Why do we give up the actions that got us success? Good routines are so important to achieving our goals. When we lose our ability to stay in our disciplines, to be consistent with the good actions we have – day in and day out – we suffer. Robert and Devon have come off their disciplines from time to time and they discuss how to get back to the center.
Motive For Life offers a whole new way of being, one that is defined by your intentions. You can live in a world of intentional life experiences. Through the Power of Worthiness and dedicated routines of language conditioning, you can change your experience from a life of random and unpredictable events to intentional success.
In this recording, The Gift is read slowly and is set to wonderful music. Repeat each phrase and internalize them, and make them your new foundation of worthiness. Listen in the car, while working out, on a walk, or as a meditation. All is good!
Robert and Devon dive into the world of archetypal astrology with their good friend Josh Hedaya. Unpacking and learning about how the position of the planets affects human psychology and the unfolding of events. Wonderful and enlightening, Josh discusses oneness, ancient cultures, and patterns in human behaviors.
How you show up in one thing is how you show up in all things. Taking the cart back is a key principle in Robert and Devon’s lives (especially at Costco). They deconstruct the value of a principle and how it manifests in life. Cutting corners is the first step in lowing self-worth. The seeds you plant today will be the harvest your reap tomorrow. How we plant is key.
The overuse and under-appreciated power of “I’m Sorry” permeates our culture and has lost its value to heal relationships. Robert and Devon share how they eliminated the unnecessary use of “I’m Sorry” and elevated their self-worth by truly changing when change is needed.
“Do not apologize for who you are. Stand tall.”
Robert shares his massive spiritual experience in this interview with Devon Wayt. This is uncut and unscripted – Robert does not know the questions and answers them without regard to a social or religious context. It is raw and as it happened.
Don’t listen to this podcast unless you’re prepared to change your life.
Seriously. You cannot ignore the message once it is heard.
Once the truth is heard, you cannot go back to who you were. Higher self-worth is the foundation of confidence, and confidence is the route to success – in any aspect of your life. Every advancement came because someone felt worthy of it – that a change needed to happen to make life better!
You are mandated to lift your worthiness. Your family and community needs you to lift your worthiness. When one person lifts their worthiness, the collective is lifted. And when the collective is lifted, the whole human race is lifted.
Your purpose – from today forward – is to lift the collective worthiness of everyone you meet.
Imagine it…what would life be like if everyone you meet wanted to lift your worthiness? How amazing would life be if your friends and family only wanted to see your happiness? Wow!
So, your mission is to lift worthiness. Go!
The drive to be successful can lead to low energy and a lack of motivation. Tapping your source of power is critical to getting back on track and moving to the next level of your life. Devon and Robert unpack their path to source and how to access their power.
Why reset your day? Because everyone has a bad day from time to time and we need to learn how to stop and reset our thinking. It is the ultimate in self-worth! Robert and Devon jump into tricks and tips they use to reset their day.
Techniques to reset your day
- Cold shower
- Breath works
- Take a walk
- Eat lunch (Daniel Pink’s book “When”)
- Dinner with friends
- Relaxing vacation or day retreat
Inspiration is the drawing upon imagination. Imagination is uniquely human and is the source of creativity. To be inspired is to be imaginative plus expression. The two go together – imagination without inspiration is daydreaming. Inspired individuals are in action – therefore, inspiration is also motivation.
Who would need inspiration?
- An artist before working and being creative
- Authors and Writers draw from inspiration to create the images through words
- Chefs create eating experiences and look to bring out their love of food
- Leaders of teams look internal to themselves to lift the self-worth of the team. They must draw on inspiration from within to carry the vision forward.
Physically what can we do to get inspired?
- Take a cool tepid shower – sets the body into a receptive and open state.
- Exercise briefly – motion and body change will change the chemistry.
- Breathing Exercises
Socially what can someone do to get inspired?
- Travel to new places
- Talk to friends and mentors – important not to have friends that bring you down
- Be around children
- Go to spiritual or religious gatherings
- Read new books that raise your self worth
- Listen to podcasts that lift you up
- Surround yourself with pictures of those who inspire you – personal counsel
- Go to personal development events