle is appropriate for you, is you have to frickin’ believe in it to where you would shout it from the top of the roof to everybody, every minute of every day!  If you can’t do that, you don’t believe in what you do enough—and ultimately, you don’t believe in yourself. You’re not being your “Right You”.

When you find something that you really believe in and get it into your subconscious, the obstacles that block you seem more like minor interruptions compared to the passion of operating from your true Self.

Unless you are passionate about what you do, it is very difficult for you to be successful or happy. Right livelihood comes down to finding work that matches who you are.

Tell us your experiences with finding your “Right You.” Have you truly found your “Right You” yet in your life? What was the turning point that made you realize you weren’t being the real you? What was the transformation like? Share your thoughts and comments with our community, your feedback is very valuable!

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  1. Simon Jones says:

    The question is, how do you find that passion, that “thing” which drives you? I’m in my 50s and fast running out of passion.

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    1. Denise Antoine says:

      There must be something out there you love! I don’t think anyone here on earth was born without some kind of special talent or gift. Start with what you love and think about most often.

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      1. june ngei says:

        I am going to be 60yrs on 24th this month.I am a nurse and the JOY still keeping me going come home with a buzz. But I may not be able to keep on going so I have to think ahead and put a 5yr plan for another alternative as physically may take it’s toll.if I can be of any help my email june.ngei@hotmail.com

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      2. luz says:

        Comence a leer el libro hace dos semanas porque alguien me lo dijo, por casualidad aunque creo que no hay casualidad. Busco fervientemente cual es mi pasion. Trabaje como enfermera 30 años , tengo 57 y mi mayor pasion ha sido servir a otros, ahora no se como hacerlo, tengo mucha experiencia en ello y quiero trabajar como consultora o escritora, estoy buscando los comos , como puedo hacerlo, pero a veces me atormenta el temor de que tengo muchos años para empezar. sinembargo, voy a continuar con el trabajo. gracias

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        1. luis lara says:

          siga sus suenos y se ba a sorprender de lo que logre entre mas edad mas savios somos.gracias a Dios.

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        2. Mariana Ferrari says:

          Luz… ¿Conoces la historia de Tom Clancy? Para hacértela corta, trabajó durante 20 años en seguros. Durante los últimos cinco se dedicó a escribir un poquito cada día. Le fue gustando y cinco años después publicó su primera novela: The Hunt for the Red October, que no solamente se convirtió en un Best Seller, si no que también fue al cine. Para llegar a ser nurse trabajaste mucho. Para ser escritora o consultora tienes que aplicar la misma técnica… empezar de a poco e irte perfeccionando y un día sin darte cuenta… Lo habrás logrado!

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    2. Simon

      There are so many things that I love to do and that I am good at (eventually after persistence). I found that at my core I loved building, I loved solving problems and I loved teaching people.

      I started a consultancy business in building and property development, then started a training business and that led me into writing books and now to creating another business that ties all of these things together and more.

      When (not if) you find the first thing that you can say “I love doing this” the others will start popping up before you.

      You have plenty of time left, don’t despair at age. I just “found myself” and I’m nearly your age!

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      1. luz says:

        cuentame como empezaste, que es lo que me detiene. creo que tengo talento pero no se como usarlo, gracias

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        1. Jose says:

          Es solo mi opinion , Creo que deberias empezar por buscar Fuentes de motivacion ,Fijarte pequeñas metas por ejemplo y cumplirlas religiosamente , Es una extraordiria fuente de motivacion . Yo empeze a hacer esto y puse muchos cartel e imagines que me produjeran emocion , y cada vez estan sucediendo mayors Milagros en mi entorno . mi negocio salto un 100% hace un año y ahora un 40%mas . Se persistente en sentirte bien y tu confianza empezara a crecer como la espuma , . Pero es solo el comienzo

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      2. JAMES MBURU says:

        Am a building professional who recently graduated and interested in building a carear in the built environment,can u kindly mentor me.Am in kenya.

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    3. Conny says:

      I am 54 years old and I am in school to be a cosmetologist. I have a lot of fun doing this. I just thought about what I wanted to do when I was a teenager. I am trying to find that joy back I had back than. Best of luck, maybe meditate/pray over it.

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    4. Dong-Chin says:

      Simon – you’re not alone. My wife has for many, MANY years tried hard to identify her passions – to no avail. She may not be 50 yrs old, but she’s a designer – and you’d think designers are in-touch with their passions? NOT TRUE!! I’ve noticed that for her, learning to be brutally honest with herself is helping her to break some ice on this issue. I’m sure you’ll discover your destiny.

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    5. Lynda says:

      I am 59 and just published my first book. When I was 9, I wanted to write stories but everyone (parents, teachers) talked me out of it. I had to break through huge barriers – but I did. Now my joy and passion is through the roof! I AM a writer! Just keep trying things that you think you want to do. One will stick!

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      1. Congratulation, LYNDA ! This is my dream since i was a little girl also. I have writen all my life diary also and I have some ideas and part of my book.I was thinking there are so many book out ,so many people write ,who is going to read my book .. and I wanted to be very special and important ,uniq book. I have so many things to say and I’ll be unhapy if just stay on bookshelfs. I stil have so many thing to do around ,I can not complete it yet.I just broke my leg 2 weeks ago and said to me ;this is my time:God made time for me …but not …May be now ….inspired by your story

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        1. Sherri says:

          Kosa, I used to think the same thing: there are already SO many books out there! But, TRUST ME, SOMEONE (or many!) need YOUR story- your unique perspective. If you have a message to share, then that means there is an audience out there who needs to hear it 🙂
          Do it now! It is definitely the Universe giving you this time to write. (Though I’m sorry U broke your legs!!!) Take advantage of this time & get it done! And even if your book only helps change the life of ONE person— isn’t even THAT totally worth it…? Best wishes!!

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      2. Denise says:

        I am amazed at how the universe responds to the cry of our heart. I am working very hard to get past barriers of being to old to start. This has been holding me back for years, since I was about fifty and now I am sixty-three and still want to write my first book. I have begun to write and I have titled it, I have been asking for help, I don’t know where to go from here as to how to get it published. when I saw your article it sparked hope in me. I would love to get some feedback as to where I go from here. I would surely appreciate some help. Thanks

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        1. Anna says:

          Hi Denise,
          First of all – congratulations on starting to write your book! Am so excited for you!
          As with regard to an action plan on how to publish it, try to make a list of all the publishing houses that publish books on similar topics, then contact them and eventually send them a manuscript. Another option could be self-publishing (e.g. Kindle version). You can Google some free resources that explain how to do that! Hope this helps and – good Luck!

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    6. Ln says:

      To find your passion, you have to sit down and identify your values. What do you value the most? Make the list of 10 things you love to do and ask yourself which one are you still willing to do even when you don’t get paid for it.

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      1. Paulson Cuong says:

        Hi Ln,
        I am 38ys but i still not find yet my passion. Could you explain and give example to identify the values?
        Thanks

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    7. Craig Percasky says:

      I share your feelings as I’m the same age , knowing to well of the saying never say never , but it is hard to break free of what seems to be something similar to writers block , we all have a passion of sorts but having the time or initial financial backing doesn’t always seem to be at hand at our time of life , staying positive is not always easy it comes and goes like the breeze of a changing season

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    8. Paul Hunter Shippey says:

      Simon, doesn’t that constitute POOR people thinking? just sayin’

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    9. dayanara says:

      Think about when you was a kid, what was you dreaming of?

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  2. Mike T says:

    Yes and yes! I believe this is so true but I am frustrated because I cannot seem to put my finger on what it is that makes me truly happy… or when I think I do, I just don’t see any way to make a living out of it. Does anyone has some kind of exercise, anything, to help speed up the process. I would really like to find my true self because I’m dead.
    Thanks.

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    1. Maria says:

      Here’s an exercise, Mike: When you go into a bookstore, which section do you go to first? Photography, Business, Fiction, Cooking, Health & Fitness, etc? That should give you a clue about your interests and where you’re focussing your attention. If you could explore any topic under the sun, what would it be? What makes your eyes light up when you talk about it? Do you have any favorite memories associated with that subject? Just explore the things that make you smile and then maybe that will lead to a new career. I hope this helps.

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    2. june ngei says:

      Hi Mike I just found my answer but early days I am going to put it in action.So email me so you can check my progress june.ngei@hotmail.com

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    3. Kevin says:

      Hey Mike,

      There is a course called “Finding your sacred gifts” I’ve got two friends who teach it. Google it and find something in your area. Good Luck!

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  3. Harv

    Your article is very profound!

    In 2011 I did MMI at a time when I had been through the best financial year that I ever had. MMI helped me make numerous changes that although they detrimentally affected my financial status (at first), helped me really find what gave me JOY.

    With the money I was making I wasn’t happy. I was away from my family all the time; I was a workaholic. Even my associates used to say “I don’t know how you do it”.

    MMI awakened my inner self. The Quantum Leap program was then part of my journey. I have done a number of other training courses since MMI as well however MMI was the turning point.

    Now I have been able to finish and publish a book I started 4 years ago. I have published two others since then with another on the way.

    I have started a training program, lecture at University and at another Institution.

    Yes, I get JOY from sharing my knowledge and experience.

    But best of all, I am about to launch a new business venture on 1 July 2013. In preparing this venture I have utilised everything I have learnt since MMI about helping people solve their problems.

    I never realised what my business was before MMI, now I know what my business is and who I am; I am a problem solver and so is my business!

    The best part of my new business venture is that I get to do what I enJOY and I help people solve their problems!

    My financial position is on the improve again and with the new venture will create massive passive income moving into the future.

    Thanks Harv.

    “I love my life!”

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    1. Kathy Parker says:

      Hi Steve,

      Along with many of the comments here to this article, I am in my 50’s and finally realized what i want to be when i grow up (following my passion). Not having the whole plan yet, of how it’s all going to work (and being very much into the Law of Attraction)….i am not going to worry about the ‘how’, i am just very excited about my new venture! another thing that i have wanted to do for a very long time, is write a book. I see that you have had some books published; i am curious how one starts to realize this desire? Thanks so much for your feedback…

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  4. Cynthia Wisehart-Henry says:

    I have been in process of discovering the “right me.” What’s odd, to me, is that the “right me” had undergone huge changes in the past 5 years. I used to work in a career that I loved. Every time I helped a client find their ability to heal, I felt joy…real joy. After 12 years of doing this business, working with chronic disease, struggling to help people find their passion for their OWN health, I became disillusioned and the joy went out of, actually, doing the job. I believe they call this “burn-out,” and it actually hurt my own health. I could never find my way back to the joy…thus, transition time. I have spent the last 4 years searching for something that I found brought joy…something I could be passionate about. It has been a slow process…and I am not there yet. I did return to school to get the degree I always wished I had gotten. At 55 years old, it’s fun and amazing and I am loving finding what my brain can do again! I hope that I can find my passion again…I’m not sure how to go about finding the “right me,” but I have discovered several “not-quite-right” me’s. hahahahaha

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    1. june ngei says:

      I have been a nurse for 42yrs and still is the JOY has kept me going for this long.I am going to be 60yrs this month 24th officially.When I look ahead in the next 5yrs I should have to look at another alternative because better be prepared if physically eventually I have to give it away.Like to share my steps to having a back up plan.if you like there is my email june.ngei@hotmail.com

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  5. Isoboye Soberetonari says:

    Many thanks Harv for this very interesting and exciting lesson. From a personal point of view, this lesson reinforces the need for me to find an answer to the questions such as; what really stirs joy within me? What I’m I really passionate about? Answers to these questions readily comes to my mind but like you noted, “If we’re going to strive for spiritual growth, we have to be willing to put concepts into practice in our everyday lives, in all relationships with all people. You can’t separate your “spiritual life” from your “work life.” They’re both your life!” The key words for me is congruency and consistency. I choose to be congruent and consistent !

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  6. Max Gettler says:

    I have definitely found the right me. My first childhood dream was to be able to work full-time as an actor. Unfortunately, I wasn’t getting a lot of acting work so I had to fall back on my video editing and film crew skills. Being an editor and crew member was very unfulfilling but I never accepted that, hence why I kept doing those two things. Fortunately, I discovered a website that teaches you how to make living off of acting. So, as a result of discovering how I can make a full-time income off of acting alone I decided to throw in the towel with working as a crew member and editor and decided to focus on how to properly market myself as an actor, as well as building my acting skills, in order to get regular paid acting work.

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  7. Hans Lauro Schnittger says:

    Hey Harv,

    I really have to appreciate your book. It changed my life like nothing else!
    God bless you and the person who suggested it to me.

    Lauro

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  8. Tina says:

    I am on my journey to doing what I love to do which is helping people discover their healthy mind and body. It is a journey that I want to do full time.

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  9. I found the “right” me when I found the “right” man – who was passionate about what he was doing. He was a model for me to measure my feelings of drudgery compared to his feelings of joy. I wanted to be like him. We now have a business together which reflects the best of both of us.

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    1. Almira says:

      Thank you so much tina, i realize one thing in you’re message.. we just need to appreciate all things. and learn from it. I also met the man who teach me a lot about being so passionate & He actually is my inspiration now. Someday I want to have a business partnership with him.. He’s so nice. Hoping it soon! Godbless. 🙂

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  10. Enos Taylor says:

    This Buddhist thing disappointed me a little. I don’t think I want to continue receiving your mails.
    Thanks for your support all these months.

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    1. Enos

      I’m not into the “mumbo jumbo” that many people love but I do understand and respect their position. There is much to learn when you consider other’s ideology and opinions; you don’t have to agree with them.

      I do not agree with Harv on many things but I do like to receive his emails which stimulate the mind and make me consider things that I have not considered before.

      Keep receiving the emails and keep an open mind.

      All the people who gave you a negative rating for making your comment and having your opinion have closed minds.

      You are entitled to your opinion. I don’t agree with you, that’s all.

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    2. What a great way to fall in the trap of judging another person. Sorry for u, i believe u are the only one loosing… 🙁

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  11. J.Luiz P. Assumpção says:

    I haven’t found it yet, I have lots of interests but none I can truly say that’s the one.

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    1. Try one! You never know! Unless you try you can never know.

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  12. Geraldene says:

    Harv

    Thank thank you…..Harv I had a very successfull period some 8 years ago…everything I touched I loved and my life sung. I had my own business in training and unlocking people’s blocks…..I got married to am amazing man whom is the love of my life, however I have spent the last 5 years just being comfortable and being loved!!!!! However I got blocked and have settled in life…always being discontent as I want more. Again during this process trying to put my finger on the real me. I tried a company and was sort of successfull but couldn’t stand the lack of integrity for others and also myself. I felt like I couldn’t be me.
    Since leaving I have been searching….we attended Millionaire Mind on the weekend. Wow…..the one thing that I haven’t had during the 5 years we were married was my own .
    Today I feel like a load has lifted just with the “jar system” and who I am is an achiever, loving and passionate about Learning, Earning and Loving.
    Today it has all started to fall into place.

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  13. Hello Harv. I just wanna say thanks you for all the good job that you have been doing helping so many people to realize how much power our thoughts have. What you teach us in your books, for me is summarized in this 10 words: WHEN YOUR ATTITUDE IS RIGHT, THE FACTS DO NOT COUNT. Bless you. My best wishes for the rest of your life. I hope to meet you soon and be friends.

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  14. Pinhas says:

    Hi

    you’r absolutly right,

    The problem you describe is exactly what is blocking me to the way to success.

    But how to find my real me and how to be sure its thru…

    Thanks
    pinhas

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  15. Mimi says:

    Hi Harv, after years of soul searching thinking my life purpose is connected to ‘a thing’ on the outside … job, house, car, etc. etc. just this morning it became so clear that my life purpose is to live joyfully everyday and inspire others to do the same. And your lesson today is about JOY. How spooky! I love it!

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  16. testard says:

    thank you

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  17. Hi,
    My “right me” is passionately curious about the world and all its cultures and languages. I was a teacher, and I loved it. My passion for learning and teaching carried over and the students “caught it”. However, one day I “woke up”. They were sending me post cards from the fabulous places I was telling them about, to which I had never been, because they had talked their parents into taking them there. Based on my passion. But, I did not have the money to go there. So I searched for a way to finance my own unlimited travel, and I have found it. It is in the website above.

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    1. Yessi says:

      I do feel this passion about the world and its cultures and FOOD, but I have no idea how to make a profit out of this haha and do enjoy traveling but I spend my money …. so what should I do?

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  18. The very successful Joe Vitale says that he is an over night success if you condider it took him 20 years to get himself out of the way. There are many, many tools available and resources at our finger tips. But everything equals nothing if you do not put into action the leap of faith. Even blind faith can be powerful.

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  19. “Unless you are passionate about what you do, it is very difficult for you to be successful or happy. ”

    Wow! This is such an incredible reminder and a principle to live by. Thank you for this awesome post. I am going to share it right away!
    Regards,
    Kumar

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  20. Lor D says:

    Thank you for those words Harv, they were perfect for me right now. I’ve just spent the last few days and yet, getting to that part of me that has kept me separated from that which I have been seeking. I am humbly allowing my most inner Self to connect all of me as a whole being. Letting go of my need to be right, to protect… it has repelled what I want and now I am gently opening to allowing all as it is. Keep sharing the wisdom. 🙂

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  21. Bruce says:

    Great title for this article! That’s what drew me to read it. At my current awareness level, “Finding the Right You” means the You that has always been You viewing life from the Present Moment and from YOUR viewpoint. Someone once said that “The first action of Beingness is to assume a viewpoint.” That’s a good start to “Finding the Right You”. Don’t introspect too much on this point. Look at the “fruits of your labor” instead. That gives a clue on what you like to create. Whatever those “fruits” are, trace it back to the You that created it. Well, that’s one way of “Finding the Right You!! Anyway, thank you for the article!!

    Best,

    Bruce

    Best,

    Bruce

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  22. Marcian Druta-Böhm says:

    Hi Harv,
    thanks for your new lesson. Some years ago I worked as a teacher in a school but I always felt that it wasn’t the right thing for me. I hat a psychic crisis and when it was over they fired me. I began the quest for my identity and today I am a happy insurance broker and I earn double money ! My health is ok again and my wife admires me for my success. I purchased a big flat for my family and I expect every day new successful experiences. Today I know my “you” and even much more ist possible !
    greets
    Marcian

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  23. Florian says:

    My turning point was when I suddenly realized that I was doing what I was doing for others and not for my self!

    To make the transformation I had to overcome the fear of being rejected and show my self……..It worked out fantastic! Quite my job, started my own company and enjoy my work! 🙂

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  24. tangoman says:

    Thank you Harv.
    I am up to page 90 of your books and doing all the actions. The journey has been great and I am confident that I am about to embark on something amazing.
    God bless and be in touch again.
    Cheers.

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  25. Camille says:

    Thank you for this article. I am on the journey of clearing the debris field so that my joy can flow freely. This is a path of self work and time and it has come from many sources. The key is that I care enough about myself to do the footwork.

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  26. JOS says:

    HEY! HARVY. I`M JUAN, YOU`RE THE BEST, MAY I ASK, WHEN DO YOU THINK COMING TO COLOMBIA? BE AWESOME, JOS.

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  27. JOS says:

    HARVY, ME AGAIN, YOU`RE MY TRULLY MENTOR, THIS A PASSIONATE QUESTION REQUEST, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT BULLING, AT ORGANIZATION/STUDY? THANKS A LOT, REGARDS, JOS,

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  28. AB says:

    Hi there..

    I guess the first thing we all need to do is learn how to remove the limiting beliefs or subconscious mind gunk that is stopping us from seeing and living to our full potential. i have been through the MMI seminars and the 72 limiting beliefs associated around finances were spot on… I work through these everyday… I am trained in removing my own. My business now is coaching clients and removing their limiting beliefs that is stopping them from being the person they really want to be.

    Look me up http://www.gettingnaked.com.au – the business is “Getting Naked” – mentally opposed to pysically of couse.

    The Harv and the team for your amazing work and passion that drives your messages home.

    Cheers
    AB

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  29. Chris says:

    Interesting…but I don’t think we need to “find the right you”. We just need to “be the right you”. We get in trouble when we try to be the person someone else wants us to be. When we make decisions thinking of what others will think, or what others want. Concentrate on what you know to be true for you, and you will be headed towards the complete and real joy you are looking for!
    Thanks Harv, you are always compelling and enlightening.
    Chris

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  30. Virginia says:

    Hello 🙂 xo

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  31. Heidi Jørgensen says:

    Be genuine, thankful for every good thing that GOD gives you. Natural, friendly, warm and embracing the light in those around no matter, race, gender, religion or financial or social status. Learning not to be too naive. Being aware of not being too naive, but still loving. If one has truly felt what rags are one truly appreciate the Riches one do obtain both spiritual and material! Have a wonderful day Light from H.J

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  32. Shankar says:

    As a Hindu, I can relate to ‘finding the right me.” It naturally comes to us during our late teen age -around 19 or 20 years. But at that age, we do not understand its depth.
    You cannot separate your passion and being the “right you.”
    My turning point was when I first read the book THINK AND GROW RICH.

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  33. Simon says:

    In summary, whatever you choose to do in life (obviously, it’s legal), the most important thing is to be happy and joyful.

    For me, I choose to be “Happy Loner”. There is nothing happier than to spend time with myself alone. I live a happy, serene, and quiet life.

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  34. Hoang Hiep says:

    like it , and agree with it. ” When you find something that you really believe in and get it into your subconscious, the obstacles that block you seem more like minor interruptions compared to the passion of operating from your true Self”.
    Thank you ! T Harv.

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  35. Nelson says:

    Yo yo yo. Im in my email lookin for some wisdom/
    I find t-harv publishing some info
    What can i do- read it learn- make part of my own flow/

    My old friends are drunk
    Im gone from that funk
    Striving to get rich
    I aint no piece of junk

    So here i am on the road to my riches/
    I used to work at a restaurant washin dishes

    Now i sell software
    I dont have a care

    Massive passive income
    Now I can share 🙂

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  36. Mario says:

    Thank you very much Harv :). It’s sometimes hard to not be intrested in such many things… which disturb me. I’m discovering once again the true, really, really true me! Thanks a lot 🙂 I hope Mission to Millions empower me on my way…

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  37. Hi,

    Thanks for your imput and I truly appreciate that you hare yourself.
    Forsome reaon I have yet to undertand I received a jolt when I read that you subscribed to the Buddhist wisdon teachings. I though your teachings came from your own innr journey and direct experience. I have notfollowedanyone since I set out to make my unconscious conscious,which then allow us to tap into the superconscious becaue we are learning about ourselves and our DNA pattern and what drive us at a deep inner level. Maybe I have misunderstood you but I thought you subscribed to `when you meet the buddha on the road, kill him`. which shows you have moved beyond Buddha and all philoophie and religion into your own `direct exprience` where you start to come home to yourself…

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  38. Shankar says:

    “You can’t separate money and happiness.” How true!
    And, yes. By the Grace of God, I have found the right me. It took me many years. I didn’t even know what I was looking for, but I had an intuition that what I was looking for is not outside me, but didn’t know how to get it. I attended many seminars such as the Forum and Silva Method, and read hundreds of books, including the Secrets of The Millionaire Mind.

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  39. Finding the Right You was very difficult for me. I had spent my life seeking others approval and trying to be what I ‘should’ in their eyes. It has taken me 45+ years to understand about self love and to embrace the WHO I AM. My passion is about helping other women rediscover their inner self and finding value in that. Equal is not Like. My journey towards self has required radical changes in my life. I found that letting go of the old me was the first step. It was frightening at first; now it is exciting to see where my joy will lead next!
    I wrote a book and have been asked to speak to audiences far and wide!

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  40. Pete says:

    I have equated finding what I am passionate about by taking a look at what are the things in my life that I can’t NOT do. I’m 62 years old, and I still oftentimes struggle with this very thing. I am blessed with a partner that is so passionate about her life, and I have watched her over almost 17 years live a life of passion. I’m still putting it all together, but I have been able to isolate one thing in my life that I can’t NOT do, and that is practicing my spiritual work and singing and music. It’s a journey, so just keep your eyes and your heart open, and your passion will find you…

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  41. Jamie says:

    Love your work, Harv, and love the article. And in response to the June 4th comment, I LOVE your Buddhist thing and so appreciate how you integrate your spiritual practice into the work. That is key and hope the one who is dismayed at the “Buddhist thing” can open to the possibility of the gift of diversity and the richness of many cultures…hmmm, think I may have found another passion!

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  42. Adriana says:

    Thanks a lot, for your comments. it´s very interesting to remember, how can we feel, how can we do to continue give the better of us. Im so happy with my life today, every day I´m found the way to be better. The life is not easy, with your help I´m trying to find the happiness…

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  43. Erin says:

    I feel as if I am finding the “Right Me” daily… more so in the last 6 months than ever before as I more diligently practice integrity, tenacity, and perseverance.

    My transformation began 13 years ago when I began a Buddhist practice that has allowed me to open doors that I had sealed shut. After I started practicing, at first I felt more uncomfortable than EVER with my life – both personally and professionally. I kept practicing and the tools began to show up.

    The turning point that made me realize I wan’t being the real me was when I was introduced to personal development through the MMI. Until then, I had seen spirituality only as a way to endure. I began to see that the way I had been taught to live wasn’t the only path.

    The transformation has been terrifying when I forget and come from fear and exhilarating when I remember and go forward in faith! As I continue to practice, learn, and grow, I find the balance shifts more and more from terror to exhilaration. I now embrace that feeling in my gut as a sign that something amazing is about to happen!

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  44. Stephanie says:

    Finding the right you is about about matching what you do with who you are, how??
    I’ve been hopeless and frustrated in searching for the right me. I’m still searching and needing some guidance. Please advise, thanks Harv!!!:)

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  45. Tom says:

    When you’ve found work that is a joy, that you believe in and are committed to, that is beneficial to others, uses your talents and is profitable to yourself, it seems likely to me that you’ve found the right you. Your post has lots of ideas worth rereading and thinking about.

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  46. Belinda says:

    Thank you for this month’s lesson. I have been seeking the answer to who is the “true me”, my life’s purpose, and that gift that each one of is suppose to have. I haven’t had that “aha” moment yet. I’m interested in many things but yet to figure out what that one gift is that I have. I enjoy being pampered, relaxing, spa days, massages surrounded by aromatherapy …but that doesn’t help anyone but me. I want to do something that empowers others , I want to be effective and be an agent of change for better. But have yet to find that gift, that 1 thing I was purposed to do. Looking forward to the day when I can say I’m living my life with purpose, I’m an agent of positive change, and I love what I do.

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  47. Capri Cruz says:

    I was in a career field for 20 years and completely miserable. I knew I was a spontaneous girly girl, a nurturer and the this job was a manly job..it was not the place to develop my true calling but I was stuck in that job for 20 years. I eventually realized I was born to be a mental health counselor. In my 20 year career I was working in telecommunications. The two careers could not be any further from each other. I later became an author and empowerment speaker primarily for foster children and I shout what I believe in for them from the bottom of my belly. I have finally found my Right Self!! This is God’s calling on my life and I could not be happier!

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  48. Sue Carter says:

    Yes! I gave up my job, went back to uni in my 40’s and now live my passion! I have just completed your MMI in Perth and enrolled in the QL programme as I now need to take my passion from working for someone else to working for me – living my passion. I am excited to face this next step – fearful but ready – as life has already shown me it is possible to find your passion, work it, and then to live it! Thank you!!

    Kindest regards
    Sue 🙂

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  49. Michel says:

    As I ponder about my reply, which has to do with liking and being passionate about so many different things in this life that I have never really found the ‘ONE” thing that will do it for me, this aha pops up: What brings me most joy is learning new things, and helping others (teaching) and making money. So what I need to do next is to put these three things together. Thanks Harv for this enlightening article and all that I learnt from you in the days of the the “Quantum Leap”.

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  50. Garry says:

    Here I am almost 60 and NOW you tell me!

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  51. Dominique Dawn Ray says:

    I have been a fan of Robert Kiyosaki for many years – and just discovered ‘you’, on the NAC 2013 SA site. I like what you have to say, and, personally, the Buddhist teachings resonate within me.
    I wish you an absolutely fantastic time visiting my country in July! It is beautiful here and we have amazing people in South Africa! (No matter what you may hear on the news…South African’s rock big time!)

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  52. Elfi Thompson says:

    Even though I am 65 years old and have done many interesting things in my life I am on the lookout again for my passion and what I can give back to the world from all the experiences I have had. It is a tough decision because there are so many valuable ideas inside of me and it makes me feel overwhelmed not knowing where to start. I have learned to be patient though but right now I am frustrated because I want to share my experiences but feel lost between the myriad of options.

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  53. I recently decided to explore this and used the lens of what jazzed me before I graduated college and went out into the real world. The answer was doing impressions and making people laugh. We have now written a comedic travel memoir that I am putting a trailer together of me doing fake testimonials for the book in various celebrity voices. The lattice of passions is weaving itself together. Marketing used to be a miserable existence. Now it’s a spontaneous passion.

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  54. I was brought up by my grandparents. My gardfather was a traditioanl healer in an farican viullage. He had a passion for helping peopl get well and live productive lives. He infected me with that passion from a very early age.All I wnated was to learn his trade and be like him. When he died at the age of 94 , I was sixteen years old and still needing more instruction in his ways. There was no one to teach me. For several years I toyed with the idea of becoming a teacher , then a farmer , then a pilot, then a game ranger but none of these felt right. When I was about to finish high school I was asked to decide on what I would do at University. I chose medicine. Once that decision was made I felt at peace within myself , there was no longer any internal disharmony. The tough years of study felt like a non event in the big scheme of things and today , almost thirty years later, I still jump out of bed every morning eager to help yet more people get well. My passion for healing seems to be increasing with time and shows no signs of diminishing.I feel blessed to be able to work in a job that I am so passionate about. Thanks again Harv for your insights.

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  55. shanthi samuel says:

    are you a vegetarian all buddists are i think whats your spiritual views

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  56. Harv,
    People go decades and even lifetimes never knowing the real person inside. Sometimes it is because they are conditioned or controlled by parents who want them to be a reflection of their lives. Thank you for the encouragement to allow people to figure out who they really are.

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  57. Kata says:

    Hi Everyone,

    it is very motivating article for me. I read almost all comments and feel better. I am a biginning writer, waiting for publishing my book. I believe in success of the book, cause it is my real passion…writing, but sometimes it is hard to stay calm and be patient, you just want sth to change right now. Writing and travels are my real passions, but still do not have money for these. I dream about leaving my country, stay in some peaceful place and write new novels. I try to work on myself every day, be better every day I feel I am blocked inside, cannot feel real joy and definitly need to find my real me.

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    1. I feel the same way you do. I had to live a hard life and a lot of things that would make me happy are missing. In the last couple of years I have learned some things about business and success, and I decided I am going to continue going in this direction. I am coming out with a clothing line called Ace One Clothing Company, I believe it will become a big brand name in the future. I am starting up a fundraiser, it is going to be on Indiegogo.com. You can look me up, my name is Shawn Fletcher.
      I just want to tell u that you should keep believing in yourself. You know you have the talent to be a writer so keep working on your craft. Set up a profile on Meetup.com, tell people you are a writer, you may be able to meet up with some like minded people. I prayed for you Kata, and I sent you this message because I relate to you. We both need joy in our lives, and love. We will get it, don’t lose track of your dream, have faith, and persevere. God bless you and I wish you the best 🙂 😉

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  58. My joy is painting. I love to paint and do so almost every day. I have improved my skills in the last couple of years and I feel I’m ready to market my artwork and promote it. No matter what, I feel I will be able to make enough and more than enough income from what I love and brings me bliss, because when I paint, I am so grateful and thankful to be alive.

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  59. Philip Te says:

    I am fortunate to Find the Right Me. I believe One must be committed and believe in what your are doing. I believe it takes time, energy and doing consistently to achieve your goals. It is truly a blessing to be able to be the Right Person, the Right Me and to be your true essence.

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  60. I appreciate getting this information from you, I know you really want to help people improve their lives. I attended the Millionaire Mind Seminar in Toronto, when I was there people said that they had went more than once, I didn’t understand why. But after the weekend was finished then I got it. The MMI was a great experience for me and I’m glad I went, and I would love to go again whenever it comes back to Toronto. I would like to meet you in person one day, I will thank you for being a part of my success 🙂

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  61. Quoc says:

    How to find s.t that s.o love??

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  62. Lindsay says:

    To find what you should be doing in life ask yourself this; “What would I do as a career if money were not a factor?” The answer to that question is the answer to what you should be doing with your life, because at the end of the day you’re working more than you’re doing anything else whether you like it or not.

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  63. Sondra says:

    Dear Harv, your message came at the perfect moment. When that part of me stays in a fear mode of ‘not enough’ while the rest of me knows I’ve begun once more to do the work of joy and passion, it was joy in your words that said YES. I am so grateful to know that sharing the wisdom of our cells (not phones) enlightens, enlivens and gives others (as well as me) the evidence we are spiritual beings, not just in our minds and beliefs. Our internal communities of trillions of invisible cells hold us as sacred, as beloved as Rumi would say. Life can be joy and kindness no matter what. yes or yes?

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  64. patrick says:

    I teach at a university and have done this now for over 30 years. However, I no longer feel enthused teaching what I do and feel like my true calling is in coaching clients to removing their limiting beliefs that stop them from being the person they really want to be and improve on their financial status. However, my obstacle is that I have not myself removed these obstacles and am not yet a good example for them to want to mentor and emulate. Still trying.

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  65. Laura says:

    Harv, You are absolutely AMAZING!!!
    You provide opportunities that change people’s lives. Thank You!
    Also I appreciated everyone’s feedback, experience & resources!
    Recently I had the opportunity to share my experience with someone that has ‘coped’ with a scarsity mentality, maybe all her life. It felt good that I could use a really, really tough experience- (invested thousands of dollars in a business partnership that failed-I walked away thousands in debt stripped of my pride. I took on transforming the limiting beliefs, actions, & feelings that were blocking me thru prayer, meditation & action) – to encourage someone to reach out to God thru meditation & prayer.
    Lately, I have been reviewing my life….I’ve been a hairstylist/salon owner for 30 plus years, & it seems the passion is gone. What give me the greatest amount of Joy was when someone would look in the mirror after their hair ‘transformation’ & light up! I got to inspire happiness, & confidence. Now it seems people ‘look’ for what’s wrong! & I feel stuck. I trust God will show me how to grow from this. Maybe I’m to learn how to deal with negativity; Maybe those clients are a reflection of an area of my life. Maybe this is a stepping stone. ( which resonates). I know clarity is on its way.. Meanwhile…I’m practicing Patience & Observation.
    My desire is Body-Mind-Spirit Alignment & guidance from my Higher Self/Heart. I’m learning to listen & do what my heart suggests.
    I’m clear my purpose is to grow, give & serve. My question to Infinate Intelligence is, in what capacity would you have me serve?
    xoxoxoxo
    Laura

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  66. José Sebastião Silva says:

    It sucks when I see someone over sixty still working for money. Life is not made by work alone as Lazarus’ sister Mary taught us two thousands years ago.

    when you retire it is time to do everything you didn’t do because there was no time left after work.

    As for me, to read all the books I couldn’t
    because my job. No return trips because I don’t work any more.

    While I was working I learned to plan my future as my employer used to plan for the company. I thank him very much. I got retired and two years after I left my job to be a retiree. No duties, no compromises. Less expenses and all the time to do as I please most.

    If you are old and don’t know what to do, I’m sorry, too late to learn to be free. Work enslave you. Learn how to do nothing.

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  67. Bethany Siegenthaler says:

    I love this, and it’s so true. I love teaching people, and I love helping people, and I love watching numbers grow – (sales numbers, income, volume, etc). I always loved sales, I was good at it. I also wanted to teach. Then I joined Beauti Control, just as a way to earn extra money while I worked in management at Home Depot. I ended up loving the chance to teach people how to change their lives, and the responsibility of my own personal development that comes with being a leader! Thanks for this one – it was affirmation that I needed to read. And I needed to read it at this very moment!

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  68. liz says:

    OMG. I’m 54 and lost. Well, not entirely but it feels that way. I know what I love doing but when I have done that type of work I have come in for so much criticism and finally I lost my job. I love engaging with people, creating high performance teams that are aligned, getting people to work collaboratively, and focusing individuals on solutions rather than problems and blame. All of this doesn’t mean that I fail to see detail or can’t complete work, quite the opposite. It’s just that how I do it is a different path from the typical project management style I encounter. This is when I feel my joy – when I am allowed to do this transformational work. The problem is everyone seems to want to cling to conflict, drama, and dysfunctional behaviours that translate to project failures. I am very tired of watching egos clash. There is a better way. I guess I’m at that point where what gives me joy is a challenge to others and my challenge is to open their minds to see that they will be more productive and happier if they can let go of egos and combativeness. Please wish me luck!

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  69. JALAL KHAN says:

    I enjoyed reading it.
    If I am passionate about something, I put my heart and soul into that. The job becomes a great success.
    If I am not passionate about anything , even the best in the world topic will not be interesting to me and it will emerge as not so very success.
    Your thoughts are excellent. I read them when I am alone sitting on a holiday, like Saturday. I digest them, register them in my mind and they remain with me for along long time.

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  70. Neema Lwise Kileo says:

    Hi Harv!

    Bravo for this article on finding the right “me”. Thank God I found the right me at a tender age of 7yrs when I knew for sure that I wanted to become a lawyer. After some years of studying and attending law school, I became a practicing lawyer in last year. Much as I officially started practicing last year, but I worked for International Organization and a prominent law firm for 5 years until I resigned in January this year. I had to resign after finding out a “jump out of bed” job is not what I worthy. Further that, I learned that I do not need to work hard but work wisely.

    Soon after resigning, I created multiple sources of income which can not only generate income but can also unleash my potentials within. I am also grateful for a number of books written by yourself, Robert & Kim Kiyosaki, Tony Robbin, Napoleon Hill etc. and videos by Les Brown, John Maxwell, Jim Rohn to mention the few, on personal development. It was only until reading books and listening to the videos that I discovered I can create multiple sources of income. To prove the point, I am currently doing part-time legal and mining consultancy, I have ventured in Network Marketing Business. I am also determined to venture in Real Estate Business and Entrepreneurship. Further, I believe I will write a book before turning 40 years.

    Having commenced the mentioned projects, I am very free, happy, focused, business oriented, to mention the few and I am no longer driven by an employer.

    I believe, it is a matter of time that my businesses will prosper and I will start earning more than what I am currently earning (USD. 30,000 pa.)

    This message goes to all of you who are afraid of a change. You either change after finding the right you or wait until you are forced to change.

    Regards,

    Neema

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  71. Jane says:

    Sorry I posted this on the wrong comments section. Hope you don’t mind if I repost it here.
    Harv, I really like your monthly messages. Thank you.
    Goals are great but I find if you have a purpose they are easier to achieve.
    We all have the tools needed to work out your purpose in life. One way to do it is:
    Write at the top of a page: What us my true purpose in life
    Write down whatever pops into your head.
    Repeat until the answer (not the process) makes you cry.
    This is your purpose.
    Your purpose is what makes you get out of bed in the morning and what gives you joy.
    Don’t dismiss anything because if it is “gardening” and it fills you with joy then that is it! Even if it is just to make that garden great it can be your purpose. Or you can turn this into a creative avenue making your garden the best in your suburb and then go in the gardening competitions to raise money for charity and maybe sell plants to the local nursery or on the street and writing a book about small gardens.
    For a more in depth explanation for absolutely free and without submitting email addresses or any strings attached google: How to discover your life purpose in 20 minutes.

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  72. hikmat udhan says:

    hi harv,
    it is very easy to say that find “the right you” it is a very difficult process.
    at birth, every human being is born with infinite genetic capabilities.every human being is an unique in characteristics and capabilities. you know, no human is similar in intracranial bone arrangement, palm prints. same is for genetics. every body is different. it is a very complex nature creation.
    but tell me, how many human beings could reach their inborn potential. it is a matter of scientific research. it is not still solved. could anybody reach to his peak potential? i think “no”
    is not a waste of natural genetic power bestowed on human being. is not an abuse of nature.
    nature has given immense capabilities. but nature has not given the mechanism to find it out. so my question is how to find out “the right in you”
    whatever you are saying is very superficial. the thing which gives you joy is you, can not be the answer. still there is a lot in you.
    hikmat udhan

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  73. Eddy says:

    Thanks Mr. Harv

    My True passion is sharing Great Skill and Knowledge that will make other people more Wealthy and More Successfull. This begin when i learn Trading Forex and Options Trading after that. I make a lot of money and i began sharing my successfull skill to alot of my friend for free. And they did became successfull too. From that moment. I have so much joy and passion sharing Great Idea and knowledge to much of people. But. I have one question harv. Should i make a living by teaching people in indonesia how to trading Forex and Options that i put a price in it??

    Waiting for reply.thx

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  74. Teresa says:

    I feel i can seiuce life!

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  75. Teresa says:

    I Feel ready to seducir life! I feel generose to share my love my money! Learnning how t. Gestionef my money. Trustting myself! Eventhough i have interference at home.which makes me feel small and vulnerable depending persone.it’ s scary thinking if i have money i might lrave my husdband!!!

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  76. Germaine says:

    Thank you for sharing your insightfulness… As for me, I am very passionate about my nonprofit industry… This industry is the extension of Christ ministry… It was created to serve as a humanitarian catalyst that mobilizes a societal greater good… My passion becomes diminished when nonprofit leadership use the covering of the nonprofit industry to benefit self and not for the betterment of all humanity… However, the work of the nonprofit industry fuels my passion… Thank you again!!!

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  77. Nene says:

    Absolutely right! Spot on! Thanks again T Harv Eker for this wonderful insight! Love it!

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  78. rita proulx says:

    I discovered taxation after 30 years in business. It does not feel difficult, it does not feel like work. I am rarely stressed out. What a difference.

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  79. Laurie Delk says:

    I found my company Send Out Cards 10 1/2 years ago. I knew in an instant it was *my calling*….I have always LOVED to send out birthdays, anniversaries, etc and cards to people just to make them SMILE. Now I get to do that, show people in business how to keep in touch w their customers and clients better, cheaper, faster and more economical, and I get paid to do it. I LOVE it when I get texts or emails that the card and/or gift I sent to someone, made their day.

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  80. Lyhor Mom says:

    I have a great potential in Public Speaking. I want to mainstream my knowledge to people to be heard. Also, I want to wake people consciousness that have gone to negativeness through my voice, but there seems to be a rare chance to be a professional speaker nor the related field. I live in a developing country which have a little light to bright my full vision and potential. In this situation, what are the possibilities to find the right you?

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  81. Ivan says:

    Deat Harv,

    Your article is very indpirational, but how to implement it if you live in Croatia where no business success is made without politics and corruption…

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  82. Stesha says:

    Dear_Harv!
    THANKS!!!
    Now_I_see_the_right_direction!I_will_find_”Right_ME”

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  83. Amanda says:

    I have not found myself yet, at least not my truest passion. I enjoy doing many things. Making music instrumentally and vocally. Helping others achieve their dreams, through self discovery or a change in perspective. I enjoy crafting. I am good at all of these things.

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  84. Ruth says:

    I believe I have found my right self in terms of my passion. my passion is to help other people become happy and to help them get in touch with their greater-self. I desire to help people win in their daily lives.

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  85. I Love this class.
    Thanks to T. Harv Eker.
    I’m from Nigeria.
    This class came up at the right time that I discover my self.
    I will like to share my discovery here. At present I’m studying law in one of the open University In Nigeria, moreover I’m planing to move to another university for the success of my course, meanwhile, I’m working at a law firm in other to have more experience on the legal studies.
    I can testify now that with all my desire in the course of studying law, I’m not really finding Joy in it, because I do say to my self that this is not my purpose on earth, but my Father have a strong desire for me to become a Barrister, even my Boss asked me some month past that aside from law, what else did I wish to do, and I replied her that I never have passion to practice law even when I’m finally call to bar.
    Some years back, I gave my self a new name, Optimist Ibk, and I create a logo for my self this year for my purpose on earth.
    From my childhood, I discover that I derive joy in talking to people every time, and when I grow up to join Gospel Ministry, I discover that I’m not only talking with people, but I’m also communicating with them by impacting something positive into their life. I resolved to discover that my purpose is to sit people down and impact into their life, and I came up with my saying that “My mission is to Impact to you, and your Job is to manifest it.” In my logo, I made the description that I’m impacting from down to the top of the world with my optimistic life and optimist thinking.
    Moreover, I have been giving opportunity to minister and talk in some places, and every audience do enjoy my preaching, my teaching, my seminar, and my talks, which they testify of it, even a young lady said to me that, “Optimist Ibk, I always enjoy you whenever you talk, your words do make me to do what I thought I can’t do. And my immediate brother always tell me, “my brother, do go on to find opportunity to expend your gift”.
    I wish to start an organisation to make my mission more fulfil, but I need to be under a strong leadership training to have more knowledge and understanding of my dream and desire, and I’m yet to find any because of my location.
    I’m still 21 years of age, and I wish to start fulfilling my calling and purpose now. The earlier I start the better it will be.
    T. Harv Eker, I will love to hear more from you on how to start my mission that I have been commission for on earth. I need guardian for you Sir.
    Thank you.

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  86. Chue says:

    Thank you T. Harv Eker.
    To find your passion and know what the right you are. It Hiding at the corn when u realize that the only piece of save your life. You go get it no matter who said its been missing or never saw there. You neither trust them or believe yourself once you saw there before but you rejected. I mean if you are a good at cooker then open a restaurant instead looking for become a lawyer or doctor.

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