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Calcaterra
(@maldagas)
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21 September 2020 1:57 pm  

quite related on what we talk in our last session (mainly the last quotes), and a little bit more

Finding your own space, and try to preserve your way of doing. "Success is about  falling in your own terms"

Hilariously rude, but masterful and clear speech of Guillermo del Toro (Oscar Winner 2017, Director)

I apologize for not finding it subtitled in english.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70GZnd9lIdw

 

hope you enjoy it.


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Calcaterra
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21 September 2020 2:03 pm  

...same essence but focusing and detailing on Creativeness

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb5oIIPO62g


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Arthur
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22 September 2020 6:57 pm  

I love Guillermo de Toro! It's been so long, though, I'd forgotten about his habit of adding "-ca" to the ends of the last word in almost every sentence! 🙃 Love the message though, so true, and translated very tactfully 😉 🤣 

As for John Cleese, what can I say. Dead pan all the way (like "poker face") and masterfully delivered. I do feel there are things he doesn't understand and so explains them in a very conventional way, but the fact that back in 1991, to a group of executives, he talked about meditation shows he was still ahead of his time (as he always was in humour).

For example, while the "open" and "closed" modes are a useful way of creating different ways of working depending on the task, the fact that most work is almost, if not entirely, done exclusively in closed mode is what has led to the disconnection, stress-related illness and demoralisation of the majority of the workforce.

One of my passions, which led me to create this site, of course, is helping people to live from what they most love to do. In other words, I created this site and the business so I can spend my life doing what I love - helping others to do what they love!

When you love what you do, it doesn't feel like work and while there are, of course, things about achieving your goals which you don't "love", the way to approach them is first to treat them as play, rather than obligation "I get to do this" (have the opportunity) and, as you build your new life and the income naturally builds with the value you provide through your passion, you can afford to pay someone who is better and more interested in those tasks.

At the heart of this, I feel Cleese's presentation is a great jumping off point, with some practical ideas, but I would invite you to explore elements of it - those relating to intuition. What I teach at the Masterhearting Club is how to create and strengthen a connection to what is an infinite source of intuition (which Cleese alludes to, in fact). This is done through the unique part which unites the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual parts of us.

I'll leave you with something I posted on Instagram & Facebook the other day which sums up part of the power of that connection nicely. It can also, of course, be used to find the answer to all manner of questions...

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